This is Volume 8 of the Self Improvement and Law of Attraction Link Love series.
1) Intensive Care for the Nurturer’s Soul – With High-tech & Low-tech Ways to Focus on What You Want, Hueina Su brings us an incredible mash-up of old school techniques that work with today’s high-technology, but she also offers low-tech alternatives for those who prefer it that way.
2) HELLO, My Name is BLOG – Scott Ginsberg (whose wisdom can be staggering) has a post called When you care the least, you do the best. He’s right, it’s true, and you should check it out.
3) Achieve-IT – Regular readers have seen Brad Isaac’s work featured many times here at Today is that Day, and his post One Ironic Tip For Forming And Maintaining Good Relationships… is once again worthy of your time. You might be surprised at the tip that you’ll receive!
4) Optimist Lab – In the post What I Learned at the Taco Shack, Cardin Routh does a job that is more than just noteworthy of detailing an incredible few moments in the life of an adult, a child, and a produce wrapper. Great job, Cardin!
5) Steve Olson – Anyone who has ever been married or in a long-term domestic partnership will recognize the fact that both participants need to be on the same sheet of music. In How a White Board and a Dry Erase Marker Can Strengthen Your Marriage, Steve details a method for doing that, using his own relationship as a real-world example.
6) Jane Chin – Most people are seeking financial success or abundance in some manner or other, but few people actually give thought to what that dream may cost them. With the post Quality of Money you Earn, Jane Chin does a great job of asking the question “Was it worth it?”
7) Breathing Prosperity – I have my workaholic tendencies, but I have also learned that there is a time to back away from the keyboard. In the post Are You a Mental Slave to Your Job?, the concept of your responsibility to your job (vs. your life) is examined.
8) Scott H Young – In the category of “thinking outside of the box,” I have not recently seen a better example than Scott’s post Empty Calories. He does an incredible job of detailing not just a major hole in the health/nutrition concept, but in how that same concept translates directly to other areas of our life. Great stuff!
A hearty THANK YOU to all of this week’s authors and the incredible wisdom that they have shared. See you next time!