Every weekend I give you the tastiest treats from everything I’ve shared on Twitter and Facebook over the past week.
This is the content I’ve hand picked from across the Internet because I think it’s worth your quality time.
In this week’s episode, I show you how to cure blog hangovers, how to build habits that last, and how to recharge your mind in just ten minutes.
This is the reading material I’ll be soaking up this weekend. Enjoy!
Suffering a Blog Katzenjammer? Try These Hangover Cures (Dukeo)
Ever sat blurry eyed in front of your computer with a pounding headache? You’ve spent 16 hours tinkering on your blog and got precisely nowhere, other than a pain deep behind your eyes.
Most bloggers have been there, and Sté Kerwer has put a name on this feeling: a Blog Hangover. He also provides some helpful hangover cures.
The Four Habits that Form Habits (Zen Habits)
We all know habits are the secret to autopilot success. But actually building habits can feel like such a drag. It’s way easier to put off creating a new habit than to start creating one.
Leo Babauta offers four simple tips to make habit forming so easy you can’t say no.
101 of the Best WordPress Plugins for 2013 (Sociable)
Want to give your blog a widget makeover?
From adding favicons to grammar checking your blog posts, from polishing up your SEO to sorting your social sharing, this blog post lets you know the plugins that do the trick.
How To Refresh Your Brain in 10 Minutes (Inc.)
If you’ve ever thought mediation is only for hippies and yogis, check out this article to learn how the simple act of sitting quietly could turbocharge your focus and send stress packing.
Effective Content Marketing with Visuals: Your 5-Step Guide (Content Marketing Institute)
You know the basics of Pinterest and Instagram. But what more can you do to tap into the power of visual marketing? Check out these tips from Steve Glauberman.
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