Friday Finds

12 Apr

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Every Friday here on More Than A Beard (from here on out known as M-Tab, because it confuses Dave) we are going to be featuring  stuff. That we find.

Deep Stuff

Do you know what fear and doubt fear? Community. One of fear and doubt’s chief aims is to make you feel alone. Like you’re the only one who feels a certain way. Fear wants to isolate you and put you on an island. Well, you’re not alone—tons of people feel the same way. That’s what this site is about. Share your voices, and together we can beat them to the ground.

Wait, What?!

Good To Know

  • Whenever I make a to-do list, I make sure the first entry is “Make a to-do list” so I have something I can cross off right away. If you need a little more organization in your life, check out this method of making your to-do list less intimidating.
  • There is a lot of unrest in the employment world today. If you find yourself between jobs, make sure you brush up on 12 Things you wish you’d known before you took the job.
  • This foldaway bed/desk is a very cool idea for folks who are looking to use space more efficiently in a bedroom.
  • And to wrap it all up, memorize this list of 50 weird laws so you don’t end up on the wrong side of the law that says you can’t pick up seaweed from the beaches at night in New Hampshire:

 

Have you found any insightful/weird/helpful articles this week? Share with us in the comments!

-Aaron Pearson

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Aaron Pearson is a radio engineer living in Pequot Lakes, MN. He is a husband and almost a father (he and his wife are expecting their first son) which is why he is so excited to be a part of the MTAB community. Aaron is an avid disc-golfer, board-gamer, tinkerer, brown-thumb gardener, literary connoisseur (of the SF/Fantasy persuasion), and facial hair enthusiast.

photo credit: Stéfan via photopin cc

One Response to “Friday Finds”

  1. For the Love of God April 12, 2013 at 22:45 #

    Awesome Friday post!

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