Here’s my little confession. Because confession is good for the soul right? At times I have this slight bit of dread when it comes to opening up my Gmail. You see I grew up using Outlook with all of it’s nice little ways to create endless folders. And this Outlooker was a bit lost when I first made the transition into the Gmail world. What causes my dread is the heaps of newsletter subscriptions, I have managed to accumulate over the years. It feels like no matter how much I try I can’t seem to get to inbox zero. And then I recently discovered this little jewel called Unroll.me.
Unroll.me is gives you a list of all of the many lists you have subscribed to (even the long-lost ones you may have forgotten) and gives you the ability to unsubscribe in a massive wave, if you so choose. And for those that you would like to keep, you can roll them all up into one single email delivered to your inbox daily.
Speaking of organization I like this little tip for remembering the important dates and there is even a free printable.
Is life feeling like it is rolling right pass you? Check out A Woman’s Wagon: How to Manage the Life You Are Pulling.
If you have ever struggled with the quest for perfectionism like me, Letting Go of Perfectionism…Letting God Sanctify You will speak to your heart.
The beauty of this thing called blogging is that we each have the opportunity to share our unique voice and I love to see when other’s are not afraid to use their voice to explore the uncomfortable dichotomies. Alia Joy’s post is one that stirs up quite a conversation on her blog.
As a book lover, I don’t have to be coerced into reading a good book but Read With Those Who Read challenged me to read for other reasons other than just the joy of reading or finding new information.
Most people find comfort in the pages of a book from time to time, but what would happen if we started thinking of reading as a way to comfort someone else? –Lois Flowers
What’s been speaking to you this week? Share it in the comments. And don’t forget to link up your favorite writes this week.