Sunday’s best #1

The world (aka Internet) is full of listicles and curated newsletters, so why not join the fun? I decided to post a bunch of content on various topics each Sunday, for you to enjoy, share, digest or ignore 🙂

Here it goes:

  • Farnam Street Blog has a great read on creativity boosting and Warren Berger’s process of questioning systems, disrupting familiar ways of thinking and finding new “whys”
  • Do you know why reading evolved along with eating metaphors? From digesting to devouring, here’s an interesting bit.
  • Hormones, loneliness and evolution. Curious how they relate to one another? Well, they kept us alive for so long…
  • The talk on passion and doing what you love has so many perspectives, it’s never as easy or straightforward as it sounds. Just read this article.

Let me know what you think about this first selection in the comments section. Would love to hear from you 🙂

If you like it, don’t be shy and share away. You never know who you might be helping on the way.

A Year in 7 Big Words

After reviewing my connected self on Facebook, mails, calendars and so on, I have no idea where to begin. So I decided to do it in themes and pictures. See where that leads:

2015 has been a year of major turning points, feelings of being in the right place, at the right time, surfing the impostor syndrome or living with profound loss.

1. Discovery

When old and new collide, one realizes that sometimes there are spaces and places within (and outside) that one tends to forget. Like a crazy passion for Egyptology rediscovered in London and Berlin. New cities to visit in 2015, by the way.

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