Recommended reading

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Here’s this Saturday morning’s roundup of my favorite blog posts from the past week.

Sam urges you to not let the haters get to you — go ahead and take great shots all day with your phone’s camera. Read Photo Of The Day: “Olive Oil”

One theme of my recent posts about my visit to New York City was that through fatigue and overwhelm, I was out of touch with my feelings. And now The Book of Life writes about that very topic — why it’s bad for the world, and how to build skills at staying in better touch with what’s going on inside. Read On Being out of Touch With One’s Feelings

Ever heard the saying, “follow your passion, and the money will follow?” My friend and colleague N. S. Palmer coaches us to be realistic, as some passions don’t pay. He also urges us to be clear about what our passions really are; they may not be what they seem. Read Follow Your Heart, But Use Your Head

Mr. Money Mustache explains how living frugally gives you the freedom to pursue happiness. Real happiness, one that comes from love and belonging, personal esteem, and becoming your best self. Not the kind that requires you spend all of your money on things. Read Happiness is the Only Logical Pursuit


3 responses to “Recommended reading”

  1. Sam Avatar

    Hey Jim, always an honor to be on your recommended reading list! The other selections are great too! Thanks so much!! :-)

  2. hmunro Avatar

    You’ve rounded up so much wisdom here I may need to set the rest of the weekend aside to absorb it all, Jim. Thank you.

    1. Jim Grey ☕️ Avatar

      Wow! Come up for air occasionally, ok? 😉

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