I admit I have over subscribed to many different websites. My RSS reader has consistently shown 1000+ all week in spite of the reading I have done. When you delve into something new, there is always a learning curve. I am learning many things from each of the sites and am not ready to begin culling just yet. I will continue to share a selection of the things I think you might also find interesting. The list will probably remain fairly long until I catch up to the curve a little bit.
Look and Enjoy!
- Trent at The Simple Dollar is challenging himself. He is giving up his “gazingus pin” for one year and asks if you will try to give up yours. (See the article – “A gazingus pin is any item that you just can’t pass by without buying.)
- The Indie Fixx Craft Off – This is not a challenge, but a crafting contest to celebrate the anniversary of Indie Fixx.
- Work yourself up to 100 pushups a day.
- A very moving and motivational story from Put Things Off.
- 30 tools that everyone should own from Marc and Angel Hack Life.
- GTD perspective in a guest post from Philip Brewer of Wisebread.com on Get Rich Slowly.
- 25 Tips for getting in shape by Anand Dhillon on Lyved.
- Signs of a cluttered fabric stash for you sewing enthusiasts from True Up.
- George Orwell’s diary published day by day 70 years after they were originally written.
- A Cleaning Chart set up by needed frequency by Real Simple Magazine. And make sure to check out My Ordinary Cleaning Routine.
- 10 Ways to find time by Stepcase Lifehack.
- Series on organizing your entryway from De-Clutter It.
- Every Mom must read this article! I thought I was the only one with these attributes! from Blissfully Domestic
- A great way to disguise large tote bins for toys and clutter from Mrs. Fussypants.
- 40 sites to find free online books from Education Portal.
- 20 site to find free e-books from Hongkiat.
- Book price comparisons, textbooks, and more take a peek at Campusi.
- Several ways to get kids moving from Declutter It.
- A great website to help little guys on their path to reading from Instructify.
- Help the older kids learn about simplicity from On Simplicity.
- Some simple cookie snacks that look like hamburgers from Just Jenn Recipes.
- For and interactive atristic experience from The National Gallery of Art.
For Kids with Causes:
No descriptions, just take a minute to read their stories.
I came across each of these websites and stories either from subscriptions or from others on Plurk! I am passing them on to you as I found them – in good faith. I can not guarantee the validity or accuracy in any manner. I enjoyed reading them and I hope you will, too.
Let me know if you did enjoy them in the comments. If there is an article you would like for me to consider sharing next week, send me an e-mail using laurelplum [at] laurelplumonline [dot] com (the spelling out is to avoid bot spam) or send me a plurk!