Some things are written so well that you have to read them even if you haven’t heard of the author before. These blogs are the kind to whet your appetite. This is Part 2 of the Feed Your Head series. Part 1 is on finding and subscribing to blogs.
This post is about some of those great blogs that you will want to consider adding to your reading material. While there are lots out there for you to select, we’ll focus on five. Check them out, subscribe for a while, and then either keep’em or unsubscribe.
Seth Godin’s blog. Seth Godin has been blogging longer than about anybody but God. That means he has figured out how to do it well. Seth is a self-described agent of change. No comments are allowed, quick reads (often less that 200 words) and seldom are their pictures.
Celebrate What’s Right with the World. DeWitt Jones spent 20 years as a photographer for the National Geographic. His blog, Celebrate What’s Right with the World, is just a cool place to visit. You’ll see pictures that change you if you let them.
Get Rich Slowly. This group blog is centered around Get Rich Slowly. It’s about common sense ways to save or make money. You can also figure out how to talk with children, parents, or spouses about money.
ZenHabits. Take a habit, break it down into little pieces, and then figure out what you know. That’s what Leo Babauta does in zenhabits. If you are trying to figure out how you got where you are, this blog will help you in that journey.
The Calm Space. Do you need to get centered? The Calm Space will help you do that. They describe themselves as “an online magazine that is like a virtual day-spa for your senses… decadent, informative, relaxing. A real no-mobile-phones-allowed kind of escape where you can chill for a minute or an hour and emerge refreshed and ready to face anything your day throws at you!”
Part 3 of Feed Your Head is coming soon. Look for blog “Main Courses.”