Link Love: Posts to Start your Year

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I’m rounding up some posts that I think are really good and important reads. These don’t just qualify as interesting or pop culture. I honestly think that these will really change your views on a few things- in a very, very good way!

  • This post is a longer one, and not really a post, more of a PDF file, but it’s called the Low Information Diet and it talks about how we are information overloading 24/7. It’s by Tim Ferriss and it’s brilliant.

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  • This post by Born to Sweat is titled Your Job Doesn’t Have to Be Your Passion, and That’s OK. It’s something I think my generation needs to hear having been raised on the idea that we have to do what we are passionate about and if we don’t we are failing. Sometimes work is work, and that’s alright.

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Five Blogs You Need to be Following:

I’ve been playing with the idea of doing a blog roundup for a while, mainly because some of my favorite blogs are ones I’ve found listed on other’s roundups. The only reason I’ve hesitated is because there are just so many good blogs out there and narrowing down my bookmarks folder to a just a handful seemed like a real task. But after going through them and pulling out my long list of favorites, I started narrowing it down by what would be more relevant to readers of this blog. These are the top five from that process. Check them out and make sure you have plenty of time to read them when you do!

Wit & Delight:

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  • Feed Shelter Animals with Just a Click! Both here and here. It’s 100% Free.
  • This lifestyle¬†blog.
  • This stupid easy feather wall art DIY. It can say hello future apartment.
  • These musicians: Matt Wertz and Autumn Hill.
  • This photo journalist/pro traveler’s photos.
  • This musical score which for some crazy reason wasn’t on the Mulan soundtrack.
  • This TedTalk about stress and how to overcome it or “make it your friend”.
  • Less inspiring but helpful social media addict tool: A mass tag replacer for tumblr.
  • Anna Down South’s Facebook Page! Like and keep up!