Review of The Lonely Century by Noreena Hertz


The Lonely Century is a book that argues we are living in an age of extreme loneliness. Noreena Hertz has done her research. She points to colleges that are needing to teach students how to interact with other people face-to-face. Elderly Japanese women who are committing petty crimes in order to be sent to prison, in order to alleviate their loneliness. And single people who eat their meals...

Stepping back into time


I recently finished reading Oliver Burkeman’s book Four Thousand Weeks: Time and How to Use It*. It is a book that has hit a certain zeitgeist, I came across it on two separate reading lists, not to mention James Todd Rubin wrote an entire blog post about it. What’s interesting is that I that I read this book shortly after reading Sinclair’s Lifespan: Why We Age, And Why We...

Review of Fabulous – an app to help build healthy rituals


This post is not sponsored. It’s an honest review of Fabulous.  I downloaded Fabulous because I was looking for a routine tracker. I believe that solid routines are essential to my health, happiness, productivity… without them, I plunge into depression, erratic meal times, and insomnia. I’m also a smartphone user, like most of us, and I like to track things. I tried a couple of...

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