Went for the first run after ankle injury First sport climbing since the injury Working out almost every day Reading: ✅ Ender‘s Game 🤓 The Grapes of Wrath Finding an apartment in Frankfurt last minute
Read 1984 by Orson Wells, it feels eerily like a current account of Russian society Reading Slaughterhouse-5 by Kurt Vonnegut Long weekend trip to Gdansk
Learning React and appreciating how much better web dev is with it Attending a large scale in person event and being almost overwhelmed by the sheer masses at AWS Summit Good weather is here Watching a game of baseball at Tempelhofer Feld „What’s a human life? A short, vivid dream.“ After a long, long time: a sore body caused by a proper workout. It feels good to be physically tired Listening to the Very Bad Wizards podcast Reading 1984 Playlist of the month
I have completed two 48h fasts. Make sure to supplement electrolytes (Na, K, Mg). I had my first psychotherapy session. There is nothing wrong with seeking help when you’re not feeling your best. I had an osteopathy treatment. Physical therapy done right. I started writing down the highlights of the month. I got back into meditation with the Waking Up app. I started learning frontend development with React.
Browsing HackerNews I stumbled across this article by Jeff Huang. In it he describes, essentially, the reward of completing a quest to find a time management and planning tool that works for him. After experimenting with various productivity apps, Jeff boiled down the issue of planning and managing one’s time and projects to its essence. The basic ingredients are a calendar and a text document, that’s it. The way he uses those though, was a revelation to me....