Inspiration: April 19

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Inspiration: April 19 >> Life In Limbo

Most inspiring for me this week was having the chance to interview one of my favourite original thinkers, Sarah Von Bargen! The episode will be out soon, but until then let’s all revisit her post about The Authenticity Tax, a concept that has truly changed the way I show up in my life.

Woohoo! Gmail now offers the ability to schedule emails without needing to use an add-on like Boomerang! This is great news. Looks like I’ll have to update my Inbox Zero course soon!

Brb, adding all of these to my to-read shelf and my library holds.

If you work from home or have trouble concentrating throughout the workday, Focus Mate could be a fun thing to try! Basically it’s a free service that sets you up with a virtual coworking buddy. Very intriguing.

Now THIS seems handy. Tunefind is a website that lets you look up all the music that played in the background of your favourite TV shows and movies. Just in case you forgot to Shazam!

A neat little list of tools that help you improve your writing. I also use the Yoast SEO plugin for my business blog posts and not only does it boost my SEO but I think it also makes my writing more succinct.

I started reading Joyful yesterday and already I feel like my eyes are open wider to my life and my environment. I can tell this one will be a game-changer for me!

Well, this week was a roller coaster! Lots of highs and lows, all mixed in together. That said, I’m happy to be where I am – if the first ten days of my 28th year are any indication, this year is primed to be transformative and wonderful. I just keep thinking of Elizabeth Gilbert’s eternally moving post, I Am Willing. She was writing about grief, but I think the concept applies in almost every facet of life. I am willing, I am willing, I am willing. “I am willing to be here for the duration of the mystery.” I hope you have a wonderful weekend, my loves. xo.

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