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I’m Tammy Strobel. Welcome to my digital home!

I’m an author, photographer, traveler, and cat lover.

Hope you have a nice stay!

Happy Links: From Art to Audience


{Every week, I publish a series of inspiring links. Enjoy!}. 

Since January, I’ve been working on an e-course called “Write to Flourish: A Beginner’s Guide to Journaling.”  I’ve been thinking about the course concept for the past year, and it is rewarding to see the class come to life. I’m excited to share this e-course with you, and I can’t wait to open registration in mid-March. If you’re interested in my new offering, read the course description here.

Now onto this week’s happy links … 

Ann-Mari’s art journals are gorgeous!

My friend Courtney is offering a sweet new program! Here’s a summary of Courtney’s offering: "If you are interested in living a simpler, more joyful life, but struggle to take action, have questions about your personal situation, or want more intensive inspiration, information, and conversation, meet Be More with Less: the live sessions."

View Finders is a fantastic collaborative photography.

"Tiny House Teacher" is a fun site.

So good: “A progressive Portland developer’s plan for an affordable infill policy" and "10 simple travel tips."

If you are struggling with clutter, read: “Marie Kondo and the Cult of Tidying Up.”

I listened to Krista Tippett’s interview with Mary Oliver twice! It was inspiring and thought provoking.

An important post by Meghan: “Thoughts on Body Image.”

YES to this: “Your audience is not made up of numbers or stats or metrics. Your audience is a group of individuals who share a common idea, value, motivation, or pain. Each one is more unique than they are similar. It’s easy to overlook the humanity when staring at numbers on a screen, but there are people on the other end of each of those numbers, each one with their own life, struggles, and satisfactions."

What books and blog posts did you read this week? Please share your recommendations in the comments section.

Be well,


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