Mad Love Monday #14

A collection of all of the random things I loved on the internet in the previous week, and why you might love them, too. Or at least crush on them. Apparently the blogosphere is very into metaphors this week. Or maybe I’m just noticing them because I’m very into metaphors in general. In any case— Here’s one about relationships as operating systems by lovable techie Gwen Bell. Here’s another about Why Entrepreneurs Should Eat Their Young from Awake at the Wheel. Sounds kind of violent but the principle makes all sorts of sense. * * * Have a madly marvelous...

Mad Love Monday #13

A collection of all of the random things I loved on the internet in the previous week, and why you might love them, too. Or at least crush on them. Courtesy of First 30 Days, I found this speech from Charlie Chaplin about how to live a good life. I think I need to bone up on my Chaplin knowledge. I definitely needed to be reminded of the benefits of failing that Markus Urban outlined in his guest post on Write to Done. Especially worth remembering every day: You have a unique life experience that no one else has – you have unique combinations of knowledge and a personality no one else has. Don’t be afraid to share that with the world. You will connect and make a difference to people who can identify with your style. Ha, ha, ha; I am so the Target person in this piece from The Onion. Wow, I don’t know where to start with this post. It perfectly addresses one of my main struggles: waiting for the other shoe to drop when something good happens while wanting to have faith that there is an infinite supply of good. Thanks to Tama J. Kieves for turning my thinking around. * * * Have a madly marvelous...