Sometimes taking a Q&A format, sometimes producing long-form essays on complex questions, these newsletters are full of advice. Discuss products and growth, issues facing the LGBTQ community, or just get some wit and wisdom on your daily life. Subscribe and engage with the author to get some answers!
A weekly missive in which I write about books, behavior, and the brain. Tune in! Tom White considers the newsletter a work of experimentation. White Noise is the author’s attempt to make sense of the content he consumes, as “putting pen to paper help elucidate the what, the why, and the how of things.” White Noise targets thoughtful, curious minds with the smooth prose and nonfictional insights that come from extensive reading, thinking, and real-life experiencing.
Fewer Better Things
Decluttering our lives and consuming only what we need and utilize often. Fewer better things is a weekly newsletter where author Per Hakansson discusses how to live more meaningful lives by making better choices with the things we choose to buy and use with simplified living. Per aims to help people become conscious consumers, live mindfully, appreciate the small things they have, and realize the impact of their choices. Deep dive into a world of minimalism and simplicity by exploring topics on building better habits, how to prepare for a recession, and identifying what you need and don’t need. Subscribe to Fewer Better Things for valuable advice, insights, and tips to live simple, enriching lives and make more mindful choices - conveniently delivered to your inbox every Sunday.
The Profile features the best long-form stories on people and companies in business, entertainment, tech, sports, and more. Stemming from the belief that there are a lot of lessons to be learned from people's everyday lives and journeys, The Profile aims to tell stories about some of the world's most exceptional people in different industries. From a profile of a carpet cleaner who speaks 24 languages and one on Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson to surveying 100 couples to find out their secrets of a successful relationship, Polina Pompliano always finds fascinating people to ‘profile’. Moreover, the author thoroughly believes in protecting its subscriber's "inbox time." So, you can rest assured to learn only the most valuable lessons from every story you read when you subscribe.
Chipping away at the inscrutability of modern life, popular culture, and how we feel about both. Maybe Baby is one of the leading culture newsletters on Substack. This newsletter is an attempt by Haley Nahman to understand the confusing yet exciting world around her, learning about modern life (and how to survive it) along the way. The author hopes to inspire people and offer a unique approach to life by sharing her personal stories and cultural critiques especially aiming at self-delusion, cognitive bias, mass media, and how our lives are affected by all three. Subscribe to Maybe Baby for weekly essays, recommendations, podcasts, and monthly advice where the author takes in 3 questions from readers and gives her detailed answers.
Help-self Bookbear express is full of personal stories and self-expression or as the author puts herself - “this is a place where my brain can hang out with yours!“. Whether Ava is describing the beauty of effort, discussing the importance of judging oneself by your own standards, or giving advice on how to avoid half-heartedness - her writing will hit you every time. It’s simple, yet deep, honest, and blunt - and it will definitely make you think. So, if you love reading and you’re into psychology and relationships - subscribe and enjoy a session of help-self.
Practical life advice for dog dads, one pawsome quote, and one carefully curated recommendation or link. Sunday Scoop is an extension of Furrimals, a blog and a one-stop-shop for all things dogs. Written by Lee Parker (a dog dad to Luna, the cutest Bulldog), the newsletter is full of relatable content. From actionable tips and encouragement to practical life advice - Sunday Scoop will give you an inside look into the daily struggles and joy of being a dog dad. Subscribe for insights and advice and get access to Lee’s favorite gear and tools with an added bonus of referral codes!
Get It Together
Get It Together is a weekly newsletter full of original essays, interviews, and commentary about music, art, and building a creative life. Written by a queer-feminist person and tailored for elder Millenials, cynical queers, and independent artists, Get It Together is first and foremost - honest. Lauren Denitzio shares their real thoughts, tells you about things that they love and asks the right questions to understand how other artists figure it all out. The variety of issues range from learning to stop worrying and thoughts on Anthony Bourdain to interviews with book authors and behind-the-stage action (Warriors fans wru?). Subscribe for a “little ranty, pretty queer” publication and get it together yourself.
Advice on Product, Management, Strategy, Leadership, Culture & Careers. Ask Gib is a monthly rundown where former VP of Netflix and product leader Gibson Biddle answers product management, strategy, and leadership questions. The author aims to create a community of successful product leaders by sharing his thoughts and advice on product-related questions. Every month, Gib gets a boatload of questions from product leaders worldwide and the topics range from the habits of successful product managers to product discovery and understanding the customer journey better. In each issue, the author gives a short answer and then dives deep into the subject, going through all the data and providing actionable steps when needed. P.S. you can choose which questions should be answered by upvoting them here - https://app.sli.do/event/dr11rp93/live/questions Subscribe to Ask Gib to clear all your doubts and concerns about product management and excel in your career.
Career advice, productivity hacks, entertainment, and more. If it’s worth your time, it’s in here. Sidekick is a newsletter looking to curate all the exciting and important information from across the internet into one place. The aim is simple: to help you become smarter within mere minutes. If you’re seeking to level up your career and your life Sidekick is an essential tool! Their newsletters are paced evenly throughout the week to make sure you’re always in the loop. Whether you’re looking for advice as life gradually goes back to normal, trying to figure out how to approach a job interview, or just seeking out the latest TikTok trend. Get all the information you need quickly and concisely by subscribing to Sidekick today!
Sivv summarises actionable insights from leading books, articles, and research to help you get smarter, faster. Sivv digest newsletter is all about learning smart. The team reviews hundreds of sources each day and curates the most useful ideas to help you save time and learn more efficiently. It’s not just a list of multiple links - all stories have been summarized and crafted into an easy to consume format. Sivv digest is more about ideas that are generally applicable and timeless rather than specific topics. So think of them as “life hacks” and expect anything from advice and theory to frameworks and results from a study. Subscribe and overcome the information overload.
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