100-Day Creator Challenge #5: Values
What do you find important? What do you make a big fuss about?
What do you find important? What do you make a big fuss about (in discussions)?
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 […]
Updating Ramen | The beauty of limits (Newsletter Wednesday) | Laila Faisal | 12/07/2022
Are Children Toxic Company? | Made in Cosmos | 12/07/2022
Is someone you know a toxic presence in your life? A quick Google search will give you plenty of resources to help you identify a toxic relationship. Here are a few examples from the first article that I found: Lack of support (“you might get the impression that your needs and interests don’t matter”
Gratitude #4 – Air, our food | Yaakov | 12/07/2022
Air is not only the Oxygen we breathe. With every breath we take, we release carbon dioxide as a waste product. But in nature, there is no waste, some of this carbon dioxide is taken up by plants as a source of carbon to make sugar. Sunlight, another free resource, breaks down the carbon dioxide into carbon, food for the plant, and oxygen which is returned to the atmosphere.
Rethinking Heroes, Villains, and Saving the World | Vishal | 12/07/2022
There is a need to change the typical hero-villain narrative. Here is how two popular movies- Spiderman-No Way Home and Everything Everywhere All at Once- manage to accomplishes the same.
the 11th anniversary | Yuelian Hong | 12/07/2022
today is the 11th anniversary of the death of one of the people i love the most. i find it strange how, despite the fact that many religions and cultures are guided by the moon for major traditions - lunar new year, for instance - the start and end of a human life is universally recorded based on the position of earth relative to the sun. besides that, we seem to gravitate towards multiples of five or ten to derive larger significance from milestones. of course the first anniversary stands out because the memory is still fresh, but then the fifth, tenth, and twentieth anniversaries are the ones which really stop us in our tracks and compel us to look backwards. last year i started writing
Learning and changing | Afshan | 12/07/2022
[Indian accent] 'Why is this taking so long?'
My wife's a groomer | Jibran el Bazi | 12/07/2022
100 Days of Wonder #5
Day 7 | João Mateus | 12/08/2022
The relationship with content
Taking Inventory | Julie Mosow | 12/08/2022
It starts with making a list
The American Health System | Chris Wong | 12/08/2022
It's the end of the year, the time when you realize you have to get your annual doctors' appointments and not waste the insurance.
I have two problems:
1) How do you find a doctor?
2) Insurance is impossible to navigate.
005. Give like the sun | Kevin Zhai | 12/08/2022
Thoughts on Stutz
At 36, I Can Stop Trying to Change the World | Alex Wagner | 12/08/2022
Changing the World vs. Changing Yourself
Reversing the Centrifuge of Modernity — Part 1 | Andrew Rose | 12/08/2022
We are isolated.
Feel free to change my music | gome | 12/08/2022
I don’t see why anyone’s composition should be above question if it leads to more authentic music-making.
The Paradox of “Intensive” Buddhist Practice | Christin Chong | 12/08/2022
Getting more sleep (trying). | Odd Maile | 12/08/2022
I swore this month that I was going to go to bed early, like 9-o’clock early or somewhere close. It hasn’t happened yet. It’s been closer to midnight, either a bit before or a bit after. And what day is it today? Ok, we’re a week in. I can still do this. Good night, buddies.
Thanks for reading and writing today! Keep it up!
Oh neat thanks for including the illustration for my post Jibran! :D