Switching off for the weekend (blog)
Back in my employed days, there was no need for this subject to even be on my mind. I was working long hours in a sales job in the City, with a commute to go with. At weekends, I was exhausted.
But, I was at home, so I could mostly* switch off and feel good, because I had a work/life boundary all my life up until that point; there was a clearer distinction between 'school' and 'home', and 'work' and 'home'. In general, weekdays were for working, weekends were for playing.
Episode 21: what is an introvert, anyway? (podcast)
A solo show in which I re-visit, and add commentary to, the first article I ever wrote for INF club: 'What is an introvert, anyway?'
3 more things
20 greatest mental health books, by Happiful
Can you exist outside the cult of social media?, by Rebekah Mallory
25 years after returning to Yellowstone, wolves have helped stabilize the ecosystem, by National Geographic (via GoodNewsletter)
ps. do you have a 'not-to-do list'? Taylor Pearson does.
"Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better."
- Albert Einstein
Sent: Friday, 7th August, 2020
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