Link Love 26.1.2013 February Magazine Covers, Fitness & Urban Ballerinas

Hello, gorgeous! I'm still in Florida, so I prepared this Link Love in advance. Enjoy!

10 of the Most Powerful Female Characters in Literature.

Also for bookworms: 10 words invented by authors.

Butterbeer. How delicious does that look?! Additional yumminess: breakfast casseroles.

Check out Ellen's gallery of cats who think they're hiding. Hysterical, and so cute. 

These urban portraits of ballerinas are absolutely stunning.

This lamb might just be the cutest thing EVER.

Do you share a birthday with any of these fictional characters?

I completely agree with Carol Tice: freelance writers need to build their social media audience now. (If you need to hire a social media strategist, I'd love to help! Contact me here).

Leo Babauta's New Rules of Fitness is a brilliant post. Here's my favourite part:
Let’s take a cue from how we actually live and think today, and change up fitness... If we take cues from our online world today, here’s how we’d do fitness... In the world of tweets and SMS messages, long classes or gym workouts or jogging sessions just don’t seem to fit. We don’t have time for all of that. So toss out the workout, and instead think of fitness as small as a tweet. Sprint up a hill after getting off the train or parking your car. Sprint up a flight of stairs as you go into the office. Do some pushups before a meeting. Do some squats after sitting for 30 minutes. Pick up a friend, put him on your shoulders, and carry him for a block. Let’s call it a fitness bit instead of a workout.

I can't believe I didn't know about this! Gmail shortcuts seem really useful.

Emma Stone covers Glamour UK February 2013, while Emma Watson covers Marie Claire UK.

Finally, check out this trampled snow art. You have to see it to believe it!

I'll be back with regular content upon my return to Toronto. Have a wonderful weekend!
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