Editor’s Notebook 5

The Editor’s Notebook posts are my place to share the things I’m loving this week and other random links that have caught my eye. Enjoy!

What I’m Loving This Week

Build a Successful Creative Blog. I’m in the middle of a 3-day workshop hosted by the talented April Bowles-Olin, and I’m learning so many fantastic techniques for taking my blog to the next level. Best of all, the workshop is FREE! Click here to access the sessions for today and tomorrow.

10 Things to Give Up in Exchange for Happiness. So good. The toughest one for me has been giving up control.

The Lost Practice of Resting One Day Each Week. This one’s for all you corporate employees who take work home and you solo entrepreneurs with no work-life boundaries.

21 Practical Lifestyle Experiments You Can Conduct For A Better Life. Because your life is an experiment. Also, I take pride in offending people every so often.

The Myth of Passion and Motivation: How to Stay Focused When You Get Bored Working Toward Your Goals. Love this part: “Fall in love with the process of what you do and let the results take care of themselves.”

DuckTales: Saturday Morning Slow Jams. My life may not be like a hurricane, but it sure is fun. And I’m having even more fun jammin’ to this funky cartoon theme song.

10 Signs You’re an Early Bird. Yep—totally me.

How to Fit Exercise into Your Routine—No Matter How Busy You Are. No excuses, people! A good reminder that even a little bit is better than nothing.

7 Things Happy People Do Eagerly All The Time. My fave? Celebrate whenever you can.

10 Ways to Do What You Don’t Want to Do. Because sometimes the procrastination just won’t let up.

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  1. Marie-France on May 5, 2014 at 4:36 pm

    Love these posts Sage! You always share great (and fun) links that keep me learning and expanding my web-horizons. There is so much info out there in the cyber-world that it’s nice to have specific sites and articles to check out.

  2. Sarah @ Long Island Nerd on May 2, 2014 at 5:20 am

    Another great set of links!! Haha yeah, Duck Tales!!! Looking forward to spending some time checking these links out today 🙂 Thanks again for your hard work!

    • Sage Grayson on May 2, 2014 at 5:49 am

      I’m so glad you like these link posts, Sarah! And you understand the cultural value of cartoon ducks. 🙂