5 Online Resources I Found Helpful Last Week (April 2 to April 9)

A re-cap of awesome resources I've used for the week of April 2 to April 9th

1. Feedly

I just remembered I had an really old account - but still contains relevant content. I like feedly because it's essential your one-stop-shop for all sorts of good online content. Whether you want to learn about social media news, or read a blog about writing, whatever - it's super helpful and a great resource to have. Give it a look!

2. Sneaker Shouts

I got HEAVY back into sneakers. Buying, reading about, collecting - all of that. I'm not as big of a fiend as I once was, but I could see myself getting there. Ideally I won't, but we'll see.

Sneaker Shouts is an essential twitter account for any fellow shoe geek. They tweet constantly about new sneaker releases or price drops.

If you're interested, give them a follow and be sure to turn on twitter notification so you are notified when they tweet!

3. Law of Attraction Planner

I love this thing. It's hefty. It's positive. It has great messaging and a cool brand behind it. And it also helps me keep track of my day-to-day and week-to-week. When you are the marketing manager for 6 different hospitality properties, its necessary to have something that can keep track of everything. This one for sure does the job. Be sure to pick one up on Amazon.

4. Origin Meals

As I'll outline in an upcoming blog post, I've got a wonky gut. I've had stomach issues for as long as I can remember. So lately I've been putting a huge emphasis on what I'm eating.

Enter Origin Meals. If you're interested in what they can provide you, head over to their website and check them out. I'm on the Paleo Strict meal plan, so very low carbs and grains.

I've felt pretty good since starting, and the convenience is maybe the best part. The food is great, but having it already pre-made in my fridge when I get home is awesome.

5. Udemy

Udemy is my go-to when it comes to learning outside of the workplace. I've tried the whole local monthly event thing, and yeah that's cool but it's exhausting. Especially for a borderline extrovert like me. 

Udemy is perfect because, firstly, everything is usually on sale. The content is awesome and, almost essential in today's job market, you can add your Udemy courses to your LinkedIn profile.

Jump over and take a look. There is a good chance you'll find something you'll want to learn and at an incredibly fair price.