capulus primum, postea requiem
The secret to happiness as an immigrant (or ’expat’) is to build a home versus just living somewhere.
What are the chances of the new but not so young British Monarch of being, not only almost relatable humang being, but also a great reformator of The Monarchy?
Post-pandemic office and work life will (likely) not be in many ways what you expect it to be. Based on anegdotal but also data-driven conclusions.
Live long and prosper. And remember; FOMO is (mostly) a lie.
This happened recently on Twitter: mostly random discussion on the ideal tool to escape disaster-hit area. To my surprise, it seems to be incomprensible to some people that their beloved pile of metal running on dinosaur juice might not be ideal tool to escape disaster-hit areas.
Maybe. So can 2021, 2022…
It is not horribly loudly advertised feature, but Hugo blogging tool has buit-in support for org-mode!
On our collective gap in knowledge of American history
First, the obvious Some things for the home office has been mentioned in the previous articles, but it's worth mentioning here again. External display, keyboard and mouse In 2020, it is very likely your company provided you with a laptop, not a desktop computer for your remote working. And now, do youself a favor. If you have any space available to set up your home office (room or corner of a room), grant yourself decent external display, keyboard and the mouse.
Why do I make everything complicated? So, even if you are in the position of home office worker temporarily, you still want to establish workspace as much as possible and set limits around it. Obvious reason for that is that you want to defend the holy grail of productivity, but these blog posts are not only about that. You will feel much better and be able to much better fulfill conditions to keep physical and mental well-being while working from home if you define what is your workspace and the limits concerning it.