Pop Goes the Library

Using Pop Culture to Make Libraries Better.

by Sophie Brookover, Liz Burns, Melissa Rabey, Susan Quinn, John Klima, Carlie Webber, Karen Corday, and Eli Neiburger. We're librarians. We're pop culture mavens. We're Pop Culture Librarians.


5 Blogs Meme

So, Pete Bromberg tagged me with this one a while back, and I think I've been not responding in large part because I'm really not keeping up with blogs right now. I have quite a bit going on in my life at work and at home, and all things blog are sort of taking a backseat, except for the team blog that my department is using at work -- I'm participating in that daily!

So, with the caveat that I'm not blogging it up as much as usual right now, here are three non-LIS blogs I am enjoying so much that I make sure to check my feeds for them daily.

The Happiness Project: Gretchen Rubin is "writing a memoir about the year I spent test-driving every principle, tip, theory, and scientific study I could find, whether from Aristotle or St. Therese or Martin Seligman or Oprah." Sounds cool to me! I particuarly like Tip Wednesdays.

David Seah on Productivity: So creative, so in tune with his own process of getting motivated, getting done, getting ON with things. Definitely check out the Printable CEO downloads -- lots of useful stuff there.

Soulemama: Amanda Soule lives in rural Maine with her three homeschooled/unschooled kids, and has the kind of creative brain I dream of having. Just looking at her sewing projects is enough to make me price out sewing machines, and reading about the ways in which she really knows each of her kids is inspiring to me. Soulemama is my present drug of choice. I can't wait for her book to be published.

I think I'll pass on tagging anyone, as this meme has most likely run its course. Sorry I got to the party so late!

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