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When I see great articles, I like to save the links so I can share them with you guys every once in awhile. Since I have quite a few piling up, I decided it was time for another random link catch-all post.
Being Fit – It’s a Body of Work (from Practical Stewardship) – this is a great article and deals with something I’ve been thinking about a lot lately. It’s about the little choices, because all those little choices add up. Spiritually, physically…in basically anything this principle holds true. Once you become aware of the potential for change that all the little choices hold, your view of life changes and you can do something with all those little choices. It could be getting up (and going to bed) just a little earlier, not taking second helpings tonight at supper, doing bursts of 20 squats throughout the day, or picking up your Bible to read a chapter instead of checking Facebook one more time.
All the Comments on Every Recipe Blog – one of my bloggy friends shared this with me and I absolutely loved it. While I don’t get too many of these comments (thankfully!), I have gotten some doozies.
15 Things to Start Doing By the Time You’re 30 – I think that the “30” should be changed to “15”, but other than that, this is a great article. I don’t totally agree with everything, but the writer makes some very good points.
Are You Being Too Transparent? – this is a very thought-provoking article dealing with…*drumroll*…social media.
Made By Mail Archive (by Dine Design) – this is an archive of several awesome food blog posts in which several food bloggers were sent “difficult” ingredients by mail and had to make something edible. Just the kind of thing I love to read for relaxation (not joking)…
Un-“Seizing” Chocolate (by Joe Pastry) – I haven’t tried this yet, but it looks like a great idea to have on hand for future reference!
And to close out this post, I’ll leave you with a beautiful song sung by one of my favorite artists: Aled Jones.