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Happy Links: From Unwired to Walking

Bunny Flats on Mt. Shasta{Every week, I publish a series of inspiring links. Enjoy!}

Unwired.

The delicious truth about getting older.

Can you buy happiness?

Sand is delicious.

Project 333 stories.

I’m reading Life Lessons.

Loved these podcasts: The neuroscience of loss & How to master the craft of writing.

The right way to walk.

Be well,
Tammy

P.S.  I have exciting news! My photography book, My Morning View: An iPhone Photography Project About Gratitude, Grief & Good Coffee, will be available soon. Subscribe to this list, and I will send you updates on the book, a sneak preview, discounts, and other fun goodies!

Also, registration for my writing course is open! I hope you will join us for the winter session. Read more here.

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  • lucent imagery February 6, 2014, 8:56 pm

    I loved reading Leo’s monthly challenges. I have a “half-smart” phone which I love for it’s greater simplicity. And I have limited connectivity when away from home which makes it a bit easier to resist the checking impulse. However, I would love a better camera in a more basic phone, something which doesn’t seem to exist. I wish we could design our own phones for order! Your images are always so beautiful from yours! Have a great weekend.

  • Sandra Pawula February 6, 2014, 9:32 pm

    I loved these stories on the beauty of getting older. What a gift they were! Thank you, Tammy.

  • beachmama February 7, 2014, 1:31 pm

    Thanks for this post Tammy.

    My friend and yoga teacher lost her 40 year-old daughter in a horrific car accident 2 weeks ago. Tomorrow is the memorial. I’ve called and spoken to her briefly . . . tomorrow will be difficult . . . I want to be supportive and Christina’s interview is so helpful . . .

    Looking at 60 next year has had me reflect on where I am and where I’m going in midlife. I never appreciated my youth until recently. I’m now more focused on everyday, love and connection, living simply, and gratitude. I am so grateful for everyday I have . . .

  • Megan Hoover February 9, 2014, 10:03 am

    I always love finding out what you’re reading. You’ve become one of my go-tos for book recommendations.

  • Kaylin Lydia February 12, 2014, 3:30 pm

    I listened to the podcast about loss on my commute today to see people as a hospice social worker. I am always so amazed and in awe of anyone who has survived any loss but particularly multiple losses and go on to live a fulfilling life. I think of Christine McFadden who I saw on Oprah years ago – she lost her four children tragically and somehow found a way to live on. Its amazing. I really appreciated this content, thanks for posting!

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