I know that the best way to get ahead in life is to learn and adapt, but I’m sorry, I’m not ready to live without Google Reader! I go on it multiple times a day to catch up on all my favourite blogs, and now I just feel sort of disorientated knowing that it’ll be gone soon. Sure, Google Reader won’t officially kick the bucket until July 1 of this year, but they’ve already gotten rid of the easy to access button on Gmail and I am not okay with that! What should I do? Should I try to get comfortable with Bloglovin? Should I go with Feedly? Should I just bookmark all the blogs I follow? I need some guidance because me and Google Reader have been tight for so long that I just don’t know how I’m gonna handle being without it. At least there’s this hilarious video to cheer me up. I’d say the only other video that’s just as funny is the one where HD DVD is killed off to make way for Blu-ray.
Okay, enough ranting, there are some happy things going on in my life too. Like yesterday, after a year of not seeing my wedding dress I finally got to try it on again for alterations. I freaked myself out by stupidly watching too many episodes of Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta this week and was worried I’d be one of those brides who completely hated her dress after already buying it. Thank goodness that wasn’t the case and I still love it. My BF and I are also doing pretty well on the planning front. Almost everything is booked, I’m almost done making all the decorations for the reception, and all that’s really left to do is get our marriage license, complete our pre-marital counselling program, and party it up in Vegas for our separate bachelor/bachelorette parties this April!
Now, onto the link love. Who needs Google Reader when I can curate my own amazing list anyway!
5 Do It Yourself Projects by Call Me What You Want, Even Cheap
Health and Fitness, February by A Gai Shan Life
TGIF: It’s My Last Weekend in Toronto! by Blonde on a Budget
What Beach Volleyball Taught Me About Life by Budget & the Beach
Let Your Coupons Expire and Save Money by Canadian Budget Binder
How to Effectively Tweet Your Way to a New Gig by Careful Cents
How are you handling the end of Google Reader?