Mad Love Monday #31

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.

  • The Comfort Queen wants to save the world. Apparently it’s catching, because I recently birthed a dream that seems just as impossible. But even if we try and only get halfway there, our efforts will have impact.
  • Here’s a way to look at following your passion, phrased beautifully by Tama Kieves:

. . .if you knew where your heart could take you, it wouldn’t even be “practical” to choose practicality.

  • I hadn’t even thought about what I want to happen with my digital presence after I die. I’ve thought about what I want the service to be like and who gets what of my meager possessions, but this post from Gwen Bell made me go hmmm. . . .

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Have a madly marvelous week!

2 Comments

  1. Well, that’s an interesting thought. I don’t think I care. If I didn’t mind putting it up while I’m alive, I don’t think I’d mind having it up after I die. But truly, would anyone print it all out and save it like a journal was saved in the old days? What will ‘digital presence’ be like in years to come anyway/ How long will blogs exist, and facebook, and twitter?
    .-= Mom´s last blog ..The Unthinkables =-.

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    • I don’t mind having it up, either. But I think it would be a good idea to designate someone to, say, change my About page on my website to let people know what’s up and the domain will/won’t be renewed.

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