Inspirations & Distractions

Curating My Procrastination, Inspirations & Distractions
Here’s a thing I may or may not keep on doing
Curating My Procrastination

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The Hard Aches

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Life Is a Video Game—Here Are the Cheat Codes – Mark Manson

(some solid life advice + swearing for impact)

I’ve posted some other people thinking about life so you don’t have to before and before if you’re interested

3. This

Top ten spitpaints of the week, remember these were painted in 30 minutes:

Did you get it? If not, make sure you go watch/rewatch it

4. This

Neuralink and the Brain’s Magical Future – Wait But Why, Tim Urban

Read it, read it all (I do recommend Pocket for save it later reads)

5. This

Peter Draws thinking about art so you don’t have to (part 2)

(part 1)

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