- Destination Documented — Kelly Purkey’s new site. I LOVE THIS IDEA and so jealous of her for it!
- How the password you select can help you achieve your goals
- Arting Hard (language warning)
I am basically behind on everything, but this week I went to a concert with my husband, finalized the book cover for my first novel, and delivered the the 4th manuscript for as many editing clients in as many weeks. Feels GOOD.
- Einstein on the ideas of truth, goodness and beauty
- Photos of people reading books on the subway (what a fun project)
- How to produce more innovative content (Pixar style)
- Shonda Rhimes’ real talk for grads: Dreams are for losers
- A new literary fiction podcast I’m excited to listen to
- And, just for fun, this week’s #Thursday3
- “What’s It Like” App Suggests Trips Based on Time of Year — Designed by a digital nomad, this new app could help you choose your next adventure. I LOVE this idea (although I am totally open to traveling during the ‘off’ seasons)
- How to write a good bio – short and sweet.
- Writing your way to happiness – LOVE this. Especially in light of the January RESET project.
- Pocket Your Year scrapbooking class is AWESOME (I’m trying to stay caught up on my PL this year. FOR REAL. No, really)
- Lizzie Bennet Diaries, anyone? Thinking about diving in. I’m also tempted to start The March Family letters!
- 3 strategies for targeting key influencers (video from social media expert Tara Jacobsen)
- I can strongly recommend Austin Kleon’s Tumblr blog
- We Never Met Instagram acct
- I got a kindle about 6 weeks ago and I already have about 100 books on it. Must quit all my jobs to just read! Making friends with indie authors, BookBub and low levels of willpower
- #30Lists is on its way!
- The best podcast episodes of 2014 (excluding Serial) — I had literally only heard about 1 of these podcasts. I don’t have room in my life for more, but you *know* I’m gonna subscribe anyway.
- Defending Gilbert Blythe — although I don’t actually think he needs defense. Gilbert was my first fictional boyfriend and I just adore him. I think he was so well-written.
- 10 success stories of people who refused to quit pursuing their dreams
- If your life is a movie and you’re the director, why did you add this scene to it?
P.S. I’ve had a DVD (yes, actual disc) from Netflix since November 18 and still not watched it. Pretty sure that’s my plan this weekend!
P.P.S. A little blog post about my new part-time job
- 5 days to your best year ever video series
- The paradigm shift that helped me defeat perfectionism once and for all
- 19 ways to restore your energy
- The best nonfiction of 2014 (all of these being added to my to-read list)
- 5 ideas to create an amazing 2015
- You are not late (I may have already shared this, but *such* a great reminder)
- Your work is not nothing
- 5 creativity myths you probably believe
- the 10 best documentaries on Netflix
- 100 questions to spark conversation and connection
- the fear of freedom
- Dreaming vs. Doing
- The magic of dreaming big
(I still love this weekly post. This is number #232 in the series!)