The Curator News Feed: January 2, 2014

2015 is upon is! We've captured a few posts from around the web this week to inspire your year. Catch the latest and greatest TV shows, 13 Ted Talks you can't miss, and some quick workout tips to help you keep those New Year's resolutions!

The 5 Unspoken Instagram Commandments By Which All ‘Grammers Abide, Elite Daily - "Instagram is a way of life. Upon its arrival a few years back, it scared us. We put little to no effort in it; we just posted to post because no one knew any better."

I agree with most of these, though I'll admit, I do like some filters still! Which of these are you guilty of breaking? - Chelsey

No, you won’t be able to float on Jan. 4, The Washington Post - "If you're an avid Facebook user, you may have heard that this weekend will feature a rare event -- the planets will align just so, and for a moment there'll be less gravity than usual. We'll all float, or something."

Quick reminder: You will not spontaneously become weightless this weekend. Also, the moon doesn't make anyone give birth or commit murder, and the position of the stars in the sky on your birth date will not affect your 2015 plans. Cheers. - Paul

20 Shows to Watch - A Winter Bounty for Serious TV Fans, The New York Times - "When did winter become the season of television’s most distinguished content? The fall season, with its organized and heavily publicized broadcast-network premieres, still gets the attention, but a greater number of interesting shows now arrive on cable, broadcast and online in the first quarter of the year."

While my resolution is to read more often in 2015, i can't help but get excited for some shows to return in January! - Brooke

13 TED Talks To Help You Keep Your New Year's Resolution, Tech Times - "Did you have a good New Year's Eve celebration last night? Good. Now it's time to get down to work."

Some support from TED Talks to help keep those resolutions intact. - Ann Marie

9 Running Workouts You Can Do In 30 Minutes Or Less, Buzzfeed - "Start running now with fun, challenging workouts you can do in a half hour or less."

If Buzzfeed says it's fun, I may have to give it a try! - Anna