This isn’t the first time I’ve written about this, and I doubt it will be the last. Freelancing has been a journey of discovery for me, not least the free time I allow myself. We all imagine we’ll do great things when we “have the time” and sometimes we do. Sometimes fear gets in the […]
I love weird productivity experiments, so here’s one. From 10am to 10pm today I am only allowed to have one tab open at a time.
Yes is no. No is yes.
I’m having a week of extreme doing. When I say extreme doing, I don’t mean working myself into the ground. Rather, creating a silence so I can hear myself think again.
This is what I hear every time I sit down to write. This is a brain dump of something that happened to me when I was 11 years old, and an exploration of the consequences. It centres around one teacher’s opinion and their refusal to help—something that to this day I do not understand.
I didn’t make any specific plans for today, with the exception of “go to a supermarket”. I did, however, make some plans for the rest of the month which is exciting.
Today was my first official “no job” day. I said goodbye to 3wise on Friday and then had a fairly normal weekend. Saturday in Brighton with my best friend. Sunday on the sofa, watching Friends and having some mental downtime by playing the Sims.
Adbusters have announced ‘Slow Down Week’ (see the animation here). The premise being: For one week, instead of running to catch the bus or zipping in and out of traffic, try walking to work. Instead of grabbing take-out on the way home, cook a meal with your family. Leave the TV and computer off, and play an […]