Link Love: 7.31.14

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• The simple truth about how to get booked up and sell stuff.

This typeface defined the 1980s…but you’ve probably never heard of it.

• A hilarious Pinterest board of things that don’t need to exist.

• Got a job interview coming up? Here’s 20 questions to ask or be ready to answer!

20 signs that you’re succeeding in life, even if you don’t feel like you are.

• Are you suffering from a case of internet outrage?

• I love this post: Everything is wonderful. Everything is terrible.

• Joy Cho shares her thoughts on the changing world of blogging.

• Between 1935 and 1938, Berenice Abbott snapped photographs of various streets and storefronts across New York. Check out what’s still intact today.

• If something isn’t working for you, stop torturing yourself. Just stop doing it!

• How to ride a bike in a skirt.

• The Fresh Exchange shares the tools that are in their blog’s productivity toolbox.

• For your next design comp, why not use social good ipsum and give it a compassionate spin?

• It’s time to kick those excuses to the curb.

• J. Crew recently introduced XXXS sizing. Is this vanity sizing at its most extreme or just a case of catering to new international markets?

• Female entrepreneurs offer advice on conquering 7 career roadblocks.

• The daily schedules of creative geniuses.


Photo: Camille Walala.
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7 Responses to Link Love: 7.31.14

  1. Sara says:

    I always love your link roundup posts Shauna! You always find so many great things that I don’t see anywhere else. How do you do it?! Is your blog reader just overwhelmingly packed with blogs? Are you a speed reader? Do you have secret internet bots trolling the internet finding awesome articles for you? (I’m imagining all of these are true)

    • Shauna says:

      Sara: Thank you! I subscribe to a whole lot of blogs in Feedly and star my favorite posts throughout the week. And I also star interesting posts I come across on Twitter. It’s that simple!

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