I used to be a junkie. Recently I've been limiting myself to reading and watching the news for just 1 or 2 days per week. The benefits have been huge:
1. Having more time
2. Feeling
3. Feeling less depressed

Sometimes ignorance really is bliss.

Is Chronic Anxiety a Learning Disorder?
Some psychiatrists think it might be, but the data are still too sparse to be sure.

The world is a bit crazy right now from wars to COVID-19 and more, but we can still choose to be grateful. I lived in Mainland China I think for over 2.5 years, and I took many freedoms for granted beforehand.

Here are 3 things I'm grateful for today:
1. Internet freedom and access to information
2. My health
3. Good friends

Don’t Even Try Paying Cash in
How two apps created new kinds of in China, and what a future might look like.
I've literally never heard of the idea of buying 1 chapter at a time from a . I find that fascinating.

A truly fantastic article about how to take much better notes when reading and how to get more out of your reading.
How to Take Smart Notes: A Step-by-Step Guide

A great video with lots of good ideas about how to start learning languages effectively.
Tips on Self-Teaching Languages! How I learnt 7 languages

I just came upon some transcripts of some of Alan Turing's school reports while he was in secondary school. I find his class rankings for various subjects and comments from his teachers and headmasters absolutely fascinating.

I just found a really great site about life skills from a web-service based in Wales

Carl Sagan on Reading a Book a Week: The Trick Is... to know which books to read

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