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…Zen Habits is the best?

Zen Habits

Leo Babauto’s Zen Habits is a true Cinderella story of the blogging world.

In less than a year, ZH has gone from two readers (Leo’s wife and mother) to over 26,000 subscribers, and is now among the top 100 blogs on Technorati’s list.

If you’re not yet one of those 26K, then be sure to give a look through the Best of Zen Habits in 2007 post, as it’s filled with what makes ZH one of the best blogs out there, and is a great way to catch up on what you’ve been missing.

Congrats Leo; I can’t wait to see what you’ve got in store.

[Zen Habits – Best Of Zen Habits In 2007]

…Shaving can change your life?


Wet shaving can improve your health, save you money, help the environment, and make you feel better about yourself by doing something that you already do every day, so why aren’t you doing it?

More than likely, it’s because you don’t know how.

To help you on this epic quest into the land of the clean shave, John Koontz from the Badger & Blade forum has written a great guest post over at Zen Habits called, “Shaving: How a Double-edge Razor Can Change Your Life”.

The quick how-to that the article gives is simple, and should have you shaving face in no time.

Just remember to stock up on styptic pencils…

[Zen Habits – Shaving: How a Double-edge Razor Can Change Your Life]

[Badger & Blade]

[Photo Via: Koshyk]

…Running should be spiced up?


Running is great for the body, but if you’re only doing it at one speed, then you’re missing out on not only a better workout, but a less boring one as well.

To combat this problem, Zen Habits has put together 10 Great Workouts To Spice Up Your Running Program. They’ll keep things interesting, make you run faster and stronger, help you run longer, and stop your body from adapting, which all sound good to me.

[Zen Habits – 10 Great Workouts To Spice Up Your Running Program]

[Photo Via: Thomas Sly]