New Weekly Feature: Links To Love

Sunday is a great day to look back over the past week and plan for the week ahead. With that in mind, I am introducing a new weekly feature here at Writing Power: Links to Love. Each week, I will share a few links from blogs or other websites that I think you’ll find useful. Let’s get started:

10 Steps to Create the Habit of Writing from Leo Babuta’s new blog Write to Done. Leo has built a great reputation by replacing the idea of life goals, which are often amorphous and vague, with the idea of habits, which are measurable and concrete. This post applies his successful formula to writing, with insightful results.

12 Techniques to Help You Live a Happy and Fulfilled Life a guest post by David B. Bohl for Dumb Little Man. A well written review of principles to live by. If you’re tired of living through your paycheck, check it out.

What’s YOUR Sticking Point? by Dustin M. Wax for Lifehack. A great resource to help you think through what may be blocking your project’s progress.

The Ultimate Student Resource List is not just for students! This post contains a wealth of online resources for research, writing, citation, online organization tools, and productivity apps. It also gives students an easy recap of Lifehack‘s student-centered posts. For anyone who writes regularly, this is a goldmine written by Dustin M. Wax.

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5 Responses to New Weekly Feature: Links To Love

  1. Arman says:

    Just found your blog and subscirbed. Love it. Please keep it up.
    Recenlty, I found writing to be my new passion and I want to improve it. Your and Leo’s blog on writing seem to complement each other.
    I will be looking forward to your articles :)

  2. loren says:

    Thanks so much, Arman — it’s great to hear from you. If there are any writing-related topics that you’d particularly like to see material on, please let me know and I’ll put it on the list.

    Have a great day!

  3. Arman says:

    Loren, here are writing topics that interest me at the moment:
    * What is good academic writing style?
    * How to achieve better flow in writing?
    * How to achieve better rhythm in writing?

    Thank you!

  4. loren says:

    Okay, Arman, I’ll add these to my list. Look for some postings that address these issues in the next few weeks.

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