2 E-Mail Lists Worth Subscribing To

I know we are all inundated with too much information these days and adding additional emails to our seemingly never ending list may not sound like an idea to get excited about but hear me out….

I have subscribed to a lot of lists in my day and have ended up un-subscribing to all but 2 which I now read every email I receive from.  And here they are in order of time needed to read them:

  1. PassItOn.com Daily Quotes – The Foundation for a Better Life creates public service campaigns to communicate the values that make a difference in our communities. You may have seen their billboards or heard their radio commercials. Their daily emails include inspirational quotes and pleasant imagery that provide a great way to start your day! They are short and to the point and take no more than 30 seconds to read.

     

  2.  The Daily Stoic – The goal of the The Daily Stoic site and community is to raise awareness and share the true teachings of the ancient philosophy of Stoicism.  In modern times, the term “Stoic” has been deteriorated to mean someone who experiences no emotions, but the truth of the Stoics is much deeper and more meaningful than that.  This daily email brings with it stories and lesson from the greatest humans to every live.  I read ever email that they send. These emails are a bit longer and usually take between 2-5 minutes to read but are always worth the time.

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These 2, short and simple daily emails really provide a great jump start to the day and get me into a positive mindset no matter what my goals are for the day.

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