The easiest, best thing I’ve invented is the Sunday swap. A few autumns ago, a friend and I got unexpectedly animatedly talking about how annoying it is to cook when you live alone. You either make a huge vat of chili and get very tired of it with pounds still left to go. Or you … Continue reading Sunday swaps
It turns out it's great to do activities where output isn't measurable. So why is it so devilishly tough to try to do more of them?
I read 59 books in 2020. People often ask how I read so much, so I answered that, then just kept going on my reading habits these days!
I've spent 150+ hours on a virtual coworking product. I find so much of it super delightful:
growing up on the internet, and the site I never talk about
Starting to think about what you want to accomplish with writing next year? I'm trying out a bingo board!
the importance of just getting out there
childhood bedtime stories
what I read and how I felt about it
What does it look like when a good memory pretends to forget?
on always feeling like I'm in a rush
what people get wrong when visiting museums
on working at a teeny museum in London (and what it taught me about history)
why you should always pick a haircut place that's far away