Lots of folks still publishing roundups of 2015 this week.
I enjoyed reading Amy McLay Paterson’s article “I read 164 books in 2015 and tracked them all in a spreadsheet. Here’s what I learned.”
Walt Crawford’s reading list cracked me up. I love that he is unapologetic about his love of crime fiction and other genre books. I feel embarrassed sometimes about reading trashy books, but if you want to see the good, the bad and the ugly of the books I read, send me a friend request on Goodreads.
And, while we’re talking about books, I love this funny and sweet “22 Stages of Visiting Your Public Library.”
You know it’s the new year because there has been a deluge of articles about goal planning, making goals, sticking to goals, writing down goals, etc. However, this short article titled “How to Establish a Daily Practice of Almost Anything in 6 Steps” seems both simple and doable.
Video of the Week
“Paper World” is a beautiful animated short about how we are all connected.
why are all these people keeping spreadsheets instead of just using goodreads? :) great links, thanks dude
Ha ha, I know. Goodreads is such a habit for me now, I couldn’t imagine not updating Goodreads the second I start or finish a book anymore.