Other People’s Handiwork

Just out of curiosity — which social networking sites do you use and why? Are you using and/or excited about G+?

I haven’t looked at it. Do you think it will replace Facebook? At the rate that Facebook makes poor “upgrades,” it might… I’ve heard that people are happier with the privacy policies (which is funny, given Google’s history of privacy issues), but I’ve also heard that privacy on photos is vague and suspect. Again, I haven’t looked at it — this is all hearsay.

I’m on Facebook and Twitter, though I’m really just starting to do much with Twitter. Honestly, I’m not a fan, but it seems like a prudent business move.


Of course, some of these articles that I’m sharing with you today I found through Twitter…

Greening The Little Things: A Homemade + “Hack” Round-Up from Bonzai Aphrodite (@bonzaiaphrodite): A link roundup to alternatives for small, everyday disposables, some plastic, some paper.

The Intersection of Fit and Fun from Zen Habits (@zenhabits): Being active doesn’t have to be a chore. Neither does eating well.

When did you get old? from Seth’s Blog (@sethsblog): A great, short post on one of my pet-peeves.

An afternoon in the emergency room from Prime Fitness for Women (@themusclediva): Getting weird, random, uncomfortable sensations in your chest checked out isn’t a stupid thing to do.

The Thing that Keeps You From Doing Great Things from No Meat Athlete (@NoMeatAthlete): Meet The Resistance, places it shows up obviously and not-so-obviously, and what to do about it.

Some of these are blogs I read regularly. Others have crossed my path in various places. If you have a blog that you love to read that you think I might be interested in, pass it along!


2 responses to this post.

  1. Heather, thanks so much for the link to primefit.org! Through it, I discovered your website, and I look forward to learning more about you.


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