Now: 25 July 2021

Going on for me right now:

Reading: Why I am Not Going to Buy a Computer by Wendell Berry, Dove Mi Trovo by Jhumpa Lahiri, Consolations by David Whyte, Dedicated by Pete Davis, Love People, Use Things by Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus, and On Time and Water by Andri Snær Magnason.

Podcasting: with Lee Miller at midlifing.net

Music listening: Balmorhea, Hammock, The Album Leaf, Lorde, Devendra Banhart, The National.

Podcast listening: The Jordan Harbinger Show, More or Less: Behind the Stats, i’m done with self care now, Canguro English, All Songs Considered, The Pyschology Podcast, Talking Politics: History of Ideas

Thinking: I’ve been thinking about what it is that I’m practisiing when I’m in conversation with Lee Miller for Midlifing: friendship? Improvisation? Talking? Listening? Also thinking about the nature of (personal) networking and my ambivalence towards it.

Practising: Dancing every day: slow dancing, improvised dancing, dancing to music.

This now page is inspired by Patrick Rhone who was inspired by Derek Sivers

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