I’m a sucker for a good freebie. But the thing is there are a lot of things out there that say they are free, but then you try to sign up and it turns out you are only getting a free trial. I’ve compiled a list of my favorite free resources. One note: you may need to include your email address.
I love a quick hand embroidery project and Wild Olive has some of the most creative ones out there. She offers a monthly free pattern in both cross stitch and hand embroidery perfect for quick projects.
Wooly Simply has your beginner knitting patterns covered. Everything from scarves to hats.
Canva is my go-to for creating images for my website and social media.
Luna Pic this site is great for cropping images into circles, ovals, and other shapes
When it comes to finding stock photos that aren’t copyrighted it’s best to go to websites that are set up for just these things. Here’s a list of my favorites:
Looking to make a video out of a blog post? Check out Lumen5
Boomerang allows you to schedule emails to send directly from Gmail. This is a great feature for you night owls who don’t want the time stamp to indicate your working hours.
Christianaudio.com offers a free Audiobook every month. Some of the recent downloads have included Love Lives Here by Maria Goff and Simply Tuesday by Emily P. Freeman.
Check out your library to see if you can access Audiobooks through the Libby App or Hoopla as well.
Amazon isn’t the only place for free eBooks. Christianbook.com, BookBub, Free-eBooks.net are all great resources. Check with your library for access to lending through Overdrive, the Libby App and Hoopla for eBooks as well.
Need to convert a recipe? Checking your BMI? The Handy Everyday Calculators link has everything you can think of and more. Financial calculators, Unit Conversions, and Cooking Conversions all in one link and all for free.
Bible Study Resources
There are a lot of ways to find theological opinions online, but that doesn’t mean they are all equal. A few I consistently rely on include: