This is why I’m crying now.
My wife dug up this fascinating oral interview with my Grandmother that goes from her birth in 1925 until shortly after her retirement in 1995. I had no idea this was out there.
Go down a rabbit hole with Kurt and your day will be the better for it.
Seth suggests we should find the rhythm of our day and organize our work and lives around it (instead of it being forced upon it). Personally, my best work is usually done between 10pm and 2am.
Good question; What to do if you’re “Alonely” – Boing Boing
I’ve found my natural introversion only becoming stronger in the past year. The very thought of being around people beyond my household now exhausts me.
I live in a city where the mayor invites you and a few neighbors out to join him on a walk around the lake just because it’s a beautiful day. I love Saint Paul
“We’re not just going to pick up and go back to our lives the way they were before. Those lives don’t exist anymore.”
Maybe we all could use a quick reminder about what GTD really means. Hint: It’s about freedom, not constraint.
Nomadland kind of washes over and through you. Such a quiet, beautiful, considered film.