Start your week right! Every Sunday I post my favorite links from around the web and share my goals for the upcoming week.
Moving From Feedburner to Feedblitz: With Google Reader shutting down, many bloggers are nervous that Feedburner may be next. Katy Widrick decided to make the move now (as opposed to waiting until the announcement, which many people believe is inevitably coming) and details how to make the transition seamlessly to Feedblitz.
Why You Should Never Stop Job Hunting: Wise advice from Adam Britten of The Digital Careerist on why even if you have a job you love, you should always be keeping your eyes and ears open for your next career opportunity.
Practical Tactical Thursday: Communication Channels: With all the different communication channels available, Melissa Anzman of Loosen Your White Collar breaks down how each should be used when it comes to the job hunt and following up with a recruiter or HR manager.
On Social Media:
6 Facebook Enhancements You May Have Missed Since Jan. 1: If you work in social media, you know that Facebook is constantly changing. It can be challenging to keep up with. Thankfully, Arik Hanson has put together this awesome list of some of Facebook’s most recent changes and what it means for brands.
Scale and Non-Scale Victories: My amazing friend Meg from Write Meg is on a mission to become healthier and happier and I’ve been LOVING her posts lately about her journey. Since I went through my own healthy living transformation recently, I couldn’t be more excited for Meg and can’t wait to see what happens next.
This Week on JessicaLawlor.com:
Monthly Check-In: Goodbye March, Hello April: Every month, I take a look at the previous month and outline my goals for the month ahead. March was a fantastic month, and I’m looking forward to a productive April!
- Catch up on freelancing/guest posting. I have a pretty long list of post ideas for both my blog, along with guest posts and I plan to sit down this week, sans social media, to write, write, write.
- Stick to my workout schedule during the week. I’ve been doing a good job keeping up with my long runs on the weekends for Broad Street Run training, but I’ve been slacking a bit when it comes to my week-day shorter runs.
- Pack my lunch four out of the five work days this week-better for both my budget and waistline.
Have any links or goals you’d like to share? Leave them in the comments!