That’s it, “Growing The Roots Of Happiness” is now a one-year-old-baby.
I’d like to thank all of you for regularly stopping by and leaving comments.
Writing a blog made me spend lots of time on the web, much more than a reasonable user. Since I dug in a lot of content, I’d like to share with you the best of what I saw:
My last week’s discovery is David Cain’s Raptitude, beautifully written posts his inner life and how to grow as a human being.
GIFs images are often barely funny, unlike Marinus’ beautiful and hypnotic animated pictures: http://headlikeanorange.tumblr.com/
Not a movie, not a music record or a book, yet “The Art Of Pho” is a bit all of that, and it’s really sweet: http://artofpho.submarinechannel.com/
Did you know about reddit?
Think of it as an open Facebook where everyone shares info on specific topics. It’s still a free area and censorship is nearly absent there.
Try to benefit from this portal before it turns spammy by checking the Subreddit lists (Subreddit=list of links by topic):
The (almost) complete list of Subreddits: http://subreddits.org/search.html
To help you find your way in Reddit, most of the below are Subreddit links:
Charts don’t necessarily tell the truth, but they sometimes reveal the talent of their creators, you might want to visit the Subreddit dedicated to them: http://www.reddit.com/r/dataisbeautiful
There’s a new blog about science, it took on the challenge of answering scientific questions in a very simple way, it busts myths like: ” do we use only 10% of our brain?”. The articles are clear, interesting and you definitely feel less dumb when you’ve spent a little time on: http://whotaughtyouscience.com/
Here are two links as a follow up for my post on urban monks :
If you’d like to get some inspiration on Minimalism, check: http://www.reddit.com/r/minimalism
Any wish to drastically reduce your daily expenses? Try: http://www.reddit.com/r/Frugal – some tips are frighteningly cheap :)
There’s an abundance of self improvement material on Reddit, here’s a few related Subreddits:
- Zen Habits: personal development with a touch of meditation http://www.reddit.com/r/ZenHabits
- Self Improvement: traditional content at http://www.reddit.com/r/selfimprovement
- Self Help: more personal improvement posts http://www.reddit.com/r/selfhelp/
Last but not least, if you’re tired of Facebook, try the totally alternative social *DIASPORA, not many people there, but a few enthusiastic users (friend me there :)
Any other link you’d like to share? Feel free to add them in the comment section below :)