Do You Digg It Week In Review

This is a busy time of year for everyone (but really, isn’t all of the year?), and so I thought it might be prudent to take a minute and review the posts and blogs we visited this week, to give you one more chance to catch onto some great blogs you might have missed.

Digg It Blog Reviews

  • Review CalendarWe started the week off with a post revisiting Sustainable Dave, the man who isn’t throwing anything away for an entire year.  As his year comes to a close, Dave is all over the major news circuits.  Check out just how popular Sustainable Dave and his mission have become!
  • From there, we stopped in at Christine Kane‘s blog, where she is revolutionizing the way we do New Year’s Resolutions.
  • Then for a more traditional approach, we took a look at Tracy’s New Year’s Resolution Blog, which is actually an entire site devoted year-long to helping you prepare and achieve your resolutions.
  • As we got down to action on the first day after the New Year, we looked at Stuart Ginbey’s resources for Reprogramming the Mind for final success.
  • In our final post of the week, we visited Bradley, who is helping us get those thoughts outside our head where we can make the most of them (a motion seconded, we might add, by the very popular Benny Greenberg).

A New Week Begins

And so this concludes our week, as we saw the year 2008 out, and welcomed in 2009 with a spirit of positivity and success.  We’ll pick right back up where we left off tomorrow as we explore more of the best of the blogosphere.


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

 

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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
Do You Digg It! © 2017

 

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Ya-ttitude Benny GreenbergWhere to Find Ya-ttitude.com:
Blog URL: http://ya-ttitude.com/blog/
Category: Personal Development, Motivation

Ya-ttitude

Benny Greenberg, owner and author of Ya-ttitude.com, had one wish for his blog‚Äîfor it to be “an informal approach to positive attitude”. That is precisely what he’s achieved at Ya-ttitude. This blog is a place to go to lift your spirit and learn bit by bit how to live better and apply your positivity to success in both your work and personal life. And with Benny’s spirit and enthusiasm (something Benny’s really big on) to guide you, it’s easy to do.

Ya-ttitude – Why You Should Go

We all need more positivity in our lives. Most of us know that, but few of us are able to achieve it all on our own. In order to live in a continuous spirit of positivity it’s important to have tools and reminders. That is the purpose that blogs like Ya-ttitude serve; they work as a daily dose of inspiration to help us live in the now, with an attitude of possibility and success.

Ya-ttitude does that, and it also goes a step further. Benny Greenberg gives us our daily dose of insight, and he also marries it to real-life experiences. He shows us how to fight the fears and roadblocks of life, so that we can succeed in the face of all types of adversity and morale-busters. He does this in very practical and comprehendable ways, maximizing the impact of each and every message he delivers.

Summing Up Ya-ttitude

At Ya-ttitude, native New Yorker Benny Greenberg really is “defining attitude for the 21st Century”. Benny injects personality and humor into each post, and works to help the global community cure more of the ills that infect our attitudes in this modern age. Join Benny and his cyber-friends as we all work to combat our fears and criticisms, hurdles and hang-ups.

Go here to check out Ya-ttitude.


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

 

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