1. Sunday sadhana from Kirsten Akens.
2. One of my favorite bloggers has a new space, Rita’s Notebook. I’m so glad she’s back, writing and sharing.
3. Neil Gaiman is doing a book signing in Fort Collins. I am f l i p p i n g out.
4. Man Shows Off Incredible Transformation Of 258 Square Foot Apartment.
6. 8 Toxic Beliefs Most People Think Are Normal and 7 Habits to Start in 7 Days to Guarantee a Year of Happiness from Marc and Angel Hack Life.
7. Please don’t punish yourself from Danielle LaPorte.
8. I intend to soften from Mara Glatzel.
9. Truthbomb #715 from Danielle Laporte, “Forgetting who you are is only a temporary situation.”
10. Still, a site I’m pretty sure I shared before, but was reminded of by Susannah Conway and felt it was worth sharing again. Susannah also shared this post, Delilah S. Dawson: 25 Writing Hacks From A Hack Writer, and a link to this interesting site, My Morning Routine, on her Something for the Weekend list.
12. live a story of wholeness from Patti Digh.
13. A lesson in finding joy and letting go on Medium.
14. Make Your Heart a Bigger Container from Meg Worden.
15. A Life Apart: The Toll of Obesity. A cautionary tale, but not for the reasons people might think. People most likely would assume it should caution you to eat less, exercise more, not be overweight, but really it should caution you to be more compassionate.
16. Mary Oliver on What Attention Really Means and Her Moving Eulogy to Her Soul Mate on Brain Pickings.
18. Bruce Farrer, thank you for inspiring us | WestJet Above and Beyond Stories.
21. Gone Hiking, a tragic, beautiful story.
24. On Art and Life from Dani Shapiro, in which she shares wisdom like this,
To love is to risk heartache. To live is to withstand loss. At some point, we all suffer.
This isn’t a choice – it’s a way of being. Nobody becomes a writer who doesn’t have to.
25. 1000 Voices for Compassion: Are You In? from Flingo. I’m in.
26. Why Everyone Seems to Have Cancer on The New York Times, which says,
As people age their cells amass more potentially cancerous mutations. Given a long enough life, cancer will eventually kill you — unless you die first of something else. That would be true even in a world free from carcinogens and equipped with the most powerful medical technology.
27. Parents Share Their 3-Year-Old Daughter’s Quotes To Make The World Smile on Bored Panda.
31. What does it mean to be fit? from Yogi Sadie.
33. I love not writing books. Anne Lamott on Facebook.
34. A Letter to the Future From Kid President.
35. Root Down and Grow. One of my favorite humans has a new space, both on the ground and online, and they are both beautiful — as they should be, as they are manifestations, embodiments of her.
36. Why Do So Many Entrepreneurs Hate Their Lives? from Jonathan Fields.
37. How To Stop Making A Big Deal About Your Problems, Pema Chödrön on MindBodyGreen.