Five Things #134

Every Tuesday I share five things I've liked and think you might like too. Here are this week’s Five Things…

  1. One of my goals for the year has been to read more and so far so good! 15 days in and I've finished reading my second book. The Courage To Be Disliked is a short book that explores the psychology of Alfred Alder through conversations between a philosopher and a youth. A lot of Alder's theories are a little counter intuitive but the conversation format used in the book made them easy to comprehend. It's one of those books that I wish my 16 year old self could have read!

  2. Talking of new year's goals, if you have any habits (good or bad!) that you want to keep track of, check out Tally: The Anything Tracker. I've been using it to track various habits that I want to enforce, as well as how much coffee I've been consuming and have found it very motivating. The app is well designed and looks great which is a nice bonus too.

  3. If you're willing to tolerate "strong bloody violence", I recommend you add Narcos Mexico to your watch list on Netflix. As per the original Narcos series it's very good! Can't wait for series 2.

  4. "When starlings flock together, wheeling and darting through the sky in tight, fluid formations, we call it a murmuration" - This is a really beautiful collection of photos.

  5. Without doubt our brains are amazing things. Which makes it all the more enjoyable when we catch them making mistakes. Read this tweet and watch the video... Be warned, the tweet definitely contains a rude word and depending on your interpretation the video might do too.

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