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May 10, 2019 08:09:58

My favourite newsletters

by @juliasaxena | 230 words | 127🔥 | 131💌

Julia Saxena

Current day streak: 127🔥
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People say that we've all fallen out of love with email. Gone are the times when we got excited about receiving an electronic message... because there are just too many bombarding us these days. 

Not me though. 

I still love email. Not all of it. But I look forward to receiving emails from a couple of people. These emails go automatically into a specific folder I've created in my Gmail account. I open the folder when I get some time for myself, when I want to relax, when I feel a little down, or when I look for inspiration on what to write on 200WAD. 

Here are some of the people I've let into my special folder: 

Josh Spector - For The Interested Newsletter 

He sends 10 ideas worth sharing once a week. I always love at least 6 of the included links. 

Mr. Money Mustache 

Financial freedom, early retirement, no BS, straight to the point. 

James Clear 

The author of 'Atomic Habits' sends a new article every week about ... well... habits. Great stuff. 

Jocelyn K. Glei 

Another great newsletter of curated articles about creativity, productivity, and finding meaning in life. 

The Zapier Blog 

Those guys really take time to create in-depth highly valuable articles on a great variety of topics. 

Cal Newport 

The author of 'So good they can't ignore you', 'Digital Minimalism', and 'Deep Work' shares his most recent insights and thinking. 

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    @juliasaxena Good suggestions. Thanks for sharing.

    Brandon Wilson avatar Brandon Wilson | May 10, 2019 08:28:39
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    @juliasaxena Thank you for inspiration :) ... I like newsletters a lot too .. but sometimes the bloggers get a little crazy and send too many emails hehe ... The best is if they announce a new post + some news from daily life ... once (max twice) a week ...

    Efran avatar Efran | May 10, 2019 15:02:49
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