I really enjoyed reading The Last Conversation You’ll Need to Have About Eating Right. Especially because I am, by and large, doing most of these "right" things already.
An example; Chris Bowler recommended Collected Goodness. A really interesting site that seems just as much commonplace/memory-palace as blog.
I always enjoy my friend Chris Bowler’s newsletter but I found this week’s issue full of interesting links and thoughts. Consider subscribing.
Prepping the big top for the big show.
“The best way to get over your fears is to live through them.”
— Beatrix, age 10.
Cal Newport performs and experiment where he asks people to give up social media and report back their findings. The results? They maintained similar habits except they replaced the digital with the analog.
I’ve had more than a few requests from folks who’d like to be able to purchase all of my books in one collection. Now you can.
This is a complete collection of all of my published works to date at a special price all for less than the price of purchasing them separately.
But wait! There’s more! Includes a special added bonus: My first book, Keeping It Straight, which is not currently available separately anywhere else.
Of course, you can still get them individually too.
Curtis McHale also has a cool way of organizing and storing his book notes. More inspiration.
Though, I shall continue to use Shawn Blanc’s Index of Ideas method as a springboard for comping up with my own way.
Current Thought Pattern: What is the point of having cake if you’re not planning on eating it too? Why would one just let the cake sit there? To admire it? To enjoy the way it looks? No. I’m going to have the cake and eat it too or not have it at all.