Do you use Pocket? It’s a site/extension where you can save articles to read later. Unfortunately, when I use tools like this (including Facebook’s Save feature), I don’t always go back to read what I’ve bookmarked.
Since I’ve been saving things since March 2014, I figured I’d take a moment and scroll through Pocket and actually read what I’ve saved and share a few.
- 19 tiny things you can do to make the world a (slightly) better place: I try every day to do a few things that are nice, just out of the goodness of my heart. Little things like putting the shopping cart back or holding a door can make a big difference in someone’s day. (And please, please note #6. SO important in the workplace.)
- This is why we’re the Atheist generation: “This is also why (for me), the idea of an atheist convention is so stupid. It’s like holding a rally for people who don’t believe in vampires. We have nothing to prove.”
- 10 DIY projects you can make for under $25: I love that I actually thought I might make one of these.
- Excerpts from “How to be Perfect” by Ron Padgett: When there’s a shooting in the street, don’t go near the window.
- Wedding Wednesday: The wedding cost checklist: #7 is a great place to start with your budget! I had a way less fancy spreadsheet. I also was married in the days before Pinterest. Can you imagine?
I have many, many more to get through, but this was a good start!