I made overnight oats to jumpstart a month of clean eating & I can confirm right here, right now that I don’t wanna eat this shit at all.
I'm tired of the threads, the engagement bait, and the growth hacking on here (and everywhere else).
My latest on why you don't need to follow trends to be successful:
My Twitter feed wants me to believe everyone is making six-figures a year as a creator, working out every day, super productive, spending 100s of hours “researching”, and constantly improving themselves.
I’m not buying it.
My guess is 95% of people are faking it.
“There is the wonderful, catch-all term kraipalē (κραιπάλη), which means not just a serious drinking bout, but also drunkenness and – perforce – a terrible hangover (as in the Latin crapula and the woefully under-used English crapulence).” https://buff.ly/3JccG1Y
“It turned out the influx of articles tipped the scales: getting a Wikipedia article increased a case’s citations by more than 20%.The effect was particularly strong for cases that supported the argument the citing judge was making” https://buff.ly/3bfamus
The downside being my bladder is much weaker
one thing I like about wfh is I can have my gastrointestinal issues at my own pace
“If one’s aim is not so much discovering the truth as winning an argument at all costs, fallacy theory can provide a training in the dark arts of closing down a discussion prematurely, leaving the impression that it has been won.” https://buff.ly/3JbsySx
Had a lovely time recording my first podcast appearance with @TimHildred@twitter.com !
Learn more about my writing journey and how I changed careers in this episode. https://twitter.com/timhildred/status/1552987553111986177
“Within companies, FOMO is disastrous. It burrows into the culture like a virus and derails even the best thought-out strategy. Progress requires the containment of FOMO and individuals need to win the battle against this deep human desire.” https://buff.ly/3PZ2sot
Meet @email@example.com, a 3 time action-thriller novelist and former pantser who was named for a fictional Boston investigator. Spenser told me about how #ship30for30 helped him transfer from an HR professional to a content designer in 8 months.