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On becoming healthy, wealthy, and wise.

Nat Eliason applies a holistic approach and gives strategic ideas on living a high-output life. Almanack discusses the mental models behind high-performers, dives deep into so-called “healthy” foods and their effect on our bodies, and gives you a step-by-step guide for taking notes in Roam. Subscribe now and explore the ways to be more effective, healthier, and more successful in everything you do.


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Nat Eliason is a writer and a businessperson who is into health, building, and learning. After an unsuccessful venture, Nat Eliason lived a nomad life, traveling the world and writing about marketing, travel, and technology on his personal blog. The site became a platform for his future ventures - he started a weekly newsletter called The Monday Medley and later joined the Every writer collective with a new publication - Almanack.


The newsletter is part of the Every - a writer collective that offers a variety of business/productivity newsletters as a bundle. By subscribing to a free version you are supposed to receive only occasional public posts and it is indeed very occasional. We managed to found only a few issues that were available for free. But, you are guaranteed to receive the weekly Sunday Digest with summaries and links to all the content from the bundle, that was published throughout the week.

If you wish to silence some of the newsletters you can always change preferences on your account page (a link is being sent with every issue). You can opt-out from everything except Almanack, or - you can go all in and decide later!


The paid subscription of Every bundle costs $20 (or $1 for 30 days trial and then $200 per year) and gives you access to the most in-depth articles from a variety of other business/productivity newsletters. Paid subscribers will receive an issue of Almanack...very randomly. Sometimes an issue is being sent out every week, sometimes - it’s complete silence. The author seems to be back again, so we suggest looking out for the Almanack to hit your inbox as a surprise, once or twice every week.

Either way, going paid suppose to increase both - quantity and the depth of the articles.

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