Becky Spurbeck
Becky Spurbeck
Becky Spurbeck

Becky Spurbeck

Wife. Mom. Writer. CrossFitter. Mountain biker. Weightlifter. Adventure seeker. Passionate. What's the next big thing?

10 wardrobe staples for spring, styled 10 different ways. These timeless neutrals, watercolor prints and micro stripes are the perfect mix-and-match pieces. We’re taking notes for that weekend getaway where wardrobe versatility and packing light is a must | Banana Republic

Need to add a skirt like this to my wardrobe

Loving the coral blazer over the stripes

6 tools to power your blog’s content | Articles | Writing & Editing

Welcome to the Jungle: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Bipolar but Were Too Freaked Out to Ask: Hilary T. Smith: 9781573244725: Amazon.com: Books

My typeforms | Typeform (Not sure where I'll use this, but it's beautiful.)

Brave Enough: Cheryl Strayed: 9781101946909: Amazon.com: Books

Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear by Elizabeth Gilbert

Brain Maker: The Power of Gut Microbes to Heal and Protect Your Brain–for Life: David Perlmutter, Kristin Loberg: 9780316380102: Amazon.com: Books

Eat the Yolks: Liz Wolfe, Diane Sanfilippo BS NC: 0884757575383: Amazon.com: Books

5 email marketing best practices to double your response rates and profits

Don’t let the name fool you: cold prospecting emails shouldn’t feel cold. There’s a ton you can do to make your first interaction with a stranger a warm one — starting with these five tips from Josh Krafchin of Clever Zebo. Check out our latest blog post, Make Your Cold Prospecting Emails Feel a Little Less Cold by Josh Krafchin, and let us know what you think. #EmailMarketing

A good error message should: Let you know what the problem is. Make you feel like there is something that you can do about it. Speak like a human, and be a consistent extension of the personality of the rest of the application.

Relevant for the user. Honest (you can make jokes but is has to be obvious). Not embarrassing for the user. Therefore blaming the systems not the user. Telling her what to do next (or making it obvious) Self explanatory on how to do so

MailChimp's 404 page

When you've lost your joy in the midst of marriage and motherhood {includes link to free ebooks by John Piper}