Saturday, September 11, 2010

Link Love: September 11, 2010

Hope you are loving the start of your weekend! I haven't shown any link love in the past three months because I have been moving around so much that I never really got the chance to catch up on my favorite websites and read new finds.

The first ten days of this month made up for lost time!

Connected Kingdom Podcast Episode 18 by Tim Challies
This podcast discusses the question, "Do Christians really suffer from depression and, if they do, what does this say about their spiritual state?" If you love psychology and behavioral science like I do, this is your kind of podcast.

You Need a Mother Very Badly by Brett Harris
Written by a son who recently lost his mother. It made me cry.

Who's in the Blogosphere? by Flowtown
A graphical presentation on who's blogging, where, and how much they make doing it.

Amy's Humble Musings by Amy Scott
Another insightful wifey/mommy blog from a a funny lady who loves God!

her.menutics by Christianity Today
The official blog of Christianity Today for women. Lots of great content!

So, you're thinking about starting a blog by chookooloonks
For all you readers out there who finally want to get a blog started!

The Empathic Civilisation by theRSA.org
The evolution of empathy in society author Jeremy Rifkin.

Use an Editorial Calendar by Chris Brogan
This is a great habit to those who want to establish discipline in blogging. I use an editorial calendar loosely at this point (for very specific reasons) and until 2011. But I do have a more rigid one in place for 2012. Chris Brogan talks about a very useful Wordpress plugin that is great for planning out your content. I will probably never be able to use this plugin (just 'cause Blogger is much more my style!) -- but to those who host their blog on Wordpress, this is fantastic!

PhotogFreebies.com
A website of free photography resources. The layout is so easy on the eyes!

The Holstee Manifesto
Look at it and you'll know why I want to print this and put it on a wall by my desk.