10 posts tagged with "life"

    brag document - 2020

    2021-03-05

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    ~5 min read

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    930 words

    For guidance on what to put into each section, see here. Sections Goals for this year Goals for next year Projects Collaboration…

    socializing in the covid era

    2021-03-05

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    ~3 min read

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    506 words

    Telling someone that I have plans to see a friend later seems to raise a lot of eyebrows today. It feels like what was once a normal act now…

    annual review - 2019

    2021-03-05

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    ~18 min read

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    3436 words

    As 2019 comes to a close, I sat down to complete another year in review. I find the few hours these take each year to be extraordinarily…

    annual review - 2018

    2021-03-05

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    ~9 min read

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    1724 words

    To close 2018, I sat down and completed Rohan Rajiv’s 10 Question Annual Review. I had read annual reviews for years - and despite several…

    in defense of pen & paper

    2021-03-05

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    ~3 min read

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    427 words

    I seem incapable of reading without a pen in hand. If I am not in a place where I can underline or jot a note in the margins — I don’t read…

    in defense of pen & paper

    2021-03-05

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    ~3 min read

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    427 words

    I seem incapable of reading without a pen in hand. If I am not in a place where I can underline or jot a note in the margins — I don’t read…

    marathon pace and stumbling forward

    2021-03-05

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    ~2 min read

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    396 words

    The topic of life as a journey has been on my mind lately - evidenced by my last two essays Defense of Detours and Arrive Safely And Avoid…

    marathon pace and stumbling forward

    2021-03-05

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    ~2 min read

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    396 words

    The topic of life as a journey has been on my mind lately - evidenced by my last two essays Defense of Detours and Arrive Safely And Avoid…

    ps and qs: the overlooked final piece

    2021-03-05

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    ~3 min read

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    421 words

    When I was younger, I learned to “mind my Ps and Qs.” I’m glad I did. It’s a relatively straightforward behavior that has paid dividends…

    ps and qs: the overlooked final piece

    2021-03-05

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    ~3 min read

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    421 words

    When I was younger, I learned to “mind my Ps and Qs.” I’m glad I did. It’s a relatively straightforward behavior that has paid dividends…

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