Exploring Life Hacking 10 Years Later

Let’s take a trip back in time to 2008. Facebook and Twitter were still novelties full of exciting promise. Instagram didn’t exist. Snapchat didn’t exist. Slack didn’t exist. Smart watches didn’t exist. The iPhone had only been out for a...
Bury Your Head in a Book – Weekly Challenge 009

Bury Your Head in a Book – Weekly Challenge 009

A capacity, and taste, for reading gives access to whatever has already been discovered by others.Abraham Lincoln This week’s challenge: Read 30 minutes a day. Could be fiction, non-fiction, long-form articles – anything. While you could split the reading...
So Long to Trove Mail

So Long to Trove Mail

I received the kind of email you hope to never receive for an app you’ve come to rely on daily. The email app Trove is getting sunsetted. I’ve been meaning to write about email management in general and what I thought Trove got so right. Now seems like a...
The Spiral of Habits

The Spiral of Habits

Habits are like a spiraling storm. A Category 5 hurricane doesn’t just appear out of thin air. It slowly builds, and builds, and builds. The more conducive the environment, the stronger it gets. Habits go the same way – both good and bad. You skip your run for...
What Magic and Fitness Have in Common

What Magic and Fitness Have in Common

I loved magic as a kid. I loved watching illusions. I loved the myster in wondering how it was done. David Copperfield, Lance Burton, the Masked Magician on Secrets Revealed. My mom would get me magic tricks as gifts. Or tutorial videos on VHS (you know, before...
WeWork should focus on buildings, not meat

WeWork should focus on buildings, not meat

Earlier this month WeWork adopted a company wide policy I’ll label WeVeg; essentially turning all of their employees into vegetarians during business hours. WeWork will no longer serve red meat, pork or poultry at company functions, and it will not reimburse employees...

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