What I read: Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore on Writing on Your Own Terms by Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore. Published January 14, 2022. Writing advice abounds. Do a search online for books and articles about writing and it’s an onslaught of people telling writers how to write. Some of…
What I watched: How to Keep Your Empathy Switched On with Emiliana Simon-Thomas, Science Director at Greater Good Science Center, filmed in 2019 at The…
What I read: You are a network by Kathleen Wallace. Published May 18, 2021. Scan people’s social media status updates and you’ll often see them post a…
What I read: Lost perspective? Try this linguistic trick to reset your view by Ariana Orvell. Published September 15, 2021. I subscribe to Psyche (great…
What I saw: The Art of Banksy; Unauthorized Private Collection (San Francisco exhibit at the Palace of Fine Arts). Attended December 26, 2021. I just…
What I read: Four Thousand Weeks: Time Management for Mortals by Oliver Burkeman. Published August 10, 2021. Read this book! Really! Now, with that out…
What I read: The Top 10 Insights from the “Science of a Meaningful Life” in 2021 by Kira M. Newman, Jeremy Adam Smith, Jill Suttie, and Maryam Abdullah…
What I read: Technical Writing: Need of the Hour? by Aditya Pingle. Published June 24, 2021. During my varied professional path, I’ve worn many hats in…
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