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Turning points (pt 4)

1 year ago, for day 11 by Leonie Jonk 💘

After my faux heart-attack things went downhill steadily. I tried to go about my daily life as I normally had, fooling myself (and everyone around me) that I could just 'push through it'. Eating became an insurmountable task. Almost everything was painful to eat or drink. I'd nibble on things,...


Skip Hole Air Port

1 year ago, for day 11 by Max

Today’s post is rushed. I’m sitting on the train from Amsterdam to the Amsterdam airport Schiphol, to get a flight to the US for a week. When it comes to packing, I can pack everything in about 30 minutes. I just need a week's worth of clothes, a passport, my...


The gym

1 year ago, for day 11 by Fred Rivett

There's something about the gym, that to a man, feels very manly. All those bro's with bulging biceps who've been going since they were 3 years old and know everything there is to know like the back of their hand. Little known fact, I can count the amount of times...


How about it? No, really...how about it?

1 year ago, for day 11 by Sophie Clark 🏆

It started with a little thing, as all big things usually do. I was on my way to make myself a coffee, old cup in hand when a thought struck me. "How about I wash this cup up instead of putting it in the 'to be washed pile' and getting...


Yahoo still exists, really it does Pt2 (of 2)

1 year ago, for day 11 by Yorick Phoenix 🏆

Really, Yahoo? Yes, it still exists, go look: yahoo.com. I remember the days before Google when Yahoo was the search engine. If it wasn't hand indexed by somebody at Yahoo, your chances of finding a site was zero. Then Google came around and it wasn't as good as the curated...


Your grandma could probably destroy most behavioral science PhDs

1 year ago, for day 11 by Jason Hreha 💘

I love the behavioral sciences. Ever since I learned that you could study the gray lump behind our eyes, I’ve been obsessed. At first, I was obsessed with neuroscience. Neurons, axons, dopamine, serotonin, vasopressin, oxytocin—those were my friends. They danced through my dreams as I thought about the sheer complexity...

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