Editor’s Notebook 32
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!
OMG, the registration for Startup In 60 opens in a week—wheeee! I swear I’m going to stop teasing you soon.
In the meantime, here are some stills of the videos I’ve been recording for the program. They’re super informative, a little silly, and guaranteed to take you from idea to functioning online business in just 60 days. Woop woop!
What I’m Loving This Week
Why I Don’t Read Reviews of My Books or Profiles of Myself. Oh Gretchen, you’re incredibly wise. When you put yourself out there in an authentic way, there will always be haters and critics. Believe me, I know. Here’s to putting on blinders and moving forward anyway.
7 Ways to Feel More Passionate About Your Job (No Matter How Long You’ve Been There). For when the honeymoon’s over.
5 Oppressive (And Downright Rude) Assumptions About People Without Family. Preach it, girl! Chris and I are both estranged from our abusive families, and some people can’t understand how I can be happy without a family.
The 24-Hour Guide to Doing Good. I’m totally going to try this schedule.
How to Be More Productive While Working From Home. You can do it! Here are my tips too.
7 Signs You Need To Work Less & Play More. I have a feeling you need to read this. Just sayin’.
15 Must-Ask Interview Questions. A few of my clients are applying for new jobs, and you must remember that you’re interviewing them too.
This Cute Cat Is A Nurse At A Polish Animal Shelter (Yes, Seriously). So cute! Cuddling animals always makes me feel better too.
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I appreciate that you are open about your family. You know what is right for you. While I do desire children, at the end of the day that is out of my control. I desire contentment wherever I am at even if perhaps we are not supposed to be parents. While we haven’t walked down that road yet, I want to embrace the blessing that is simply in my husband. 🙂