Not only are reading lists a great way to introduce people to bloggers they may not know, it's also a way to show my appreciation for the great writing and thinking other folks are doing out there in the blogosphere.
So here goes:
I completely connected with this terrifically insightful post on the difference between unconditional love and loving without boundaries at Live Happier.
On my favorite neighborhood blog, The Eastsider LA, I was sort of horrified by this link to a Curbed LA piece on what it means to be an Echo Park hipster. I may live in Echo Park, which certainly plants me in the "gentrifier" category, but I'm definitely not a hipster. (Although I have, on occasion, been known to wear stupid hats. But mostly because I knitted them.)
The Art of Non-Conformity is a fairly new blog find for me. I wrote a post a couple weeks ago about the notion of being rigorous, and I think Chris Guillebeau is a perfect example of someone who lives rigorously every day. Just one example of that is this post on The Art of Radical Exclusion.
So what do you think? Are you a fan of the reading list? What other blogs should I be reading?