Category Archives: feed your brain

the twitterverse has spoken

A few items from my Twitter feeds stood out over the past day or two. It turns out spending time with our families makes us way happier than connecting online. The Happiness Barometer says so. Can I get a “well … Continue reading

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the r-word

I wrote in my post grammar snob a few weeks ago that I absolutely cannot stand hearing the “R word” used in a derogatory manner. Turns out I almost missed a campaign to promote awareness of this movement on 03.03.10 … Continue reading

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10,000 hours

Listening to Outliers has been on pause for several days, but I continue to mull some things over. Because they come more frequently and tend to pile up, I always try to get caught up on my podcasts (85-ish subscriptions) … Continue reading

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the matthew effect

“For to everyone who has will more be given, and he will have an abundance. But from the one who has not, even what he has will be taken away.” (Matthew 25:29) While the words of Jesus can seem incredibly … Continue reading

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