This could be Jeanine by Francesca Zama on Pexels Yesterday my good friend Jeanine phoned to wish me a fantastic time at Christmas. I luckily missed her call and took special extra care not to ring back, going as far as deleting the missed call from my history. As much as that red-colored reminder can … Continue reading Should You Pick up Calls From Toxic People at Christmas?
All my posts on one picture by Nana Smirnova on Unsplash I just scrolled back to my first post and got scared. I think old posts are hiding inside a server, in the middle of the arctic circle, or somewhere cold enough to freeze a phoenix. In this cold, dry place, they regroup, their words … Continue reading Do You Ever Wonder What Happens to Your Old Blog Posts?
Me and my brother reflecting on 2020 by Sepp Rutz on Unsplash I see all the articles about 2021, and I’m like: “Whoa whoa whoa, wait a minute!” It’s not time to wrap up 2020, nor to close it or look back. 2020 is still alive! And with less than three days left, it’s more … Continue reading You Can Still Make 2020 a Great Year
That's me, meditating by tabitha turner on Unsplash Sit back, relax, and enjoy! Believe it or not, I started meditating four years ago thanks to a Tinder date. After four years, I believe that the best practice is the one we can find at the intersection of formal meditation and our daily lives. Many posts … Continue reading Try This Reading Mindfulness Meditation
More answers can be found here: https://www.pexels.com/@pixabay Reading Mayank Pamnani’s article 5 Common Questions By Medium Writers, I got inspired to write a follow-up. Questions are borrowed from Mayank. My answers are assuming you’re trying to be read on Medium 🙂 (Even though this is WordPress!) (Some answers are applicable here though) 1. Which publications … Continue reading Questions Commonly Asked By Medium Writers – ANSWERED!
This was not Seneca’s Google+ profile picture, by https://www.pexels.com/@skitterphoto Google+ discontinuation was announced (to the public) in December 2018, with April 2, 2019, as the effective date. This led Seneca to write: “Every great creation has had granted to it a period of reprieve before its fall.” Seneca goes on to highlight the fact that … Continue reading Seneca’s Letters From a Stoic — XCI. On The Lesson To Be Drawn From The Discontinuation of Google+
The first one is, of course, to Santa Claus. My letter to Santa Claus by John-Mark Smith from Pexels I have two goals for the holiday season. Well, three. First, I would like to gain six pounds before the end of the year. This one should be easy enough to achieve. Second, double my number … Continue reading Write These 3 Letters to Get Better at Blogging During Christmas
Me and my Mother by https://www.pexels.com/@olly They have achieved mythical status in the family. Almost everyone but myself read at least part of them. After hearing so much about them, my daughter read both; and my son, even though he’s still too young, gave them a try. My partner is re-reading one of them every … Continue reading My Mother Has Been Telling Me to Read These Two Books for 30 Years
That's not me with my kid by Katie E from Pexels Last Monday night, my toddler slept for one hour. As it was my turn to take care of her, I slept maybe thirty minutes. My wife, on the contrary, was happily snoring thanks to her earplugs and our yellow soundproof blanket for the door. … Continue reading How To Write a Viral Post — Without Quoting Steve Jobs or Jeff Bezos
That's me, typing like a madlad by Thom Milkovic on Unsplash When I told my mother I was blogging a lot lately, she said: “Great, the world needs more writers. Writing is in danger.” She has pretty conservative views on some topics. Reading real books made of paper is mandatory for everyone in her house … Continue reading Remember To Ask Yourself This Question: Why Am I Blogging?