Tag Archives: Link Love

Link Love: 10.2.14

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Nubby Twiglet | Palm Springs by Shauna Haider

• This article about blogger burnout and the shifting culture surrounding blogging in the New York Times was such a fascinating read.

• 3 rules for emailing a busy person.

• I’m a grown woman…and I can do whatever I want!

• 10 tips to write great blog post titles and email subject lines.

• It only makes sense that big dreams require big dreamers.

• A total guilty pleasure: The Coveteur reviews celebrity workout videos! I want them all.

• 7 ways for bloggers to be more productive.

• Here’s how to support the bloggers you love.

• After reading about his many, many eccentricities, I have a whole new appreciation for Nicolas Cage.

• These bird’s eye views show how much New York City has grown over the last 350 years.

• Do bloggers make more money than editors?

• The secret to success is to keep your overhead low.

• If you want to have great adventures, be curious.


Photo: Shauna Haider.
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Link Love: 9.25.14

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Nubby Twiglet | Jacques Dequeker

• How can you tell when a piece of writing is finished?

• What is it really like to blog about your home?

• All the comments on every single recipe blog pretty much go like this.

• What is your signature word?

• 5 unique ways to increase your blog traffic.

• Have you ever sat next to someone on an airplane that did something so disgusting that you couldn’t believe your eyes?! Well, now there’s a place to submit your photographic evidence. Behold Passenger Shaming.

• 10 foreign words that we need in English!

• You’re never too old for the internet.

• I’m hopeless at giving up sugar for good but it’s interesting to see how it affects the brain.

• A blog I’ve been enjoying a lot is Oh So Pretty. The layouts are so beautiful.

• I’ve shared these photos before but they’re just too good to not share again: sightseers throughout America in the 1970s and 80s.

• Blogger and former magazine editor Joanna Goddard shares 10 things she’s learned in her career.

• Have you seen the design concept for a five-story house that hangs off the edge of a cliff?!

• It’s so fascinating to take a look around this abandoned train station in Paris.

• Before you start writing, these four practices can get you focused.


Photo: Vogue Brazil by Jacques Dequeker.
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Link Love: 9.18.14

Nubby Twiglet | James Elliott

• The death of adulthood in American culture.

• The difference between riches, wealth and success.

• Want to make a statement with your feet? Blue Q socks are hilarious. My picks: “Men ruin stuff” and “I have mood swings.”

• Preserved moments of historical sass. This post is everything.

• The motherlode of vintage logos.

• The difference between “I did it!” and “It was worth it.”

• The blog is dead, long live the blog: Rachel Hills’ observations about the state of blogging.

• Check out these minimalist Instagrammers.

• What do you still wish to do in 2014?

• The essential rules that most salespeople forget.

• A ghostwriter applies at a wealthy white lady’s lifestyle blog.

• 9 startling things you might not know about Bettie Page.


Photo: James Elliott.
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Link Love: 9.11.14

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Nubby Twiglet | Link Love: Hiroyuki Kubo

• We’ve all been there: why did those clients hire someone else?!

• Once you’ve established yourself as a freelancer, it’s time to get your finances in order!

• This realization is so powerful: who is living your dream?

• Here’s how Crayola crayons are made.

• Do you feel like you have a strong social circle? I love Jessica’s thoughts on the girl group she never had.

• Photos comparing sites across the East Village from 1984 to now. Wow.

• I can’t believe how bright, airy and colorful this studio is. Looks straight out of a magazine!

• It’s easy to say no if you love something.

• New Yorker music critic Sasha Frere-Jones recently compiled a series of five playlists on Spotify of “perfect” songs for your listening pleasure!

• Wikipedia has pulled together a list of common misconceptions. Now you have some new content for small talk at parties.

• So cool: a rock and roll club in the middle of the desert!

• Remember, like attracts like.


Photo: Hiroyuki Kubo.
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Link Love: 9.4.14

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Nubby Twiglet | The Motivated Type

• 10 of the most fantastical Burning Man creations!

• Is the traditional office workspace on the verge of extinction thanks to technology?

• Women, we’re all girl bosses now.

• When you’re surrounded by negativity, how can you protect your energy?

• Steve Pavlina’s advice on selecting projects wisely is spot on. “Sometimes people dive into new projects because they really want to make some money or to “get something going.” They put pressure on themselves to start a project mainly for the sake of trying to create some forward momentum. While forward momentum can be a beautiful thing, I would actually recommend against this approach. Usually when I see people try to motivate themselves like this, their projects fizzle out within a matter of months, if they can complete them at all.”

• Jasmine Star has some goal setting advice.

• Why is it impossible to make plans these days?!

• Evernote is a must-have for a lot of creatives I know. If you want some tips on how yo put it to use for client projects, this is a great guide.

• Vin Diesel can sing. And, he does so by himself quite often, filming the performances for your listening pleasure.

• Basic but powerful advice: trash the “too” from your vocabulary.

• Molly Crabapple was interviewed over at The Great Discontent and it’s brilliant. “I suggest you focus in on your weirdness, your passions, and your fucked-up damage, and be yourself as truly as you can. Express that with as much craft, discipline, and rigor as you can; work as hard as you can to build a career out of that, and then you’ll create a career that you love and that’s true to yourself, as opposed to doing what you think other people want and burning yourself out when you’re older.”

• 50 essays that are guaranteed to make you a better person.

• Sea Of Shoes is one of my favorite fashion blogs (I’ve adored Jane’s style since 2008) and now, she’s partnered up with her boyfriend to create a food blog called Thyme & Temp. The photography is absolutely beautiful, check it out!

• The coolest closed down diner: Johnie’s Coffee Shop in LA.

• There is such a thing as a popcorn covered car.

• If you’ve ever gotten stumped on what certain photography terms mean, this glossary is a must-read.


Image: The Motivated Type.
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Link Love: 8.28.14

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Nubby Twiglet | Marta Dyks for Amica Magazine

• 10 vital WordPress security tips.

• The ups and downs of social media: quit Twitter before you’re hard, quit Instagram before you’re soft.

• What are the ways that you fuel your creativity offline?

6 great tips for creatives who work full time and also freelance.

• Why has there been such a sudden increase in food allergies? This may explain why.

• Writing a book is hard work. Here are some resources that can help.

• Real things haven’t changed.

• Make your own cake dome and cloche jars! So much more affordable to do this way!

• This guy lived alone in the woods alone for 30 years. The true story of the North Pond Hermit.

• It’s hard to stop comparing ourselves to others but absolutely necessary.

• Kandee Johnson shares 5 things she’d tell her teenage self.

• Raspberry crumble pancakes? Yes, please!

• This collection of color coded photography is so inspiring.

• Made me laugh: a collection of perfectly useless product designs!


Photo: Marta Dyks for Amica Magazine.
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Link Love: 8.21.14

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Nubby Twiglet | The Parker Palm Springs: Angie Silvy for Rue Magazine

• One of my favorite bloggers has been on an epic road trip and this isn’t your typical one, either. She’s driving down unmarked dirt roads, visiting ghost towns, stopping by abandoned hot springs…and sharing the whole experience!

• What happens when you like everything on Facebook?

• Such an insightful read: 5 questions for 100 designers.

• One of the trickiest parts of freelancing is when your clients go quiet. Bre has some great advice on how to chase them down and not be scary about it!

• 5 things you must do when applying to art colleges!

• I have a total crush on this perfectly executed ballpoint pen inspired script.

• This is one of the best bathroom remodels I’ve ever seen!

• What the heck is toothpaste, anyway?!

• I really enjoyed reading about Jenna Lyon’s beauty regimen. I hadn’t heard of about half the products she mentioned…but now I want to try them all.

• You’ve done a great job of being alive. Obviously, you deserve a medal.

• The expert guide to working from home.

• If your camera gear isn’t the best but you have a passion for photography, can you still make it work until you have the money to upgrade?

• This is how the sun sees you. A great reminder to wear sunscreen!

• A brief look at texting in movies.


Photo: The Parker Palm Springs by Angie Silyvy for Rue Magazine.
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