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Suggested reads for February 4, 2018

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Suggested reads for December 3, 2017

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Three months after the latest, here it is again a selection of nice reads I want to share with you. Hope you’ll enjoy it!

Suggested reads for August 3, 2016

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suggested reads for July 18th, 2015

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THE DAY I STOPPED POSTING SAFE INSTAGRAM PICTURES AND STARTED SHARING MY LIFE.

Beauty is in honesty and in the real. You have a voice. You have the tools. You have everything you need. So do it. And don’t stop half way. Put yourself out there and you’ll inspire others who share your struggle.
ELLE LUNA

Look and Feel and Feel

Every scroll through Twitter puts at least one person’s bad day, shitty experience, or moment of snark in front of me. These are good happy people – I know many of them in real life – but for whatever reason, Twitter is the place they let their shit loose. And while it’s easy to do, it’s not comfortable to be around. I don’t enjoy it.

Every scroll through Instagram puts someone’s good day in front of me. A vacation picture, something new they got that they love, pictures of nature, pictures of people they love, places they’ve been, and stuff they want to cheer about. It’s just flat out harder to be negative when sharing a picture. This isn’t a small thing – it’s a very big deal. I feel good when I browse Instagram.

That’s the feel that matters.
Jason Fried