These are all links I’ve come across recently and thought worthwhile:
- How to Read Philosophy – falasafaz!
- Virtue Ethics: A Moral System You’ve Never Heard of — But Probably Use | Big Think
- With the use of heuristics, anybody can think like a philosopher | Aeon Essays
If you are not used to reading philosophy, the first one is a must read. Otherwise, you may find yourself trying to read philosophy in a way that leaves you frustrated.
I’ve seen references to virtue ethics (as well as stoicism) frequently these days: if you aren’t familiar with it, that link is a good starting point to get to know it.
Finally, the last link is useful if you are new to philosophy and want to know it better but find it hard to get started.