There is so much content available on the internet. It is a blessing and a curse; I have been moved and enlightened, and I have also wasted too many minutes of my life on meaningless drivel.
But there’s some great stuff out there. Today, on a gorgeous October morning, I decided to share the love, y’all. I’m giving up my secret sauce recipe.
Avoiding the meaningless drivel, I’m going to give you some Tuesday Tips on where to find the good stuff. At least what’s on my radar. Following are three sites on my daily reading list.
Fueled By Diet Coke – this is Lindsay Durrenburger’s blog. She’s passionate about body image, about girls growing up healthy and strong, about her marriage – actually, Lindsay’s passionate about everything. Her take on life in this season is always encouraging and edifying – and often surprising. She’s on my daily list. She makes me think. She makes me laugh, too.
Woulda, Coulda, Shoulda – Mir writes about writing, about life and about motherhood – specifically, the challenges of parenting a daughter in the throes of adolescence and a son seeing life through Asperger eyes. And her husband, Otto. And her dog, Licorice. She is an incredibly funny writer. I never miss a post.
PostSecret – You probably know about this movement. Once a week, the Post Secret blog is full of secrets scrawled on postcards, sent in from around the world. It is sometimes raw and unfiltered – i.e. not appropriate for work. It is always compelling. The world is full of people carrying heavy burdens, distracted and distraught by hidden pain. Secrets bind anxiety, and these posts offer a release of a good deal of stress – and insight into the world in which we live. In my line of work, it helps to remember.
That’s it. Have a blast!