Category: What I’m Reading

How Do We Challenge Cultural Limitations in Learned and Imaginative Writings?

Let’s uncover the power of cultural influences on language, imagery, and perspectives in writings. How do we learn to surpass these limitations? Edward Said, the renowned author of “Orientalism,” profoundly underscored that learned and imaginative writings are never truly free. They are tightly bound by distinct boundaries that dictate the imagery employed, the assumptions made, […]

Making Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Visible is a Major Goal of Mine

One morning, I came across a Substack newsletter, The Rest Room, that brought me great joy; it was concerning a conversation about “Can technology teach me to pace?” It turns out that pacing is a regular topic of this newsletter, so I’m mighty glad that I’m now subscribed. Pacing, as luck would have it, is […]

3 Things I Learned From the Lifehacker Book

Looking for some quick and easy life hacks you can apply today to make yourself more productive? I’d like to share what I’ve been learning from the book Lifehacker: The Guide to Working Smarter, Faster, and Better, 3rd Edition, by Adam Pash and Gina Trapani. This edition of the Lifehacker book was written in June […]

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