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Happy Links: From MiniBük to One Photo a Day


{Every week, I publish a series of inspiring links. Enjoy!}

Recently, the lovely folks from MiniBük sent me a few samples of their little books and they are awesome! Check out their website.

How to leave the Internet for 25 days.

The Fast Company series about unplugging from the Internet is awesome!

How I shoot with my iPhone.

A meet-up for Boston tiny house enthusiasts.

Grief activity books for kids.

My top 8 lessons from Project 333.

What’s your 12 x 12?

The one photo challenge.

Be well,

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  • Pavel - Desirable World July 12, 2013, 6:02 am

    Thanks for the introduction to MiniBük, Tammy. I hadn’t heard of it until now. Sounds great. Anything to encourage self-publishing, I say.

  • Debbie Roes July 12, 2013, 4:01 pm

    Tammy, I always look forward to your “Happy Links” and I’m honored to have one of my articles included in today’s round up! I plan to peruse the other articles over the weekend and enjoy them!

    I’m glad that your sharing of “My Top 8 Lessons from Project 333” will give more people the opportunity to read it. Before I did Project 333, I heard others say that it had “changed their lives.” I knew the challenge could provide a lot of benefits, but I thought that saying it was life-changing was a bit of hyperbole. I was wrong! It DID change my life. A week ago, my husband and I took a trip to Catalina Island, the place were we were married and a former favorite shopping haunt. This time, however, my perspective had totally changed! I didn’t buy anything and focused instead on enjoying the time with my husband (after all, it WAS our 12 year anniversary!). I actually wrote a blog post on the experience, which I just posted this afternoon…

    I am grateful to Courtney Carver (who I know is one of your “partners in crime”) for challenging me to do Project 333. If anyone reading this is a shopaholic who wants to change, I highly recommend taking on Project 333. I was a shopaholic for many, many years and finally committed to changing things this year (which is why I started my blog, “Recovering Shopaholic”). I was doing okay in my recovery during the first few months of the year, but starting Project 333 in April accelerated my progress dramatically. I now feel abundant hope that I can finally be free of the shopping addiction that has plagued me for far too long.

    I love your blog, Tammy, and I really enjoyed your writing class (I highly recommend that, too!). I wish you and Logan a very happy 10-year anniversary! I hope I get to meet you one day.

  • Laagan na Cebuana July 13, 2013, 5:40 pm

    Hello Tammy.. Just dropping by to let you know how you inspire us with your iphone photography. 🙂

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