Daily Link Love | Volume 98

  • Daily Link Love is a collection of our favorite finds from across the web.  Things we’re lusting after, crushing on, and obsessing over.  If you’d like to submit a suggestion, or if you’d like us to feature a cause or project you’re working on let us know.


    In this post by Andi Teggart at Polish my Crown, we learn some tips and tricks for quickly recovering from a bad or chaotic day. Andi reminds us that even though we can enjoy everyday, we still have those times and days when things are not going our way. She gives us several ideas that we can use to turn our day, mood, or situation around to improve it and face it rather than hide from it. She says,

    “Yes, for the most part, I do enjoy every day, but there are some days where I am just plain mad or bad or sad. Rather than just pretend this negative energy and gloom doesn’t exist, I’ve learned to face it head on. We ALL have “those days” and it’s key to step outside of the situation (aka the mood you are in, the actual physical spot you’re in, whatever) and hit the REFRESH button on life.”


    In this post, Epistolary you, by Colleen Wainwright, she reminds us that when there is something in your life that you wish to work on or improve at, you need to do it every day. For her this was writing, for each of us we may have a different goal in mind but the key is give ourselves the time and opportunity to share in that activity in some way every single day. Think about your goal and how you can incorporate that into your life on a daily basis.

    “One of the best ways to get better at anything, writing included, is to do it every day.”

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About The Author

Leslie Cheromiah

Leslie believes deeply in finding inspiration in everyday things; people, places, words. With a Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology and a minor in Museology (Museum Studies) and a Master's in Secondary Education, she has been searching for her own inspiration. Leslie is the founder of Lexicology Editing & Communication Services, helping people find inspiration through the power of words.

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