OK, good enough, try... no.. screw that "adequate" stuff.
The UK's Guardian has a series called Be the Best At...and it covers sport from the squash to rugby to dinghy sailing.
If nothing else it's encouragement to dump that hatha class for something a little more exciting. And getting through the elliptical with US Weekly for kicking bum (yours and someone else's, all at once) in badminton.
It's a rule: at least once in every woman's lifetime, some guy will accuse her of being crazy.
It's another rule: at least once in every person's lifetime, you'll pause for a millisecond at a self-doubt seeding pharmaceutical commercial that asks questions like: "do you ever have low energy? are you ever not smiling? are you ever asleep? do you breathe? then you need this medication."
Find out if you have anything to worry about with the Sanity Score. This serious but not taxing online questionnaire gives a quick assessment of your mental health. You can even save your score to compare an future point. Two-plus years in the making, it's legit and
Crazy-making times like these are bound to get people feeling a little anxious, blue, or screw-it-lets-leave-all-this-behind-and-drive-til-we-run-outta-gas. This is an easy, anonymous way to see if maybe you could benefit from talking to someone. Offline, even.
You want it. We all need it. And now, Boooooom! and Design for Mankind have teamed up to broadcast it. Starting on Boooooooom! (give or take some a few o's) you can go on, enter and broadcast an atta girl to anyone you want. After a few weeks, DfM will take over the honors.
After all, Yes, we can is the temporary US motto.
Why not send one out personally, publicly, to whomever, wherever, here.
The project comes to big, giant, public realization in December so stay tuned.
;"There are all the things we learned in school (like sines and cosines, whatever they were). And then there are all of those educational gaps, like how to preparing absinthe properly, tie a tie or create a wildneress shelter.
For self-sufficiency and self-amusementry, this illustrated book has 11 chapters: Make, Eat, Drink, Style, Love, Nest, Grow, Thrive, Go, Survive, and Wow. Brought to you by The Curiosity Shoppe.
500 how-tos, enough for even the most accomplished know-it-all to get a little something.
Who knows, you master the art of drinking from a boot and get the gumption to do what all.
Maybe it's time that amulets of protection got back on "what's in" lists. With all the potential threats in this crazy world of ours—401killers, climate change, the smell of your neighbor's cooking—we call for a new form of sexy self-protection.
It happened again. The millions-$ idea you had and discussed at happy hour just got launched, lauded and is rumored to sell for $125MM. By someone else. Meanwhile, the boss want to see you about leaving leftovers in the breakroom.
The Action Method is geared toward helping creative types fight their inner procrastinator/rainbow dreamer and turn ideas into actual, finished things. We've been following this process in analog (i.e., pretty but pretty expensive paper products) but now it's online.
And the basic service is free.
A bit like the "Getting Things Done," this might actually help you do it. And it's better designed. With a nice turquoise. You can also use it with others, allowing you the power of the NAG navigation. (and APPRECIATE, too.)