Hello and welcome! It’s been a long week here, digging out from last week’s blizzard and dealing with other factors of life that are a bit messy right now. Today I am thankful to be able to finish writing several articles because I am under deadline, but I had a moment to share this week’s roundup of interesting links for you. Once my articles are complete, I look forward to writing here more, and to putting my list of goals for my next birthday year together. Have any ideas? Please share! Hope your day is a good one!
My List of 10 Things I Will Do While I’m 44 – 13 days left, then I am transitioning my “Living 44” site into SoulSEAker. Any suggestions as to what should be on my big 45 list? Please leave your ideas in the comments section. Please remember that finances are very limited and that I have Lupus/Fibromyalgia (which are pretty active right now).
7 Positive Ways to Deal with Regret – perfect as my birthday is approaching.
“Mean” Joe Green and Coke Kid Reunite Almost 40 Years Later – I remember the original commercial very well.
Exactly The Right Words, Exactly The Right Way: Reagan’s Amazing Challenger Disaster Speech – We were home on a snow day and I remember seeing the explosion live on a grainy console television.
Mayim Meets a Human Rights Hero – I teach a George Orwell essay set in Burma (now Myanmar) and this is an excellent site from Mayim Bialik featuring a young person who is making a difference there.
How I Learned to Write Every Day – some good advice for fellow writers like me who have difficulty finding time to write
8 Things to Look For in “Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens” – contains spoilers, but hopefully you’ve seen it by now.
When Dreams Change: It’s Okay To Let Go And Move One – been there…
Feeling Sad? Try These Quick Pick-Me-Ups – from Dani at Positively Present
Susannah Conway’s new book “Londontown” is available for preorder! And if you haven’t read her book “This I Know,” here’s a link for that book…it honestly changed my life and I am grateful to have stumbled across her work. Elizabeth Gilbert’s Big Magic is another book that had a very big influence on me.
Have a swell week my friend!
Until next time,