There’s so much wonderful stuff going on right now in the world of the Internet. I think it has something to do with it being autumn. Here’s a sampling.
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Pace and Kyeli on how small businesses can change the world.
Diane Shipley wrote on letting go of apologies. Which is something I’m working on, too.
Victoria on your life as a puzzle. And how to not smoosh your essence piece!
Michelle and Jess recently launched The Declaration of You, which starts October 25th. If nothing else, you have got to watch the video. That Frenchman is strangely seductive.
Tammy had a stupendous post on body image called Empowerment Is Not For Sale. I loved it.
I just discovered Karen Paritee yesterday (many thanks for that to Catherine), and I’m already in love. Her mission is to free us from dieting, and her style is energizing and almost frenetic. I mean that in the best of ways. Plus, her blog is called Effindiets. I’m not kidding around.
My dear friend Katie is living the dream. By which I mean she lives in Portland, writes for Bitch and is also a visual artist. I’m so proud I could burst. Check out one of her recent pieces right here.
Mark Ronson has a new album, Record Collection, wherein he sings. Yup. It’s streaming here. Highly recommended.
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I’m now off to make some tea. Because that’s what I do when the leaves are turning.