Some reading you might like

Today I’m sharing some excellent writing from other writers, rather than writing for you myself, because I’m on a climbing trip.

Are you overworked? Ernie Zelinski’s The Joy of Not Working is a must-read.

Do you want to be less distracted at work? Read Cal Newport’s Deep Work.

Do you suffer from procrastination? Maybe David Cain’s article “How to work now and procrastinate later” will help.

Looking for topical fiction? Look no further than Dave Eggers’s The Circle.

Do you pretend to want one thing while wishing you had something else? Read Steve Pavlina’s article “Broadcast Your Desires”.

Want to get your mind blown? Read “Does the Universe Exist if We’re Not Looking?” from a 2002 issue of Discover Magazine.

Want to get sucked into a sci-fi story? James S.A. Corey’s The Expanse is for you.

For classic sci-fi, read Orson Scott Card’s Ender’s Game. I swear, you’ll love this book.

Interested in but skeptical about meditation? Try reading Dan Harris’s 10% Happier without getting excited about meditating.

Do you want to see what amazing non-fiction writing looks like? Read Michael Lewis’s The Undoing Project.

Are you always tired? Read Matthew Walker’s Why We Sleep.

Finally, the best book I’ve ever read? Patrick Rothfuss’s The Name of the Wind.

Until tomorrow!


— Peter

P.S. In case you’re curious where I’m climbing: my girlfriend and I are bouldering in the forest of Fontainebleau.

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