Turns out I am not the only one writing about health, well-being, personal development and all that jazz!
In fact, there are some people who are much better at it than me.
For anyone who has an ongoing interest in this stuff, I recommend reading widely. I am not a huge fan of ploughing through books (short attention span), but I do enjoy collecting and reading articles and blog posts from around the web that I think tackle unusual or thought-provoking topics.
In what will become a regular series on this blog (“Gareth reads the internet”), I share a few of the articles I have been reading recently.
Neuroscientist David Eagleman and composer Anthony Brandt explain how creativity works – supposedly its all about bending, blending and breaking. Sounds like an afternoon with me and a vitamix.
26 time-management tricks I wish I’d known at 20 – oh yeah, speak to me in finely crafted minimalist slides, you sexy article you
Oh dear, even people with neuroscience training believe an awful lot of brain myths – it took all 10% of my brain to wrap my head around this article
The secrets of sleep: why do we need it, and are we getting enough – cause it is awesome and no, we aren’t getting enough
Wellbeing enhanced more by places than objects, study finds – when you find yourself unexpectedly in a brain scanner – think of treasured places, not treasured objects