Happy Links: From Business to Hacking

by Tammy Strobel on February 28, 2014

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

I don’t know where the week went. It zoomed by at mach speed, at least for me. I’ve been teaching my writing course, journaling, and revising articles for a few e-courses. Also, I’m excited about my new book! The digital versions look beautiful and I can’t wait to see it in print. If all goes well, it will be ready to release by the end of March (maybe sooner). I will keep you posted!

Now onto this week’s happy links . . .

I loved this post, How I Conduct My Business.

I’m reading Slow Motion by Dani Shapiro.

Mobile life coach.

A daughter’s loyalty shines through song.

Spark & Tinder monthly membership.

Life on the balcony.

Waiting is hard.

Hacking school.

Be well,
Tammy

1 Cynthia February 28, 2014

Thanks so much for sharing “Life on the Balcony”! We live in an apartment with French doors and no balcony, so I’m looking for creative ways to grow plants and make our apartment more green :)

2 Maria February 28, 2014

Love Logan’s speech on school hacking.. that kid, and maybe more his parents,are an inspiration:) Have a nice weekend

3 Carol March 1, 2014

I couldn’t agree with you more…. what a great kid and philosophy of life! I want to be happy too. I am thankful that I am most of the time :) Thank you for sharing this great young man with us!!!

4 Allie March 4, 2014

I am a new reader and SO into alternative education so I can’t figure out how I never saw Logan’s TEDx talk! What an awesome teenager! Loving your blog, pictures, everything. Thanks for sharing with us!

5 Wanda March 8, 2014

I just finished reading Slow Motion and wanted to say thank you for mentioning it on the blog. It was an amazing read and I couldn’t put the book down. I plan to see what else my library has from this author she is an amazing writer. Thanks again for turning me onto her.

6 Tammy Strobel March 8, 2014

Super cool Wanda. I loved “Slow Motion.” I couldn’t put it down either. :)

I highly recommend reading “Still Writing” by Dani Shapiro. Also, her memoir “Devotion” is a good read. I’m about half way through the book and I love it.

Thanks for reading the blog.

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