I believe in the power of small experiments as a way to start habits and introduce changes. I like to bring new things into my daily routines and see how they unfold. I enjoy trying new things and adopting new
My therapist recommended this book, "The Soul of an Octopus: A Surprising Exploration Into the Wonder of Consciousness" by Sy Montgomery, and I didn't love it at first, but it grew on me over time. It's a book about octopus,
If my career in tech didn't take off the way it did, I probably would have been a psychotherapist or social worker. I'm fascinated by the fields of psychology, so when I learned of the book, "How to Change Your
Here's the 2019 edition of what's in my bag. I've been riding my bike a bit more, so I've simplified what I carry back and forth from the office and home. After putting together this year's post, I think I
The book, "Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion," by Robert Cialdini is a book I wish I had read long ago. I'm pretty sure this will now be a book I read again and again. The book walks through the six
I'm still in catch-up mode on my backlog of articles. I've also been on vacation this past week, and I've been reading up a storm. It feels good to be back into a bit of a reading and writing rhythm.
I enjoyed the book,"My Year of Rest and Relaxation," by Ottessa Moshfegh. Part of me thinks it should be made into a movie, but I also wonder if the year of drug-induced sleep and associated escapades would be enough
The book, "The Woman Who Smashed Codes," by Jason Fagone was an excellent read. I was able to read it in one day, which is always a good indicator of a page turner! This is a true story of an