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Radical honesty

January 11, 2012 · 1 comment

I've been seeing more people sharing stuff on 'radical honesty' and living lives of simplicity without lying, and I'm not sure it's a coincidence that my most recent email sent out on was also talking about the lies that people tell each other and themselves. I think people are thinking more these days about avoiding the lies in their life…

What about you? Do you think you can get through each day without lying? Without lying to yourself?

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via +Sandra Renner

11 January 2012

via +Sandra Renner Reshared post from +Basic Blog Tips Have a wonderful day! Yoga for Bloggers with Self-Massage to Ease Neck and Shoulder Ache Google+: View post on Google+

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Loooove this post by +Joshua Becker

11 January 2012

Reshared post from +Lindsey Fox Loooove this post by +Joshua Becker Embedded Link Why Honesty is the Best Policy for Simplicity | Becoming Minimalist Simplicity in life cannot be achieved without honesty. Honesty can live without simplicity, but simplicity cannot live without honesty. Consider the fact… Google+: View post on Google+

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Cleaning up my blog

10 January 2012

I've mentioned it, but hadn't gotten around to it yet. I'm now starting the process of going through my blog post by post and deleting those posts that no longer mean anything to me, and never meant anything to anyone else (eg. no one ever commented on them). There's over 1,200 posts dating back to […]

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iTunes Match

10 January 2012

I just subscribed to iTunes Match and was absolutely amazed to find all the songs I've ever had in iTunes (including those that I've downloaded from obscure locations and CD imports) all sitting there in the cloud waiting for me to play on any device I want. Holy cow. Is it ok to be in […]

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Simplifying the circles

10 January 2012

Just stripped my circles from over 300 people down to about 60 people, and now I have only ONE circle – 'Interesting'. I don't think I need any more circles… anyone who's not interesting just doesn't get added. Google+: View post on Google+

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Now using Mailchimp for Inbox Publishing

10 January 2012

Just sent out my very first Mailchimp email. Excited. 🙂 Google+: View post on Google+

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Writing my first newsletter email

9 January 2012

I'm sitting here at Sydney Airport, waiting for my girlfriend's parents to board their flight back to China, writing to you on my iPad. All day I've had it in my head that I need to start writing for my new 'daily letters' newsletter I've started only a couple days ago. So now that I'm […]

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9 January 2012

What honestly needs to happen for you to feel happier in your life? Why isn't it happening? Google+: View post on Google+

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