Monthly Archives: April, 2014

Link Love (2014-04-24)

Thought-provoking “Today, we’re going to turn life into a giant role playing game. If you’ve read the “What Is Your Profession?” article, then you’ve already turned yourself into a character. Let’s put that character into action. Since day one, the tagline for Nerd Fitness has been “Level up your life.” Today, you’re going to learn …

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Link Love (2014-04-20)

Thought-provoking “I’ve learned that in lots of other areas, the hard stuff that people avoid is what matters most. It’s what’s most effective.” The Hard Stuff Often Matters Most – Zen Habits How to Stay Safe if You’re Caught in a Mass-Shooting – Life Hacker “HOWEVER, a marathon implies that every step we take is always …

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Link Love (2014-04-17)

Thought-provoking “Teaching consent is ongoing, but it starts when children are very young. It involves both teaching children to pay attention to and respect others’ consent (or lack thereof) and teaching children that they should expect their own bodies and their own space to be respected—even by their parents and other relatives. And if children …

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March/April Twitterature 2014

Welcome to Twitterature for March and April 2014. I forgot to do one for March, so I am combining the two. As always linking up with the wonderful Moderns Mrs. Darcy. Practical Paleo: A Customized Approach to Health and a Whole-Foods Lifestyle by Diane Sanfilippo: Probably the best introduction to #Paleo I’ve ever read. If you’ve considered Paleo, …

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How Going Gluten Free Helped Me Halve My Intake of Painkillers

  On the 22nd of August 2013 I came across an article that talked about an Italian study, which showed that a majority of women with endometriosis have less pain after following a gluten free diet for a year. I have had painful periods for as long as I can remember, and was first diagnosed …

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Link Love (2014-04-12)

Apologies for being out of action for the past couple of weeks, I sprained my right wrist (don’t worry, it’s fine now) and wasn’t allowed to use it at all, which made typing quite a challenge. Thought-provoking Karen Thompson Walker: What fear can teach us – TED “But being anxious or socially clumsy or inexperienced isn’t the …

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