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Another week has passed rich in information and stress, but also inspiration and creative moments! In today’s post, I share seven of my favorite links and articles. I think that they are relaxing and help us make a break from this Covid-19 serious news that, unfortunately, takes over the world.
I. ‘What You Can Say Instead Of ‘I don’t feel like it‘ by Leo Babauta on zenhabits.net
Generally, I’m trying to find the ideal conditions only when I have the perfect matched mood. So, I often procrastinate things I shouldn’t, even the smallest one because I don’t feel like this … This brilliant article explores tricks to motivate mood-tempered minds like mine. Easy reading and extremely inspiring!
II. 23 Creative DIY Ideas For How To Reuse Plastic Bottles on demilked.com
Upcycling and reusing are my favorites DIY. Anything from junks that can create something useful or beautiful is always welcome. This post has many ideas about reusing plastic bottles practically or decoratively. I’ve already found it a project to do during March. I hope you find much inspiration too!
III. 9 Designer Color Palettes for better homes and garden on bhg.com
For the moment I think I’ve decided on the colors of my next wall painting. The colors I chose are gray shades for our living room (not the fifty), bright purple for our kitchen, blue and neon green for our toddler’s room and red for our bedroom. This is my top list for the moment, but it’s not bad to take more ideas. This is a lovely post with inspired combinations for those you have the same plans for spring-like mine.
IV. How to Get People to Read Your Entire Blog by Neil Pattel on hub.blogspot.com
Every time I force myself not to do it; I open a blog post read the title and the first lines and then scroll down. I don’t read the first minutes, but from what I see I will decide if I will go back to the top and start the real reading. We live in the age of skimming as the article says. But, the truth is that we did this before; we just turned the page. This is article is very useful and the new appearance of my “SeVeN” is due to this article. And, I hope to help you read it more easily…
V. Things to Consider Before Starting An Etsy Shop on handmadeology.com
Love handmade and Etsy is such a wonderful to find and sell beautiful creations. As a tiny tiny part of it, I always find interesting reading about online entrepreneurship and Etsy tips. In this article, you can find some aspects of how to make your store more competitive and with a bigger advantage in the handmade market which could make a store special and unique.
Surely it’s one of the coincidence that ones say “What a bit of luck”. After my photo diary 50/365 post about sunset cliche, I found this interesting article, which has an even more interesting and funny video. It discusses twenty-five cliche in photography nowadays. The truth is that this list includes almost everything, but it’s intriguing to see what you like or photoshoot from another, more cynic perspective. But, the fact is that articles like this push you to explore more creative and new ways of photography.
VII. The Procrastination Test on psychologytoday.com
And, for the end a quiz for fun to make your Sunday more playful and search your procrastination personality aspects.
Wish you all a beautiful day!
Please stay calm and protect yourself and your significant others!