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Link Worthy // nine

[A compilation of interesting and useful links.]

// Alexandra Franzen on pratipaksha bhavanam: how to remain calm when all around you panic, and be deliberate when surrounded by chaos. 

// Feeling of the Month Club. Discover your feelings by mail. Who doesn’t love getting mail? That you can CREATE with!

// A continuation on the story of mental burden that (mostly) women bear. This time, with cooking.

// How to find fun in tedious tasks. Brilliant advice.

// Fifty writing tools. Quick list. Open this any time you’re stuck.

// Maybe you don’t need more copy–maybe you need less. Bernadette Jiwa, brilliant as always.  

// Worth watching again. The chance to practice empathy is everywhere.

// Designing for complex scenarios. This will get your creativity flowing.

// Your next work break, do this. And bookmark it to come back to again and again.

// The power of careful editing. Watch it take place.

// Need to explain your idea in it’s simplest terms? Here’s your tool. This will make you a better writer.

// Austin Kleon’s schedule send. I need to do this more. A lot more.

// Photo by Kristopher Roller on Unsplash

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