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Blog Roundup (1-4-13)

I always love sharing my favorite blogs with people, so each week I’ll be giving you guys a roundup of the posts I’ve really enjoyed reading.

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~Heart,

Em

  • It’s a big goal, but if you’re feeling ambitious, can you imagine how great this would feel? Join The Debt Movement in their resolution to pay down $10,000 of debt over the next 90 days!
  • If one your resolutions is to get in shape this year, check out Zen Habits’ creative New Rules of Fitness for 2013 based on cues from the online world.
  • Cool free stuff: There’s no new giveaway this week, but I think the Christmas one is still running over at Take Our Stuff: enter here for your chance to win a prize that was truly made with love.

Are there any great posts you came across recently? Share them with us in the comments!

Comments

  1. I keep mulling over this article on making fewer, not more, New Year’s Resolutions which is, more broadly, about dealing with constraints on time and/or money. http://slate.me/TYbAM6 I often feel like I’m drinking from a fire hose with my long To Do Lists at work and home, so this really spoke to me.

    • Em (The Blonde) says:

      I agree with that article. We are such an over-scheduled, overwhelmed society. We feel like we need to be super-booked all the time or else we’re not being productive enough. But how productive are we really being if our attention is pulled in a million directions and we never really have the time to EXPERIENCE the days that we’re living?

      I’m much more in support of the idea of having 2-3 important to do’s each day and being OK with it if everything else falls by the wayside. We are human beings, not human DOINGS! :)

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