Issue #163 – Getting Started Again
We’ve been naysaying multitasking for years but, like french fries and skipping ‘just this one workout,’ this bad habit creeps back into our lives when the going gets nuts. The whole month of January felt like a long weekend but now it’s time to buckle down and properly head into 2019.
THE WHAT LIST
February 6, 2019
by Gina Pell + Amy Parker
It delights us that a book on writing and grammar is climbing to the top of the bestseller lists. We’d use an exclamation point in the previous sentence but it’s strongly discouraged. Worship the sensation that is Dreyer’s English: An Utterly Correct Guide to Clarity and Style by Benjamin Dreyer.
There is a great article in The New York Times about the benefits of monotasking. Take this moment of procrastination to read How To Make The Most Out of Your Workday by Phyllis Korki.
Breaking up is hard to do even if it’s the best outcome for your personal growth and survival. Here’s some advice on how to thrive and avoid rash decisions during turbulent times: 5 Things You Need To Know To Survive And Thrive.
Was that dry January interrupted by a few wine showers? Don’t beat yourself up. When you’re ready to get back in the rat race here’s a 6-week challenge to crush any goal. The key is finding those six consecutive weeks …