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Feedly rocks! End post. Just kidding. Seriously though, ever since Google announced that Google Reader was going bye bye as of July 1st, 2013 I began wondering what I could use in place of it.
I have to confess. I didn’t use Google Reader all that much to begin with it. I’m a visual person and quite frankly Google Reader was so aesthetically unpleasing that I often relied on Google Alerts and Triberr to let me know when new articles popped up from some of my favorite blogs. Or I would browse my Twitter lists to see what my peeps was up to … Not always the most efficiently way with staying in the know.
As with everything I do – EVENTUALLY I come to the question, how can I do this more efficiently and/or inexpensively? I knew grabbing bits and pieces of content from multiple resources was not the best use of my time. And getting Google Alerts each time a blog posted a new article, was cluttering up my inbox. NOT fun!!
Recently as I was listening to one of Michael Hyatt’s podcasts; he had mentioned Feedly. Go Michael! I have heard of this service before, but never gave it much thought until now. The minute I logged in, I was hooked. I had found a home for all my content consumption … Okay. At least most of it.
Organize your favorite blogs, news sites, podcasts and Youtube channels and access them all in one place (or sync with Google Reader).
Outside of the fact that Feedly is just so much purtier ;-), it’s a lot easier to use and you can import your feeds from Google Reader so you don’t have to lose the feeds you’ve already added.
Recently I read an article created by Peggy of PositivelyPeggy.com on The Beauty of a Dream. Great article. But what really stood out for me is like her I created my bucket list some time ago. Many of my dreams I’ve been able to accomplish and many I’m still working on.
Hmm … reminder: update bucket list.
But in the process of my new motivation to revisit my buck list and inject the power of dream back into my life, I realized something. My business is (and has been) a central part of my life – yet I do not have a bucket list for it.