Birdy Diamond here, your Roving Robin Reporter. I have been tasked by the lovely Sarah to flutter around the web and bring back news of some of the neat & nifty things we birds (& the occasional bloke) are doing, so we don’t miss anything. (Or at least a lot less than we otherwise might.)
- Derek Halpern talks about three website sections you need to have to attract subscribers. (via @chrisbrogan)
- Andy Fogarty has a new site, “Destination Thrive” filled with awesome interviews and great info on how to make your life sing.
- Finally, Gretchen Rubin asks “The Power of Re-Framing, or,Would a Ranunculus By Another Name Be As Beautiful?” (via @StaceyCurnow)
Take a Break
- Ruth Churchman of ‘Creating Ruth’ shares a lovely day and some tadpoles.
(sometimes doing for others helps us do for ourselves)
- Support Heifer International’s mission to help WiLD (Women in Livestock Development) women by donating to their cause.
- “2:46: Aftershocks: Stories from the Japan Earthquake” is an E-book created after the Japan earthquake/tsunami, from eyewitness accounts. Net profits go to the American Red Cross to help those affected. (via @Havi Brooks of ‘The Fluent Self’)
- A spayed momma-dog decides to take care of puppies not her own, and becomes a momma-dog in truth. (via @TheDailyTail)
- For those days when the world seems against you, take heart in these Famous Rejection Letters.
Take Care of You
- Jenny B. Bones shares a neat trick to help you take care of yourself when you feel you should keep putting others first.
- Alison Gresik shares her ideal three wishes in “Three Wishes? I’ll Take a Cook, a Maid, and a Butler“
There’s more out there of course.
There’s always more.
But for now, I must away, to search out new goodies & delights for next time.
If you have anything you’d like me to include in upcoming editions, please let me know in the comments section or on Twitter @EncouragingBird.
If you have questions or comments on things you’ve seen here or that you’d like to see in upcoming editions, let me know those too. Again, comments or @EncouragingBird are good methods of contact.
Until next time!
Chirp, chirp! :>