Sharing links on a blog seems to be a dead art. Most folks just Tweet them and it gets lost in an ever moving feed. So I thought I’d start sharing some of the powerful things I’ve read each week and maybably make it a regular feature here.
1. Free Your Stuff – This is a new, very active Tumblr with folks sharing tips and inspiration for clearing out the clutter in your life. At the time of this writing, there were already 12 pages of short posts after a week’s time.
2. Yogipreneur – A new find for me, as I explore my passion for Yoga lately. I also see that she has an email list with a free video on Inspired Action. And since she’s a fellow parent of multiples, it’s all good to me.
3. Podcast on Flow – My bud Sam Spurlin was interviewed on Robert Wall’s excellent Minimalist blog. I was briefly in a mastermind with both these guys and they are doing great things.
4. 3-Week Green Juicing Clinic – I’ve been using my Juicer and Vitamix a lot lately and since I follow Farnoosh anyway, this caught my eye. This is not an affiliate link. I do have her eBook on Juicing and it is very good. (not an affiliate link).
5. Stop Comparing Your Life, Start Living It – Joshua is one of the few Minimalist Bloggers I still follow, predominantly because he has a family and lives in the suburbs like me. I get painfully fatigued with the selfish location independent bloggers out there, after awhile. Joshua is always refreshing.
6. The #1 Reason You’ll Never Quit Your Job – This is a guest post and if you follow the links in the final paragraph, you can get a free Manifesto eBook which is quite good. I like to hear stories of individuals with families who make the leap to go into business for themselves. It hardly impresses me when a single person fresh out of college does it, because it’s a million times easier.
7. Simple Kids – Too Much Choice – As I was about to hit publish, I found this gem. One of my biggest challenges on the road to Minimalism is the massive amount of toys and things for our two year old triplets. This is a site that I will be digging through the archives during the next few weeks.
Book I’m Reading
This book by Swami Satyananda Saraswati is an excellent source book for Yoga enthusiasts. It’s divided into three parts, discussing the Philosophy of Yoga, Yoga in Everyday Life and the Mechanics of Meditation. If there’s one preeminent book to start with regarding Yoga, it is this one.