100-Day Creator Challenge #4: Superhero
How will you save the world?
How will you save the world?
What is your superpower with which you’d “save the world?” (And would you have a superhero name as well?)
Here’s a more in-depth post I wrote a few months ago on this topic btw:
Last day’s posts, let’s go!
How my career plans have changed over the weekend | Lowell Dennings | 12/06/2022
At first, I wanted to identify crucial factors that lead to alignment and then build infrastructure for that. I would start by identifying important problems, and then figure out if infrastructure would be a good solution for that.
However, it looks like there are many factors that contribute to reducing
003. Find your mentors | Kevin Zhai | 12/06/2022
It’s dangerous to go alone!
A side of Warmer Social Connections, please. | Odd Maile | 12/06/2022
My weekend went by again too fast. I didn’t get much done yesterday, Sunday, but I had a productive day on Saturday. Well, I worked out at home with weights. Then I walked outside alone, in the rain, for over 45 minutes. On my wet walk, I listened to a few podcasts for a few […]
Updated Ramen video (YouTube Tuesday) | Laila Faisal | 12/06/2022
fear and anxiety | Afshan | 12/06/2022
and the power of naming things
Day 6 | João Mateus | 12/06/2022
You think you're special?
The sweetness of unfurling. | Rachel Clifton | 12/06/2022
Truth is love. Love is truth. That's why love is all we need.
Do Babies Belong at Funerals? | Made in Cosmos | 12/06/2022
My daughter was the only kid at the funeral yesterday. Even though the millennials in my family don’t have nearly as many children as their parents and grandparents had, there were still at least a few kids who might have come there too. Some of their parents didn’t want them to miss school, some didn’t want to chase unruly toddlers all around the church, some were worried they’d get sick in the freezing cold cemetery.
On doing things badly | Jenny Rose | 12/06/2022
I really struggle with allowing myself to do things badly. I don’t know if this older child syndrome, or a product of emotionally immature parenting, or if it’s just a stew of infractions on the part of my parents, teachers and community, but my Inner Critic wins out more often than not when it comes […]
Gratitude #3 – Air, to breath | Yaakov | 12/06/2022
Today I was thinking about things we take for granted. One of the most obvious is air. I am grateful to live on a planet with abundant oxygen to breathe. A necessity for life, free for the taking. In general, here on earth we live in a corner of the universe where our basic needs are plentiful. The more basic the need, the more plentiful it is. Without air we would die within minutes. With fresh water and food less frequently needed (and correspondingly less freely available), but still, generally, plentiful. I remember a story I read many years ago which noted that, for a moon colony this isn’t something you could take for granted, and the poor would literally not be allowed to breathe.
an existential crisis spurred by a vegetable peeler and a lemon | Yuelian Hong | 12/06/2022
Yesterday while skinning a lemon using a vegetable peeler, I inadvertently skinned the top of my middle finger, carving a tiny notch in the space between the top knuckle and the cuticle. “Owww!” I howled, then watched dumbfounded as dots of blood seeped out from the underlying layers of skin before running to the bathroom to fetch a bandaid.
Getting into the flow state as a freelancer- 5 things that work for me | Vishal | 12/06/2022
Getting into the flow state on a regular basis is tricky as a freelancer. However, doing certain small changes has helped me focus and do the work needed without waiting for the deadline.
Zodiac smodiac? | Jibran el Bazi | 12/06/2022
Watch now (5 min) | Astrology thoughts from a layman | 100 Days of Wonder #4
Permission to practice | Julie Mosow | 12/06/2022
I don't have all day, but I do have 15 minutes for my curved line
Fear of Feedback | Chris Wong | 12/06/2022
Community Is a Function of Shadow | Alex Wagner | 12/06/2022
Similar taboos are what really drives connection?
Now - December 2021 | Lowell Dennings | 12/07/2022
I say it's the texture a lot when people ask me why I like the food. I appreciate how elements and perspectives come together to create an extra layer of nuance. It's like those weird feelings from frisson in music, transitory and liminal spaces, and talking
004. Name your fears | Kevin Zhai | 12/07/2022
An exercise in confronting your demons
From the Group Chat: On Being Sexy in Relationships | Andrew Rose | 12/07/2022
My group chat discusses the subtleties of adult hotness
My relationship with Illinois | gome | 12/07/2022
The album provides emotional continuity across the nearly 15 years it’s been in my life.
The Paradox of Buddhist Beliefs: Amendment | Christin Chong | 12/07/2022
Identity before discipline. | Odd Maile | 12/07/2022
Some Toby guy asked Cal Newport: “How do I improve my discipline? I have a problem sticking to my long-term plans.” Mr. Newport addressed this question on his YouTube channel after pausing for a bit. “I think of discipline as more of an identity that you develop, then I do an approach to a particular […]
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See you tomorrow!