Top 10 Vibe Lifters Online
For those of us spending time online, it’s handy to know where to plug in for uplifting vibes on the web.
Here are my top ten virtual haunts, which I’d love to expand if you’d share your favorite internet stops, too. (Pretty soon we’ll have a top 100!)
Just Little Things lists life’s simple pleasures that are commonly overlooked, and daily sources of happiness right under your nose.
Daily entertaining thank you notes. Leah Dieterich’s mother always told her to write thank you notes. So she does. To everything. thxthxthx is her daily exercise in gratitude.
Before I Die is an interactive public art project where we can share our hopes and dreams in public space and discover the aspirations of the people around us.
1000 Awesome Things is just a time-ticking countdown of 1000 awesome things. Launched June, 2008 and updated every weekday. A sample: “Seeing a big dog sitting in the driver’s seat of a parked car.” 🙂
Tell Us Something Good is a lovely if understated blog sharing short messages of wisdom and encouragement. From the blog: “things I’m still learning I wish I knew at 22.”
DailyGood leverages the internet to promote positive and uplifting news around the world. Readers receive a news story, an inspiring quote, and a suggested action that each person can take to make a difference in their own lives and the world around them.
a community of conscious thinkers share their personal intentions as well as support others in theirs. With over 100,000 intentions shared, you’re sure to be inspired to your own deliberate focus as well.
Instructions to place your manifesting order with Universe: Feel the excitement. Make it real. Place your order in a happy mood, carefree and not needing it. Be specific and clear. Feel the excitement of ordering something you really want with the knowledge it will be delivered. Then let go.
Virtual meditation practice. This is a two minute online timer to help develop habits of relaxing and focusing. (Especially challenging for those used to multitasking and a continual incoming stream of information.)
Maru on YouTube. (My personal favorite.) You can’t help but feel better after watching a few minutes of Maru’s antics. With new videos added regularly, you’ll never run out of reasons to smile.
Your turn. Where do you go online for a mood lift?
Please share your favorite places to laugh, be inspired, think bigger, or whatever floats your vibrational boat.