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101 Online Self Improvement Resources

101 Online Self Improvement Resources
fMotivation aProductivity hHealth cSelf Improvement Skip to content m 101 Online Self Improvement Resources Posted on July 11, 2007 by John Wesley | CATEGORIES: self improvement Recently readers have asked me to share my favorite self improvement resources. It’s a rather long list, so if you don’t have much time I’d recommend bookmarking it with del.icio.us and coming back later. Self Improvement Resources These resources specialize in helping you make the most of your time. Personal Development Sites in this category cover all topics traditionally related to personal growth and development. Mentally Stimulating These sites, focused mainly on art and science, never fail to make me think. Business, Blogging, and Financial Success Although many of these are targeted at my fellow bloggers and webmasters, some are relevant to everyone. Educational References and Reading SearchSign Up Check out PickTheBrain - Polls on LockerDome on LockerDome Connect With Us b t g q Twitter: pickthebrain b t g q Related:  Self-Help, Improvement, Inspiration2. Lists of best sites

Psychology Self-Help Resources on the Internet Back to Psych Web Home Page These pages contain links to sites providing free information and help about specific disorders related to psychology. These sites might offer commercial products, but in order to qualify for inclusion here, a substantial amount of information must be offered free of charge. In addition to this page, Psych Web maintains lists of scholarly psychology resources on the web, and psychological brochures on the web. Write to Dr. Dewey at psywww@gmail.com. Back to Psych Web Home Page ...or.... Top of this file. Don't see what you need? Custom Search

simplicity blogs | theextraordinarysimplelife The world is desperate for, even envious of, people living purposeful lives that are free from fear. – Jeff Goins In a reflection about the past couple of years, I evaluated the heaping piles of reading material and bookmarked blog posts consumed on simplicity and minimalism. It’s quite impressive, really. When I am intrigued by something, somehow every orifice of the earth is excavated to hunt and gather books, movies, articles, websites and blogs that fill my internal subject file with wisdom. I’m stopping short of calling this simplicity quest an obsession, but lately as I scan my bookshelf, it feels it might be heading in the direction of “dog with a bone land”. I decided to ask myself why. Why do I feel compelled to read the thoughts of people who have successfully pursued a more simple lifestyle? The simple answer… I’m looking for courage. I’m mining the minimalist masses for inspiration and stories of change that mattered. Intention. What it comes down to is this: I can do hard things.

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The Online Books Page Self Help Techniques that Work 5 Simplicity Blogs I Highly Recommend | The Other Side of Complexity I’m always looking for resources that will help me live the life I want to live. Whenever I find good stuff, I like to share it. If you’re interested in subscribing to blogs that deal with simplifying your life so you can focus on what’s most important, you may want to try one of these five: (I’ll list the blog & authors, then let them describe their content.) 1- Joshua Becker / becomingminimalist.com “After a conversation with my neighbor on Memorial Day 2008, we decided to become minimalist and intentionally live with fewer possessions. 2- Brooke McAlary / slowyourhome.com “Call it simple living. 3- Courtney Carver / bemorewithless.com “Be more with less is about simplifying your life and really living. 4- Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus / theminimalists.com 5- Leo Babauta / zenhabits.net “Zen Habits is about finding simplicity in the daily chaos of our lives. At risk of sounding obvious, we deal with Simplicity here on The Other Side of Complexity, as well. You may also enjoy:

The Indie Rock Playlist - Home Page 22 Killer Personal Development Resources You're Missing Out On You’ve got the personal development itch once again. You know the feeling. Maybe you want to be more productive, finally tackle that goal of yours, or start waking up earlier. So you go to Google or your favorite personal development blogs. And that’s it. Sometimes you find what you need, but you still have a sense that there’s got to be more. And that’s where you get stuck. Today I hope to change that by sharing with you 22 of the killer personal development resources you’re missing out on. 1. I know, you thought Reddit was just for gamers, atheists, and students – but that’s a misconception. 2. Mindbloom.com is a nifty personal development web application. 3. Lately, it seems there have been hundreds of eLearning websites popping up across the web. 4. There are plenty of ways to motivate you to work out, but the app Gympact does something quite clever and unique. Okay, so plenty of you know Ted already, but do you remember the first day you discovered it? 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 13. 14.

SLT050: Our Top 20 Simplicity Websites - Simple Life Together It’s our 50th episode and we wanted to pass on our Top 20 simplicity websites, and also our favorites for minimalism, lifestyle and more! You know, we have so many resources available to us these days that sometimes it’s hard to separate the wheat from the chaff, as the saying goes. It’s nice to have one source that you can go to in whatever interest category you have. So, we wanted to put together an episode and talk about some of our favorite websites and blogs that helped us on our journey, and still do…our Top 20 websites! Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: iTunes | Android | Main Topic: We’ve talked about many of these before and even had some of the authors on the show, but we want this show to be a tribute to them and a resource for you. Minimalism: Becoming Minimalist: Joshua Becker (listen to our interview with Joshua on Episode 11)Zen Habits: Leo BabautaThe Minimalists: Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus Simplicity: Lifestyle: Lifehacking/Productivity/Tech:

Develop Perfect Memory With the Memory Palace Technique The Memory Palace is one of the most powerful memory techniques I know. It’s not only effective, but also fun to use — and not hard to learn at all. The Memory Palace has been used since ancient Rome, and is responsible for some quite incredible memory feats. Of course, most of us are not in Dominic’s memory championship line of business (or in Hannibal’s line of business for that matter). The Memory Palace The Memory Palace technique is based on the fact that we’re extremely good at remembering places we know. 5 Steps to Use the Memory Palace Technique 1. First and foremost, you’ll need to pick a place that you’re very familiar with. A good first choice could be your own home, for example. Also, try to define a specific route in your palace instead of just visualize a static scene. Here are some additional suggestions that work well as Memory Palaces, along with possible routes: Familiar streets in your city. 2. Now you need to pay attention to specific features in the place you chose.

50 Must-Read Personal Development Bloggers That’ll Change Your Life Tired of reading the same blogs over and over? Looking for fresh articles to read? A new angle on your favorite personal development topics? I got you covered! As much as I love writing about this subject, I can’t take credit for everything I write. Much of my knowledge on self-development came from reading these great writers and thinkers. Unfortunately there’s no way for me to rank these bloggers objectively and accurately. What this list lacks in ranking, however, it makes up for in quality. Follow these Personal Development Bloggers for Your Daily Dose of Wisdom, Inspiration, and Step-by-Step Instructions for World Domination 1. I’ve been a fan since I read the 4-Hour Workweek and I now have his other books, 4-Hour Body and 4-Hour Chef. From Tim, I learned that having many options isn’t always better. Favorite posts: 2. Maria Popova. Maria Popova isn’t your usual self-development blogger. 3. 4. 5. Leo Babuta writes about habits and living a minimalist lifestyle. 6. I was intrigued. 7.

2014 Categories & Nominees — 2014 Canadian Weblog Awards 2014 CWA Calendar January 1 – September 30, 2014Nominate your favourite Canadian weblogs. November 12 – December 3, 2014A volunteer jury chooses the top five weblogs in each category using our ten criteria for content and design. December 5, 2014The 2014 Canadian Weblog Awards nominee shortlist is announced. December 5 – December 12, 2014The volunteer jury chooses the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners in each category using our ten criteria for content and design, plus points for category fit and a registered domain name.December 15, 2014The 2014 Canadian Weblog Awards winners are announced!

Kitchen 101: Fruits, Vegetables & Herbs | Chasing Delicious Kitchen 101: Fruits, Vegetables & Herbs I’d be remiss if I simply focused on imparting technical knowledge in the Kitchen 101 series here at Chasing Delicious. I’d be downright neglectful if I didn’t talk about ingredients, particularly the biggest misconception about produce today: that it is naturally available year-round. Though you may be able to find just about every type of fruit, vegetable, and herb in the grocery store every day of the year, a majority of this produce is not in season. Time spent in transit or storage is not the only inflated aspect of buying produce out of season. The biggest problem with buying out of season produce, and the focus of this article, is the lack of freshness and sacrifice in flavor and nutrients. My favorite part about abiding by an ingredient’s natural availability is what I like to call the Thanksgiving effect. That being said, there are many factors that effects a particular ingredients season. Take the time to read the sticker on the fruit.

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