This a now page, inspired by Derek Sivers. Last updated on August 4, 2021
I’m fine and feeling incredibly grateful for it. That’s mostly what I’m doing now. Revelling in being in good health. Enjoying life by going on walks, sitting outside with a book or a podcast, and eating great food.
I kept my monthly writing cadence, except for that time when we uprooted our lives, again. It was hard but it was for the best. Our lives are nice and simple right now.
My page views are still an absolute joke. I know it’s a result of “not having a niche” and writing about a variety of topics, but it’s disheartening if I’m honest.
Remote work is still everywhere. It’s the future, here are more good stories:
- The building society Nationwide has made remote working permanent for their 13,000 office staff in the UK.
- LinkedIn is now a hybrid company.
- The University of Manchester will keep lectures online, with the default shifted to “blended” learning.
Small businesses have adopted deliveries and it’s fantastic. It works really well. Now they can operate without their local constraints. It gives the owners a direct-to-consumer relationship with spread-out clients they didn’t have before.
It’s okay, it’s okay, I’m okay, I’m alright again — Maggie Rogers, On + Off
I’m trying to spend less time doomscrolling. It comes and goes, and it’s directly correlated to how often our leaders make everything worse in the worst possible way.
I miss my local library. I miss Canada.