Get On With It

Writing and drawings about work, family and the stuff in-between

Tag: productivity

  • Thirty minutes

    Thirty minutes

    Yesterday I found myself in the car for an extended period of time, something very rare this year. After a few stops along the way, I decided to switch attention away from the new RTJ album (so good) and switched on a recent Tim Ferriss Show with Hugh Jackman. I’ve missed listening to podcasts now […]

  • What I learned last week (#74)

    What I learned last week (#74)

    Learned last week: A remote commencement address for all, note taking with Zettelkasten, the power of a picture, and more.

  • What I learned last week (#72)

    What I learned last week (#72)

    Learned last week: More inputs mean more outputs, shifting routines with the seasons, quarantine marriage tips, and more!

  • Shifting (rituals) with the season

    Shifting (rituals) with the season

    Daylight is in abundance now in the far northern reaches of Scotland. It’s light out really early now, and although I love the mornings regardless, it’s more pleasant than usual to wake up early. As a result I’ve started another seasonal shift in my morning routine, and even more that than that, a bigger thematic […]

  • What I learned last week (#63)

    What I learned last week (#63)

    Learned last week: Art projects are like little fires, paywalls are more than the new normal, a poem on gender and science, and more.

  • What I learned last week (#39)

    What I learned last week (#39)

    Learned last week: More reasons to minimize email, being a one issue voter and the creator vs victim mindset.

  • What I learned last week (#37 & #38)

    What I learned last week (#37 & #38)

    Learned last week: The secret behind baseball mud, debit cards are the worst financial tool, downtime is essential to creativity, and a lot more.

  • What I learned last week (#12)

    What I learned last week (#12)

    A useful perspective on passion, a new service that reminds me what I’ve read, and reasons to keep reading.