Issue #63 Feeling Good Again
This month we’re focused on getting everything shipshape both personally and professionally. We’re experimenting with a few methods like The Pomodoro Technique, which uses a timer to break work into discrete intervals for more efficient time management. And this 6-Step Process to Train Your Brain To Focus. Time to clear the decks and get serious about that thing you’ve been putting off. You know exactly what it is too.
The What List
January 18, 2017
by Gina Pell + Amy Parker
100% Editorial picks. No pay for play. Ever.
The Bad — Unmistakeable Habits Of Unlikable People. Unwittingly, we succumb to these loathsome practices especially on social where humble bragging is ubiquitous. Alas, no more.
The Body — Here at The What, we believe in satisfying, not starving, ourselves. We’re not obsessed with fad diets or how to have thinner thighs in 30 days, however, we read this article about an editor who lost 15lbs in 8 weeks by changing her diet and exercise plan. Compelling results. Hmm …
The Sale — Last week we sat down with the savvy and delightful Lisa Sugar who, along with her husband Brian, founded a media empire which includes Popsugar and Shopstyle. Lisa is the kind of leader we love, a genuine champion of fellow entrepreneurs and women. Check out their Shop The Sale Edit curated by Shopstyle editors.
The Laugh — You read The What List. Now read Lists, America Then And Now by Dan Paley on McSweeney’s. Absolutely hilarious.
“Don’t compromise yourself. You are all you’ve got. There is no yesterday, no tomorrow, it’s all the same day.”
– Janis Joplin