The Internet is a big, big place.
It’s easy to get lost in the glorious sites out there (ah, far too lost, I’m afraid!).
I do my share of surfing and getting lost and have come across some sites that I really like. I’d like to share them with you with one caveat: these sites update frequently. so if you find something less than supportive of the ADDiva Network, let me know and I’ll remove that link. Conversely, if you find something you think deserves mentioning here, send it to me.
Deal? OK then, here you go:
National Association of Baby Boomer Women – Who knew there was a place just for baby boomers of the female persuasion? Pretty big site, too.
See Jane Work – tons of cool stuff to keep you organized and in control of your life.
Planner Pads – a client reminded me about these recently; they work great – I prefer the spiral bound so I don’t lose things.
43 Folders – the guy wouldn’t even respond to me when I asked if he’d be a guest at the ADDiva Network or ADDA, but the site’s still vibrant, even if he’s kinda a jerk.
ADDA (Attention Deficit Disorder Association)
CHADD (Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorders)
The Simple Truths of Life – Simple Truths is a treasured collection of lessons learned that you can turn to again and again for inspiration.
Hay House is the International Leader in Inspirational, Transformational, and Self-Help Publishing. Books, CDs, DVDs, Online Radio Events, and live lectures & event tickets for New York Times Best-selling authors!
Mixbook is the easy and fun way to make completely customizable photo books, cards, and calendars on the web – for free. With Mixbook, you aren’t limited to static pre-designed templates – our powerful design software gives you the freedom to lay out and design your creations to your heart’s content.