what’s incredible for me is that across vast space, the internet has aided us in finding each other, and connecting deeply.
for all the critics out there who say the internet is decreasing real human relations, i disagree. i have met people that i would otherwise never have known from blogs and twitter and consider them close to my heart. many i have had the warm joy of meeting face to face after meeting them on their blogs.
there are stories of people falling in love online. under the milky way.
here are some of my favorite blogs that i found in 2009;
for the mother lode of social media and sheer energetic power, and where it all began for me and continues for me; danielle laporte @ whitehottruth.com
for expansive exciting social media ideas–i actually don’t totally understand WHAT she does it’s so broad– a finger in every pie with soul; gwen bell @ gwenbell.com
for the moments when i am feeling heavy and in a bad mood, and need a silly laugh out loud hit; danon sascoa @ insatiablehost.blogspot.com
for inspiration about the creative life; diane solis @ dmsolis.blogspot.com
for the sheer beauty of living; tea and cookies @ teaandcookies.blogspot.com
for balls-to-the-wall with sheer vulnerability kind of blogging; penelope trunk @ blog.penelopetrunk.com
and some up-and-comers;
video tutorial services; karen yaeger @ openskyvideo.com
the journey of writing and self-discovery; angela kelsey @ graciespeaks.com
yoga, knitting, buddhism, general sass and fabulosity; becca grossman @ beccafaithyoga.com