Hoping to help make your weekend easier & better, here’s your weekend reader with quotes, books, links, music and images that I came across during the past week and feel are true to the spirit of Justrollingwith.it. I hope you enjoy it!
“While the clock-punching, scarcity model of “just so many hours in a day” keeps us pressured and diminished, a more relaxed, expansive approach to time reveals how much of this stress is self-induced.”
– Real Happiness at Work by Sharon Salzberg
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If you ever suspected it, now you know, Facebook can cause depression.
Some nice ideas here about rethinking your definition of success.
I’m still learning a lot from The Heart of the Buddha’s Teaching: Transforming Suffering into Peace, Joy, and Liberation, by Thích Nhất Hạnh. I usually have a tendency to rush through books to check them off my list (working on that!). In this case, I’ve made a deliberate attempt to slown down, not push, and let what I’m learning sink-in along the way.
Another great cycling workout mix, this time recommended by Jonathan Blyer, who’s also profiled in the latest installment of Doing What You Love.