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Why you don't want to be too inspired + the precariousness of creation...
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This week's collection of essential reads for creative minds:
Don't be too inspired.
The best ways to cope with a noisy office.
How to be assertive at work and in your relationships.
Habits are statements about the past, and the past is gone.
To procrastinate is to mourn the precariousness of your creation
even before you bring it into the world.
A beautiful piece by Andrew Sullivan: “
Has our enslavement to dopamine — to the instant hits of validation that come with a well-crafted tweet or Snapchat streak — made us happier?
10 very good tips on writing from Rebecca Solnit: “
How you feel is something that you cannot take too seriously on your way to doing something, and doing something is a means of not being stuck in how you feel.
A post for my alma mater 99U:
Don’t let email zombies eat up your day.
A deep, dark article about
what “self-care” really means
Putting this “
FAQ for bodies
” on my reading list.
For comic relief:
The stone backpack.
If you enjoyed this newsletter, consider checking out my
, out early next month!
The illustration above is from
The Morning News
for link ideas.
Thanks for reading,
Jocelyn K. Glei
books about work & creativity
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