Top Twos-day: the power of words and a blog…

Each Tuesday I’ll bring two items or people into focus. They may be books, authors, lists, whatever turned my head, landing on my radar. Stay tuned as each TOP TWOS-DAY unfolds


The Race Card Project is Michelle Norris’ conversation starter based on six words. The project developed as Norris was on tour for her book, The Grace of Silence. Out of a desire to hear feedback from others, Norris contemplated the best way for people to focus wholly on their stories, creating compact and impactful insight into others’ lives and relating it all in a unique, powerful method. Her blog, The Grace of Silence: The Power of Words, offers a platform to continue the discussion. See Your Stories to contribute your six words or to read what others are saying.


Blogger Anna Newell Jones used to be in thousands of dollars of debt. And Then She Saved chronicles her journey out of the money pit and into the free life – debt-free that is. In just under sixteen months, Jones mastered her debt monster, starving it to death. Now she teaches others how she did it for free. Sample some of her methods: The Best Way to Pay-off Debt, DIY Gift Guide, plus many other helpful hints. Jones has a day job and a business with her husband, Newell Jones + Jones Photography. You can sign up for her daily feed or her newsletter…perhaps all this will lead to a sweet book deal; she’s already had lots of props for her blog.

More Top Twos-day posts…



  1. Thanks, Roxie, as always you have found two gems. But first I want to give words to my admiration for your work and blog. Always thinking of others. You are an amazing woman and I treasure our contact!

    I have just entered my six words on the Race Card Project, after reading most of the contributions of the other participants. And now heading over to check out Anna Newell Jones’ site. So far it is very interesting.

    Have a joyous Tuesday.

    1. I’m so glad you and I can stay in touch! Wonderful words on her site, thanks for always supporting me, you’re the amazing inspiration! 😉

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