Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Around the Web

A quick post today to share a rather eclectic mix of things I've found interesting around the web lately:

How Schools Kill Creativity
An older TED talk by Sir Ken Robinson challenging us to rethink the way we educate children. I especially like the story of the dancer/choreographer that he shares as an example.

What are your essentials?
A thoughtful post by Rachel Olsen about what is truly essential on your list of tasks and a reminder to focus on the essentials first.

WCS Sketches
A Pinterest board with sketches from Write.Click.Scrapbook.

How To Become More Consistent In Your Daily Journaling
A neat idea from Michael Hyatt if you're struggling with being consistent with journaling as a daily habit.

Organizing: An Event or a Lifestyle?
Aby Garvey compares an organizing lifestyle to a running lifestyle and shares how something can be a completed event (marathon or organizing project) or a habit that becomes a lifestyle.

What have you found interesting around the web lately?


  1. I like that older Ted talk - there is a nice animation done by the RSI (?) that is fun too. Going to check out a couple of those links too.

  2. can't wait to check out your links. hoping this weekend away will spark my creativity and improve my mood!

  3. That's an interesting selection. I think I'll have a read of that top one first. Thank you

  4. Sorry, meant listen to, obviously! I'll put it on while I get the dinner ready right now

  5. Awesome links! Thanks for sharing!

  6. Thank you for these - I especially liked the organizing post. I have so little chance to browse the Internet that I am pleased you have curated this list!


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