We’ve learned a lot. Not all of it can fit in our books. we write weekly articles about the things on our mind.
In this new take on an old Greek myth, we look at the overlap between Sisyphus and depression to find a more empowering way to avoid a common form of despair.
The prospect of getting back out into the world after a pandemic can be a scary one, so here are some thoughts for dealing with Coronavirus reopening anxiety.
The hype cycle shows us the path most products take on their way to mainstream adoption. It also tells us something about life and mental health.
It’s often difficult to handle losing interest in something. But this is a natural part of the ebbs and flows in life. Here, we’ll try to make sense of them.
We often think of the phrase “it is what it is” as a passive, defeated pronouncement. But it’s really not. Come find out why.
As you’ve seen across our sites and products, we’ve got a new look this year. Come find out the thought process and meaning behind our new “snake brain” logo.