Productivity from a different angle.

Jul
07

rTMS for Depression

  While I don’t usually discuss specific disabilities in detail, I feel it’s important to cover my recent experience here, especially since rTMS is a lesser-known treatment. I am just

Nov
06

You Can’t Do (Just) Anything

  Especially as children and teenagers, we often hear a certain kind of well-intentioned advice: “You can be anything you want to be.” “Anything is possible if you set your

Sep
02

Dice and Doing

  Want to get things done? Roll some dice. This simple technique helps beat decision paralysis and add a little more fun to your to-do list. Essentials The Dice and

Sep
02

Notifications

  It seems everything digital wants to notify us, and it’s easy to gather a whole host of tiresome notifications accidentally. My advice is to default to turning off all

Sep
02

The Compass Method

  I have multiple disabilities, including ADHD. This means that I cannot predict my energy and focus levels, and therefore many scheduling tools, including time blocking, do not work for

Sep
02

Productive and Disabled

  There is a complicated narrative around the disabled, one that denies our ability to be productive while paradoxically demanding that we prove our worth through productivity. I believe that

Sep
02

Productive Identities

  The dominant productivity narrative centers a certain kind of individual–an able-bodied, white, male knowledge worker, who has some considerable degree of control over his own schedule. This norm is

Sep
02

What is Productivity?

I define productivity, in its truest and healthiest form, as simply doing what one intends to do to produce a positive effect. Thus watching a show or playing a game

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