So much to read, so little time.
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    Medium If you read ONLY one of theseπŸ‘‡πŸΌ
    Medium is an online publishing platform developed by Twitter co-founder Evan Williams. Sort of like as it's regular people, as well as professional writers, contributing essays, humor and personal experience. HIGHLY recommend due to the variety of content. And yes, YOU can contribute too. A way to try out those writing chops with out the limitations of bullet points. Oops πŸ™Š
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    theSkimm @theSkimm
    Created by Danielle Weisberg & Carly Zakin, Co-Founders. Every weekday morning, theSkimm sends an email with the top stories. It's a concise compilation, with links for further exploration if something piques your interest. Also they have a 'Skimm Ahead' free app, contests for cool stuff and it's Oprah's favorite email newsletter. As they say at the end of the newsletter, Share that Sh*t.
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    Washington Post
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    There are two OZY newsletters I get-OZY Weekly and OZY Presidential Daily Brief. To be honest, I've always read the weekly (hey, it's the fun one!) and the presidential daily, not so much-read: serious and requires concentration πŸ’πŸΌ. But now? I'm reading that shit.
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    The Daily Positive
    By Dale Partridge Always uplifting articles. Topics not only about self affirmation but relationships, money management, blogging, family dynamics and spirituality. He is a Christian and doesn't hide the fact but he's never preachy. I've seen him on CNN and he's written several books. HE tells you how to make REAL MONEY blogging so that's worth checking out alone!
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    Great mix of articles relating to everything from movies to sex to travel and FOOD. Always entertaining. Sometimes I clear my history after reading some of their more provocative offerings. 😳
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    For anyone who likes to travel, get ideas for travel destinations or just learn about cool, weird and offbeat places in the world. Every newsletter is filled with something spooky (cemeteries, ghost towns & caves) and much that is educational Roadtrippers also has an app and using location services on your phone, tells you fun things to see and do along the way...if your partner will ever let you stop. 🀣
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    I might add more later but I need to get back to my reading πŸ“§ πŸ‘“ πŸ“–
    I hope you check out some of these based on interest and time. And ESPECIALLY IF YOU'D LIKE TO TRY YOUR HAND AT WRITING, make a point to checkout MEDIUM. They need writers-just write what you know.πŸ€” If you do, let me know-I'd LOVE to read it πŸ’–β€οΈπŸ’–