Links We Like
AARP - Even though this targets the senior audiences, there is still plenty of great information for all ages on areas of health, family, education, politics, finance, and leisure.
Active.com - For the active person, whether participating individually or on a team, this site has useful tools and articles for training, health and nutrition. They also have numerous specialty e-newsletters to choose from.
Common Sense Media - All parents should check out this site. It is an essential resource and wealth of information on all venues of media that target our children (TV, radio, internet, video games, movies, cell phones, etc).
Forbes - Their ‘best of the web’ is a great way to streamline surfing the net. It is a dangerous site for procrastinators, but a great place to lose yourself when feeling out of touch with the world... and business, leisure, health, education, culture, and the list goes on.
Jim Collins - An online resource that complements his valuable literature. It contains helpful research and application for evolving leaders.
Learning Meditation - Not only a resource for learning how to meditate, but it also has audios for which you can actually listen to and practice. Get your headphones if you have people nearby. It also has other links for those exploring a spiritual journey.
Parent Center - Primarily targets novice parents, but has helpful information on all aspects of parenting.
Washington Post - Obviously good for our neighborhood community, but beneficial to all locales. Check out the blogs, too.
Web MD - the most comprehensive guide to your health and well-being. Everyone should have this site bookmarked... and check in here periodically for updates. There is also an assortment of valuable e-newsletters.