Resolution Support For A Whole New Year

New Year's Resolution BlogWhere to Find New Year’s Resolution Blog:
Blog URL: http://www.newyearsresolutionsblog.com/
Category: Personal Development, Self Improvement

New Year’s Resolution Blog

Yesterday we took a look at a blog that has found a successful and sustainable alternative to traditional New Year’s Resolutions. Today we look at a blog that takes a more communal approach to those traditional resolutions at the New Year’s Resolution Blog.

New Year’s Resolution Blog – Why You Should Go

The New Year’s Resolution Blog was started by an admitted resolution breaker (but who isn’t?), Tracy. Understanding what it is that makes resolutions so hard to keep, Tracy decided to start up a site and a blog dedicated to helping herself and her community succeed in their resolve to improve—together, with support, the way the most successful resolutions are said to succeed.

To this end, Tracy has built in many posts and tools to help you from start to finish. There are posts to help you decide on a resolution, jumpstart your resolution, and others for “after the fact” to help you track and follow your resolution through. As an added bonus, you can go public by posting your resolution and adding that extra level of accountability. Tracy has also built up a team of six other writers to help her, and you, along the way, with articles and posts to inspire and motivate, as well as stories of their own success.

Summing Up New Year’s Resolution Blog

Last year this blog saw a break in the action, but came back bigger and better, with a new design, features, and determination to build a successful community of resolution-makers. Tracy and her crew have a great thing going here, and your continued participation can only help to keep it moving. Check out the New Year’s Resolution Blog and ready yourself for an even more successful year ahead!

Go here to check out New Year’s Resolution Blog and Have a Happy New Year!


Mary Ward
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Blog Review Team
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Revolutionary Resolutions

Christine Kane's BlogWhere to Find Christine Kane’s Blog:
Blog URL: http://christinekane.com/blog/
Category: Personal Development, Success

Christine Kane’s Blog

There is a back-story to how I came across Christine Kane‘s Blog. It goes something like this:

I wanted to find a blog that focused on New Year’s Resolutions—being that that is the spirit of the season and all. So I searched amongst our faithful search engines for a resolutions blog. I found many to help you deal with conflict resolution (maybe for another day) and resolutions to legal problems, before finally finding, on the second page of results, a few return for blogs about New Year’s resolutions. However, true to so much resolution form, they had a few dated posts from this time last year or the year before, and then were defunct. So much for those blogging resolutions.

One of the results I got was for an archived post from this time last year at Christine Kane‘s Blog. Upon visiting, I was happy to discover that Christine bucked the trend and, although her blog was not exclusively devoted to New Year’s resolutions, she did certainly make good on her version of resolve, and continues to find ways to better herself and her community annually, throughout the year.

Christine Kane’s Blog – Why You Should Go

Quite likely the reason that Christine has succeeded where so many others have failed is that she does not take the traditional approach to Resolutions for the New Year. Why not? Because she knows what we all know—resolutions hardly ever succeed, because they approach change from the wrong angle, and they take on too much in too short a time.

To remedy the situation, Christine resolved years ago not to make a resolution, but to choose a word for change for the entire New Year instead. It’s a simple concept with a very reasonable foundation and one that is proving successful for not only Christine and her co-founding friend, but for the many readers and commenters at her blog. This, married with Christine’s regular focus on creativity, consciousness, and courageousness, combines to make hers an excellent blog for those of us who truly hope to elicit change in the New Year. It is also an excellent blog to follow throughout as you continue on that path to success and fulfillment.

Summing Up Christine Kane’s Blog

Christine’s blog is in full-swing with this year’s Word of the Year initiative, so it is prime time to join in the success and empowerment. As you look for successful supports for your New Year’s resolutions, this is a blog you’ll want to see, and one you’ll want to revisit over and over again to maintain that success for all the days of 2009 (and beyond!).

Go here to check out Christine Kane’s Blog.


Mary Ward
Do You Digg It!
Blog Review Team
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Sustainable Dave Still Making News

365 Days of TrashCategory: Green Living, Environment

We first met Sustainable Dave back in August with our review of his blog, 365 Days of Trash. Back then, Dave Chameides was about mid-way through his life-project of not throwing anything away for an entire year. Now, as his year begins to near a close, Dave is drawing even more attention.

Dave’s efforts were recently the headline story on Yahoo! News. Upon searching, there are many more stories about Dave’s innovative approach to greener living. He has also been the feature of stories in Time Magazine and several others.

Proof We All Can Do Better

Dave’s year-long project stands as proof of just what he set out to show—that 1600 pounds of trash for the average family is too much, and that with some conscious effort, we all can live well, live sustainably, and leave far less of an impact on the earth behind us.

These stories are well-timed as we look back at our blog reviews from the past year. This is a great reminder that there are people like Dave Chameides out there doing great things and maintaining a high quality of modern life. It’s proof positive that sustainable living is achievable living, and something to strive for as we look to improve our lives in the coming year and preserve the planet for our children.

Revisit Dave’s blogs, and take away some new things for you to try this year. Perhaps the commitment to throw nothing away is still a bit elusive for you, but nevertheless, as Dave has worked so tirelessly to show, there is much that you can do and hardly feel a pang in he process (more likely, you’ll find multiple benefits to you your more sustainable life).


Mary Ward
Do You Digg It!
Blog Review Team
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To Your Success In The New Year!

Celebrate Success!Category: Do you Digg It

Too early for New Year’s posts and resolutions? Never. It’s never too early to take a positive look back, to learn from the resources at hand, and to plan for a bigger and better future. So just as Christmas seems the right time to revisit photoblogs of past reviews, this time of year also seems the right time to revisit the many excellent success and motivational blogs that have graced the cyberpages of Do You Digg It.

Do It Myself BlogGlenda Watson Hyatt has been the focus of posts here a couple of times. She is a truly inspirational person, one succeeding far beyond the average person, despite seemingly insurmountable challenges. If ever there was a person to prove that all things are possible, it’s Glenda. Be sure to see her blog and make it a regular stoop for continued motivation throughout the year.
Successful Blog – Liz Strauss has earned her big name in blogging and success motivation. Hers is a community with arms wide-open, sharing the best of blogging and success. And somehow, Liz always finds the time to meet new bloggers and commenters, and give a personal warm welcome and note of support. Make hers the stop for support and friendship on your journey on the path of success.
Positive Thinking – Kenny McBride shows us that positive thinking is an international action! For real, down-to-earth positivity and success communication, stop by Kenny’s blog.
• Our Own Sean Rasmussen – I know it’s only been days since we overviewed Sean’s blogs, but there is no rounding up success communication blogs without mentioning his. For ongoing success motivation and lots of great motivational freebies and eBooks, Sean’s blogs are a “must stop.”

Of course, these are not at all close to being all of our success and motivation blog reviews. There have been many over the course of the year, all of which you can access through the archives and categories of personal development, motivation, and success. Spend some time here reviewing the reviews, and pick out a few to follow to keep you motivated toward even more success this year.

Wishing you the most successful year ever!


Mary Ward
Do You Digg It!
Blog Review Team
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Merry Christmas Every One!

This is the time of year when we all have to stop and give pause to say Thank You and wish each other the very best.  Regardless of your beliefs and traditions, we wish you a very happy holiday season–a Merry Christmas and a joyous time for you and all of yours.

Thank You For Your Support

As the year nears a close, Sean Rasmussen and I would like to extend our thanks to you for continuing to visit Do You Digg It.  We appreciate your comments, contributions, and enthusiasm, not only to Digg It but to the larger blogging world.  Unique bloggers are what makes the blogosphere all that it is.  You are, each of you, inspiration to us and to your readers, and to each other, too.

A Prosperous Year To Come

Soon we will be ringing in the New Year, and we also look forward to digging up more great blogs and topics of interest.  We hope that each of you find the reward you seek from your blogging endeavors–whether as writer or reader.

So from Digg It! to you, and to all of those bloggers we’ve yet to meet,

Merry Christmas,  Happy Holidays, and a most rewarding and prosperous New Year!


Mary Ward
Do You Digg It!
Blog Review Team
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Christmas Around The World

Eiffel Tower for the HolidaysCategory: Do You Digg It, Photography

Over the past month or so our eyes were treated to a series of posts reviewing photoblogs from various points around the globe. These come to mind again with the coming of the holidays. After all, what better time of year to see the sites of the world than on Christmas Eve? No doubt this is a prime time to be following the many photoblogs from around the world to see both the well-known sites and photos of Christmas around the world on the less-beaten paths.

And so, today we go back to our photoblog reviews to visit these sites and lift our holiday spirits, visiting once again our photoblogging friends from the past weeks.

Of course there are more sites to be seen and more great photo tips to be had, so do be sure to check them all out in the Photography category.

Merry Christmas To All

Last but certainly not in the least, a heartfelt Merry Christmas to each and every one of you; Enjoy this special time and may you have the best holiday ever!


Mary Ward
Do You Digg It!
Blog Review Team
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A Busy Blogger Indeed

Sean Rasmussen on Blog CatalogWhere to Find Sean Rasmussen’s Blogs:
Blog URL: http://www.blogcatalog.com/user/Bullhunter
Category: Success, Positivity, Mindset, Wealth Creation

The Sean Rasmussen Family Of Blogs

Many of you know that Do You Digg It is the creation of Sean Rasmussen, a leading internet marketer and success communicator. Many of you have found Digg It through his many other works, and many of you may have been introduced to his works through mention in a select few past posts here on Digg It.

For those of you who have not become familiar with Sean’s work—and even many of you who have—you may be surprised at how extensive a network of blogs it really is. Today, as I sit here in the non-electrified silence contemplating great blogs, Sean’s came, naturally, to mind. It seems a good time to return the favor to Sean and point you on your way to his many projects and works.

SeanRasmussen.com

You’ll want to start out here, at the Daddy of them all, Sean’s personal blog. This is where he does the bulk of his work in success communication and mindset. It is also the best place to get to know Sean Rasmussen on a more personal level (visit his recent posts from Disney Hong Kong to find out why he, too, has been a little indisposed lately!).

Wealth Creation Blog

This blog deals more on the business end of things. It is a blog where Sean blogs on the topic of wealth creation, and also very much on its co-companion, success mindset and attitude. Much of this is inspired by Jamie McIntyre and the 21st Century Academy, a wealth empowerment course you can also learn more about through his 21st Century Academy blog.

SeanSeo

Over the past four or five years, Sean Rasmussen has made quite a name for himself in the world of internet marketing, giving up the rat race to live a more profitable and free lifestyle—the best of all worlds! Graciously, Sean shares his collected and tried knowledge with other budding internet marketers through his SeanSEO blog, as well as a number of others.

Stocks And Investing

Some of the strategies that have made Sean the success that he is now are the share and stock market investing strategies he learned through Jamie McIntyre and others. You can learn about these in his blogs Planet Wealth Stock Market Blog and BullHunter’s Guide.

Still More!

Believe it or not, this is not a conclusive list of Sean’s blogging efforts. There are even still more to find and enjoy and learn from. You can see the full list on Sean Rasmussen’s Blog Catalog page.

Sean’s blogs have been a too-well kept secret around here for far too long. Enjoy some time this week choosing amongst Sean’s excellent blog projects, and enjoy a prosperous New Year!


Mary Ward
Do You Digg It!
Blog Review Team
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Reviewing Early Excellence

Category: Do You Digg It

Early on, while Digg It was just getting its start, we had reviewed many excellent blogs. In fact, those high-quality blogs were the very ones that gave Do You Digg It its great start, and grew it into the blog it is today (one that we hope will continue to grow and gain more attention). It occurred to me, though, in my many spare hours to sit and think, that since the blog was new, and still building its readership base, these great blogs could easily have been looked over. And so it seems a good time to go back and look at some of our earliest blog reviews, so that none of you miss out on any of these motivational, inspirational, or innovative blogs.

Anges bizAnge’s Biz – The one that started it all. Ange Recchia is a motivational force of blogging, another Aussie dynamo to lift your spirits.
Ya-ttitude! – Benny Greenberg does motivation like no other. One of our most popular blog reviews to date, you do not want to miss this one!
99 Bloggers – Alfafoobar created 99 Bloggers as a collaborative effort where up to 99 bloggers of different interests and backgrounds could some together in a cohesive mix to blog on topics of interest to them and the blog’s readers. It’s a top-notch blog forging its own path, a place to visit regularly to learn on a wide variety of interesting topics (you might even see our own Sean Rasmussen there!).

These are only a few of the great blogs that deserve your attention. There were many others that you’ll want to explore, so do be sure to check out the archives and categories to find the best blogs you may never have known about!


Mary Ward
Do You Digg It!
Blog Review Team
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Living In The Past

Category: Do You Digg It

Surely if you are one of our blog subscribers you have noticed a marked decline in blog reviews this week. This is what happens when the past meets the future, and Mother Nature collides with modern services and conveniences.

Blame It On The Weather

Depending on where you are and how much of the news you watch, you may or may not be aware that much of New England, where I live, was hit with a “once in a lifetime” ice storm late last week—Thursday night into early Friday. In just the span of about 12 hours, somewhere upwards of 150,000 people lost power and service to their homes; that figure is probably grossly inaccurate, seeing as how I have been effectively cut off from the outside world and my grasp at the news is spotty at best. In fact, I do think that figure is one calculated after many people had been restored.

I, however, have still not been restored to the 21st Century. We did finally see one of the very hard-working electric repair crews on our road yesterday, giving us a glimmer of hope, only to have those hopes dashed when they informed us that even though they were repairing our lines, the high tension lines that service our circuit are badly damaged, and will require days’ more work before they can transmit electricity to the residential lines. Saturday is our estimated fair optimistic target for restored services, although it sounded a tenuous estimation at best. And with 6 to 12 inches of snow coming in on Friday, the chances for delayed repairs only continue to grow.

That’s My Story, I’m Sticking To It

Thus explains my absence in the world of blog review this week. As I can, I travel towns away to relatives who are lucky enough to live in the year 2008 and usurp their electricity and services, and charge up my laptop batteries for a couple hours’ worth of work in the morning darkness. If I sound bitter, well, the novelty of the pioneering lifestyle is beginning to wear off. I’m ready for a nice hot soak in a tub and a handy internet connection once again. Soon, in the grand scheme of things, it’ll come, so we’re doing our best to stay positive, glad that our wood heat and gas services make for fairly comfortable living otherwise.

In the mean time, don’t pity me, we’re all just fine, and so much better off than so many others—some who may not see service until a week after Christmas! While I’m here I have it in mind to look back through our older posts and draw attention to some much deserving blogs once again, some we you may have missed or that we may not have heard from in a while. I hope you enjoy this look into the past as I experience historic living first hand!


Mary Ward
Do You Digg It!
Blog Review Team
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Helping You Keep Kids Safe Online

Internet SafetyWhere to Find Internet Safety:
Blog URL: http://internetsafetyeducator.com/
Category: Internet, Children, Parenting

Internet Safety – For Our Children’s Sake

Internet safety is a job for Jace Shoemaker-Galloway, but it is so much more to her, too. Much in the same vain as community child protection is both a business and a passion for Megan Bayliss, internet safety education and awareness is a whole-life passion for Jace. This blog is your online portal to that passion and the work she does each and every day.

Internet Safety – For Our Children’s Sake – Why You Should Go

Jace’s work and passion is internet safety for children and teens. It is one of the “buzz word” topics of the day—one that that we as adults and parents know is of eminent importance, but that runs the risk of becoming part of that background buzz; and that is precisely why blogs like Jace’s, and indeed Megan’s as well, are so important—to not only remind us that we have a task at hand, but to also put the tools of safety and success in them. On this blog Jace talks about the how and the why of internet safety, delivering real advice, solutions, and prevention tips and techniques. All of these stem from her work as an internet safety educator, work she has been devoted to for the past four years, educating parents and children and developing innovative programs for each.

Summing Up Internet Safety – For Our Children’s Sake

Internet safety is an issue that will only continue to grow in importance. It is also an issue with the potential to overwhelm the average parent or caregiver/educator with information overload. At this blog, Jace rights the balance again, delivering the most important news and tools for keeping our children safe online.

Go here to check out Internet Safety – For Our Children’s Sake.


Mary Ward
Do You Digg It!
Blog Review Team
Do You Digg It! © 2017

 

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