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The Best Books I Read in 2018

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For all the ups and downs of 2018, I’ll never be able to repay the 2017 version of myself for making more time for books (often on long flights) and less time for outrageous clickbait. If 2019 leads you to do the same, here are some fantastic places to start: Factfullness – Hans Rosling. The premise (and the conclusion) of this book is beautiful — The world is amazing, and no one...

The 25 Best Things I’ve Seen on the Internet in 2018

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Every year I post a list of my favorite things on the internet. Over the past five, they’ve been, well, more political than I’d like. This year needs to come to a close differently. To kick off a 2019 without Facebook and end 2018 on a positive high note, I picked out the 25 things that were not only enriching, but brought me joy as well. So clear a few hours on your break (I know you...

A Taste of What’s to Come

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The feeling of writing your site’s first post is much like the first time you eat cannoli — you hope it happens as often as possible, but it’s not the first dessert you immediately think to eat. Well, thanks to the magic of Asana — I’ll be reminded to blog *and* eat the standout cannoli at Court Pastry Shop at least twice a week. (Also added: Morning workouts.) This begs the question that’s...

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