If You Have It All Dialed In… well then, you don’t need to read this. Hehe… So just slap the guy seated in the lotus position contemplating his navel!
But, I thought I would take the time to share some links that I’m sure you’ll find helpful (and quite inspirational) for getting you started in the New Year.
Combing through the vast information highway is obviously akin to looking for a needle in a haystack. But I’m always on the lookout for more info on health, diet, nutrition and overall self-improvement, and sometimes I come across some gems that I just have to share with you, so here goes:
- Think Simple Now
How To Design Your Ideal Life
Wow, such great, inspirational writing… and in-depth! I highly recommend this blog if you’re into self-improvement… well, who isn’t, right? But, Tina Su’s focus on “creativity, clarity, and happiness” in the pursuit of personal transformation and fulfillment is something I can relate to and makes me aspire to be my best. And her whole blog exudes of happy. Don’t we all want to be this happy?
- Dumb Little Man
5 Easy Ways To Fit Exercise Into Your Busy Schedule
Dumb Little Man is another site I’ve been following for quite some time. And here are some great tips for trying to fit a successful exercise regimen around a busy schedule. We’re all busy, aren’t we? So, I think we can all benefit from this advice.
- Zen Habits
A Guide to Creating a Minimalist Home
I actually have a lot of great ideas myself in how to create a minimalist home, since I’m really into that style of living, but Leo Babauta is such a great writer and knows how to organize his thoughts on topics, this is worth a read. Zen Habits is another highly popular blog I’ve been following which I highly recommend.
- Think Simple Now
7 Habits of Highly Innovative People
Another very inspiring read by Tina Su of Think Simple Now. A great article to get you going with your creativity, and learn that we are ALL creative individuals. We just need to tap into that talent and realize our inner potential.
- Pick The Brain
Top 5 Ways to Build a Wonderful Life
A really great post that covers some vital tips for helping you build a “wonderful life”. Well, we all know, “It’s A Wonderful Life!”. But this article covers the essentials pretty well, like living below your means, staying in shape, putting your money to work, etc.
Learn To Meditate
Like the clown pictured above! *just kidding* But seriously, meditation is an excellent way to not only reduce stress, but to learn (re-learn) how to view the world in a different, more positive light, and to calm and discipline the mind. If you aren’t doing it now, then you should start, and if you already are, then you probably could do more…
Anyway, I hope these links are helpful, and if you have some great links to share, feel free to add a comment below!