A Roller Coaster Week

This is my Saturday Rap where I give you my site updates and also deliver the best links I have found on the web for the week.

First, the site update…

Wow, what a week! I nearly had record highs and record lows this week. It was weird. A couple of my articles got a second wind on Stumble Upon, but one really took off. It was my article called…

What we all know about health, but don’t do.

It’s good reading if you need some motivation. Seems like about 1,400 readers would agree. 😉

And here’s the links…

I have 4 links altogether but this first one really hit home.

  1. The Razor’s Edge: Lessons in True Wealth – It has a very powerful ending, so please read it.
  2. The Socratic Method to Great Living (5 Simple Steps) – This is just a great read. Helps if ancient philosophers are your thing.
  3. Nerdy Productivity – I just love this post and the comics used to emphasize the points.
  4. Picking Warren Buffett’s Brain: Notes from a Novice – As some of you guys know I just love anything that has to do with the Oracle of Omaha.

Cheers,

Jeremy

Originally posted 2009-01-25 12:02:42. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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