This week was a doozy. I felt like I was moving a mile a minute and each day felt like I’d never get closer to the weekend.
I’ve been a weird place with blogging, mainly because I want to blog more without disturbing the balance that blogging less frequently brings. Especially while my life is still in transition –between preparing to move to a new apartment and getting ready to start a full time job in a few months. Taking on too much is easy when you aren’t sure what the next few months of life will look like.
Uncertainty is something else. How do you deal with the unknown? I’d love to know!
1. I recently (ahem, finally) finished & published the Ember & March Manifesto. I don’t know why it took me so long to get the words out into a page, but it’s there and I’m super pleased with it. Read it, let me know what you think and share your own manifesto with me.
2. Habits, man. They can be hard to break. I’ve been trying to get back on a regular sleep schedule, which means ending my Netflix binges a few hours earlier than my norm.
3. Blogger throwback –does anyone remember CuteNews?! It was one of the bigger content management systems before all the bloggers flocked to WordPress & Blogger. #nerdmoment
4. My heart is so heavy about the recent events that took place this past week in Charleston, SC. My thoughts and prayers are will the impacted families and communities.
Links I Loved…
+ How to increase your efficiency.
+ I laughed a lot at this one, but there are some good facts and thoughts to be considered — why procrastinators procrastinate.
+ Getting a job through social media? These folks did!
+ These 10 ways to go from blog to business are great.
+ Great advice on creating an editorial calendar for your email list.
+ Are you slowing down for the summer? My favorite line: Being selective to be effective.
+ Hillary’s evolving logo. Because, Hillary.
+ Einsteins’ demands to his wife before their divorce.
+ Maybe you aren’t traditional in your desires either.
+ Solid advice from Jackie on preparing for the future.
What’s on your reading list from the week?