Pointing out problems is easy. But we all have a choice to make: do we want to be critics, or optimists?
We are terrible at managing our time. Here are two techniques I've found useful for helping understand the value of time.
How I offset my carbon footprint each year, supporting worthy projects in the process (and how you can too).
We're all guilty of using jargon sometimes. It feels good, and shows expertise. But we should only be using it in specific situations.
Remote work has taught us all a lot. Here are ten things that have stood out for me.
I switched from Squarespace to Webflow last year, after seeing a big drop in my traffic. Here's why.
We all make mistakes. How we deal with them has a dramatic impact on the trajectory of our lives.
My 2020 Annual Review covers what went well, what didn't go well, and what I learned in 2020.
There are three steps to a great annual review: reflect, brainstorm, and plan. This article outlines my process and includes a template with 50+ prompts for things to review.
Working in view of others is uncomfortable for everyone. But working transparently is by far the fastest way to improve and produce a great product. This post explores why you should be working transparently.