I Can’t Stop Working, How Climate-friendly Is An Electric Car?

I Can’t Stop Working, How Climate-friendly Is An Electric Car?

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Shortening My Workdays Taught Me I Can’t Stop Working

Ariella Gintzler | Outside

'A study showed that people who clocked a traditional workday (about 8.6 hours) felt less productive and more time crunched than those who worked shorter days. The sweet spot, apparently: 7.6 hours'

Old habits are hard to break. (3 minute read)


How climate-friendly is an electric car? It all comes down to where you live

Robin Smit | The Conversation

'In just two years, electric vehicle sales have tripled from 6,900 in 2020 to 20,665 in 2021. And yet, they still account for only 2% of market share in new cars'

If you’re thinking about buying an electric vehicle, where you live can make a huge difference to how climate-friendly your car is. (5 minute read)


The Minimalism Checklist

Melissa Wilkins | Becoming Minimalist

'The average home in the U.S. contains about three hundred thousand items. What on earth? What are we even doing with all that stuff?'

If you love the idea of living with less but aren’t sure where to start, try these ten steps toward designing a simple life. (3 minute read)


Physical fatigue is in the brain as much as in the body

David Robson | Psyche

'If the brain senses that we risk overexerting ourselves, it will create a subjective feeling of fatigue that deters us from further exercise'

The advances in exercise science suggest there really is no substitute for self-belief. (8 minute read)


Why Many Successful Founders Are Narcissists

Dave Bailey | The Founder Coach

'Narcissists reject the world as it is and instead have a vision of how it should be'

How to pursue your inspiring vision without crossing the line. (3 minute read)


📺 Video: Ryan Holiday's Favorite Books Summarized in One Sentence | Daily Stoic | 8 Min

🎙Podcast: A Doctor's Prescription For Happiness - Dr Rangan Chatterjee | Modern Wisdom | 1Hr 23Min

Expect to learn why your dreams won't make you happier, how the definition of happiness you use largely influences the way you pursue it, and why external success can only go so far in filling internal problems.


🤔 Something to think about: 'Walk slowly, but never backward' - James Clear