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What are the best history podcasts? What criteria to we rank history podcasts on? Breaking from the linear narrative format of history book/audiobooks, the five authors covered use their expansive personalities to make history fun again! Tangents, personal stories, and meta-podcasting (the podcaster becoming conscious of the act of podcasting) are all a welcome detour … Read more
1.Read at work 2. Finish every book you start 3. Listen to audiobooks all the time 4. Replace all meaningless tasks with reading 5. Research the books and then read 6. Read on phone/tablet 7. Read in bathroom 8. Read outside 9. Read before bed 10. Social incentives
Reading deprivation in week four of the Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron is one of the hardest challenges in the whole book! This episode goes over why this challenge isn’t just about breaking from technology. One of the key benefits of reading deprivation is bringing back play. Living an artistic life rooted in play helps … Read more
There are millions of authors with incomplete books out there. Most will never be published. This video details how to finish your book through alignment. Through journaling, time in nature, and other playful activities this alignment manifests. Once centered, an author can step into taking massive action to finish and then revise their piece of … Read more
In this conscious book review, Ian Cattanach explores the diary form, the use of the bildungsroman, the blending of western and indigenous coming of age stories, the mixed blood theories of Louis Owens, false narratives, and the character evolution of Arnold spirit in The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie. I … Read more