Lovely Links

by Stephen Mills on June 25, 2009

I learn so much from my fellow bloggers and I don’t share the love enough.  Here are a few of my recent favorites.  Please check them out.

Check out Tim’s excellent article

“Make no mistake, these are the good old days of your future. So make the most of them the only time you can, and that’s now.”

These Are The Good Old Days

Glen nailed it with this one

“Instead, I want to end with a question that reiterates the title of this article: how much of life are you actually living?

If you’re like most people, the answer can probably be given with two words:- Not enough.”

How Much Of Life Are You Actually Living?

Take Alex’s great advice except when it comes to reading my blog

:-)   I just started reading Unleash Reality and I think it’s going to be big.

“It’s all there – everything you’re looking for – it’s within you, right now. Stop looking for peace and freedom everywhere that it isn’t.”

Sound-Bite Sized Self-Help

Sean over at Writer Dad is a very talented writer

If you aren’t reading his blog you are missing something:

“If there was an adventurer who agreed to enlist
in search of the awesomest father to ever exist,
He’d have to hunt every record throughout every land,
from the countries with mountains to those filled with sand.
When he was all finished, he’d return empty handed,
though I would not be surprised because that’s just how I planned it.
I already knew my father was the best.
I was only putting the world to the test”

My Dad – A Father’s Day Poem

Vin is on a campaign to educate people about natural food

Give his ideas a chance.  As a reformed processed junk food sugaraholic I assure you he gets it right all the time.  I’m not singling out any specific article because they are all so good.

Natural Bias – Maximizing life through health, fitness, and perspective

Daphne summarizes personal strengths

“My own answers to those questions tended to be vague, until I came across this excellent framework for identifying personal strengths.”

Your 24 Possible Personal Strengths

Jonathan ponders the dimensions of knowledge

Jonathan creates a method for prioritizing knowledge acquisition.`

“The biggest limitation to learning does not stem from our ability to take in knowledge. It stems from having only a limited amount of time available for learning.”

The 5 Dimensions of Knowledge

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Deb Owen June 25, 2009 at 6:52 am

Can we play along?
I’d also suggest a recent one by Dave Navarro at Rock Your Day on the standards you set for yourself:
http://www.rockyourday.com/standards/

That’s a great list you’ve got there!
All the best!
deb
.-= Deb Owen´s last blog ..blamers & complainers & the offended, oh my! (do you have a victim mentality?) =-.

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Glen June 25, 2009 at 7:16 am

Thanks for the link Stephen, appreciated!

Awesome to see Alex getting mentioned more and more as well. You’ll see him in some videos of mine quite soon ;)
.-= Glen ´s last blog ..How Much Of Life Are You Actually Living? =-.

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Writer Dad June 25, 2009 at 8:21 am

Thanks, Stephen!

Cool list. I read Tim and Glen’s already, but I owe it to you to check the others out.
.-= Writer Dad´s last blog ..6 Rules For Remarkable Marital Communication =-.

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Alex - unleash reality June 25, 2009 at 9:07 am

Hey Stephen!!! :)

Thanks for the link. really appreciate it! :)

…and really like the other sites mentioned too. glen’s off course!! ;) and good ‘ol writer dad’s too. checking out daphne and the others’ now.

stumbled and tweeted!

keep well and in touch
alex – unleash reality
.-= Alex – unleash reality´s last blog ..Buddhist Butchers and Adventures of Change =-.

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Tim Brownson June 25, 2009 at 9:29 am

@ Stephen – I dunno about Alex, isn’t he just tad to young and good looking? What chance have we got in attracting anybody under the age of 40 I ask you? Who would have thought the Internet we be taken over by young people I ask you?

Thanks for the link mate!
.-= Tim Brownson´s last blog ..A Life Less Boring =-.

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Tim Brownson June 25, 2009 at 9:31 am

Next time I’ll leave a comment that actually makes grammatical sense. On the other hand, maybe I wont.
.-= Tim Brownson´s last blog ..A Life Less Boring =-.

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Celes | CelestineChua.com June 25, 2009 at 9:56 am

Hey Stephen, thanks for sharing these links with us! I’ve been to all their blogs – great blogs, definitely! – except for unleashreality’s, which I will check out now.

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Karl Staib - Work Happy Now June 25, 2009 at 12:55 pm

It’s amazing how much we can learn from fellow bloggers. I don’t read the standard news any more. I mostly just read bloggers. I love their point of views and always learn so much more than I can from main stream media.

The bloggers you picked are amazing.
.-= Karl Staib – Work Happy Now´s last blog ..My Work Happiness Journey =-.

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Blondie May 30, 2011 at 12:17 pm

And I thought I was the sesbinle one. Thanks for setting me straight.

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Jonathan - Advanced Life Skills June 25, 2009 at 7:26 pm

Hey Stephen, Thanks for sharing this. I love to learn from the unique perspective of others and these are some great resources. Isn’t it wonderful how our own perception grows simply from seeing through the eyes of another person.
.-= Jonathan – Advanced Life Skills´s last blog ..Who Needs Approval? =-.

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Kikolani June 25, 2009 at 10:44 pm

I like the article “Your 24 Possible Personal Strengths”. Thanks for sharing it. Hopefully there will be some people who find they do have strengths they might not have considered before now.

~ Kristi

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Paul Maurice Martin June 26, 2009 at 12:33 pm

“These are the good old days…” That line from the Carly Simon song (“Anticipation”) always resonated with me for the reason Tim gives in your quote. Thanks for all the good links to check out.

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Vin - NaturalBias June 26, 2009 at 12:41 pm

Stephen, thank you for your support and also for introducing me to some great new blogs! :)
.-= Vin – NaturalBias´s last blog ..Beer vs Soda: Which is Worse? =-.

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