Link It Up: Must Read Posts on 7.27.2012

For your reading pleasure, it’s time to again share some of my favorite posts and articles from the past week…

I LOVE THE CLEVE:

The Art of Manliness featured Cleveland’s own Dan Deagan in So You Want My Job: Restaurant Owner. I love the insight that Deagan provides – and the picture they used in the post!

SOCIAL MEDIA READS:

First:  read Why Every Social Media Manager Should Be Under 25. Then read the comments on that post. Hilarious.

Second: read one of the rebuttals: Why only people over 40 should do social media for a living. Make sure to read the author’s final note: such a valid point. I’m off to update my bio photos…

SOME OTHER FAVORITES:

My girl Kimberly hit the nail on the head with her post last Friday: Making Friends As An Adult.

I really needed MizFitOnline’s Four Tips For Flying Your Freak Flag this week. Rock on, Carla.

Yoganonymous’ blog reminds us that Practice Makes… Well, Practice. Remember: all that practice on your mat in turn helps you off of it.

And a huge thanks to Morgan at Becoming Rooks for sharing this infographic – just in time for the Olympics!

(picture source: memebase.com/)

With those rules, I think we all might be a bit tipsy by the end of today! Enjoy your weekend!

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7 thoughts on “Link It Up: Must Read Posts on 7.27.2012

  1. Greg Kuhn

    As a forty-five year old, I love the social media posts. Last year, my son and I were driving to school and I saw a Walgreens’ marquee with the message: “Follow Us on Facebook”. I told my son I imagined some marketing executive having touted, “I know how to capture the teenage market: get a presence on Facebook!” Then I told him that what Walgreens had actually done was send a very clear message to teenagers to never use Facebook again!

    Thank you for posting these links!

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    1. Alicia at Poise in Parma Post author

      oooooh, good point. I hadn’t noticed that. Maybe if you leave a comment on that post, they’d kindly link you back?

      Reply

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