This isn’t a book about smartphones. I mean, yeah, there are some tips and tricks to help you optimize your smartphone use, one of which I wrote up in Lifehacker last week, but Nir Eyal’s Indistractable: How to Control Your Attention and Choose Your Life isn’t really about why phones are bad or why the…
I always get imposter syndrome confused with “feeling like you’ll get kicked out of your job because you don’t think you really belong there.”
I didn’t start asking myself whether I should feel guilty about the life I’d built for myself until I bought my piano.
On sleep, discipline, and the value of an unscheduled day.
The short answer is that I enjoyed my first FinCon so much that I have already registered for the second one.
Every freelance workday has a certain number of Work Slots.
So I subscribe to James Clear’s newsletter, and this morning’s edition included the following insight:
Reading this won’t spoil the plot, if you’re curious. Nor does it really need any introduction.
There was this moment yesterday afternoon when I realized exactly how all of the words and elements on the screen would be manipulated to solve the final puzzle.