Editor’s Notebook 19
The Editor’s Notebook is my place to share the things I’m loving this week and other random links that have caught my eye. Enjoy!
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What I’m Loving This Week
Going to Make a New Year’s Resolution? Consider These 5 Tips. Great advice from the always helpful Gretchen Rubin.
10 Things To Do the First 10 Minutes of Your Day. Try these tomorrow and see if you notice a difference.
5 Ways That Animal Rights Are a Feminist Issue. I’ve always thought so.
Easy Savings Tips: How To Save $1000. For those of you who made a new year’s resolution to save more in 2015.
This Trick Will Help You Stop Procrastinating at Work. Try a mental dress rehearsal. You can do it!
Startup or Corporate: Which is Better for Your Career? I’d love to hear your opinion about this one in the comments below.
What Type Of Content Creator Are You? A Visual Guide To Your Copywriting Identity. I’m probably “the teacher.”
5 Financially Healthy Habits of the Self-Employed. A must read if you have a business or are starting one this year.
Make It Work: 5 Career Resolutions For 2015. Good stuff for you ambitious Life Editors. Remember: no dumping!
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I always love these posts! You find some great reads! I too was hit by that video! Personally struggling with some of our commitments right now and wanting to leave room to be wide open. It is a tricky balance!
The FOMO video definitely made me think. I’m pretty sure I’m guilty of FOMO behavior as well. Or more precisely, I think I don’t choose because I”m afraid I will fail at what I chose. I guess that’s kind of the same thing? Making a choice is definitely hard!
You’re absolutely right. I also find myself delaying on making a decision because I’m scared I’ll fail. But the real failure is in not trying at all.
Whoa, that video about FOMO was mind-blowing! And so true… Not choosing leaves the possibilities open and yes, I think I do that sometimes. Okay, maybe more than I thought.
Yes, we all have FOMO sometimes–me too! I’m working on making decisions and being happy with my choices. It’s the only way I’ll make progress.