Wahoo Wednesday — Dang I Wish I Wrote That! Edition

Happy Canada Day!

Today’s Wahoo Wednesday theme is “Dang, I wish I wrote that!” I’ve discovered a couple of sites of late that have me green with envy, wildly excited by really great thoughts, brilliantly written. I can only hope they help me step up my game.

The first is called Mildly Creative. I don’t know about you, but sometimes, when I’m reading my 113th blog post about being remarkable, excellent, focused, perfect, instead of being inspired, I just feel exhausted. So, I love Ken Roberts idea of not aiming for perfection, excellence and market domination, but exploration, listening to your authentic self, being curious, showing up. Go, check it out. His Mild Manifesto alone is so brilliant, I’m not even sure you’re going to come back. (You’ll come back won’t you? Dang! I lose more readers this way.)

The second is Comfort Queen. Every time I read her, I say to myself, “Is this chick reading my mind and just expressing it better?”

Go enjoy! Get comforted and mildly creative.

And then come back, because I’m sure I have something that they don’t. Like, uhmm, a countdown to the solstice and equinoxes. That has to count for something doesn’t it?

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About Tentative Equinox North

Theatremaker, Homemaker, Thoughtmaker. Great hair, Probably looking forward to my next nap.
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3 Responses to Wahoo Wednesday — Dang I Wish I Wrote That! Edition

  1. mhmoore says:

    It’s ok. I am back. You are right, good posts there. I know just how you feel about the 113 posts, head is woozy, monitor is looking like my worst enemy.

    I’m not now nor ever will be perfect. It’s nice to try a bit though.(Note to self, not to try too hard, perfection is boring).

    I had to put all my favorites on my Google reader, simply because, next to a new, exciting, never read before book, articles are my favorite pass time. Always looking for new book, always finding new articles. Thanks for the suggestions.

  2. Ken says:

    Thanks for the kind words, Tentative. And not only will your readers be coming back, but you can add me to the list. Thanks again.

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