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.
The Single Supplement
Because single people deserve a newsletter of their own. Just that, this newsletter covers all the topics that a single person could care about without the usual judgment that's being felt between the lines. Nicola writes about topics from dealing with personal finance and mortgages to navigating awkward family interrogations and sometimes about the lonely feeling of being alone. Nicola shares very personal stories that we all can relate to since we’ve all dealt with them at some point in our lives. Like the feeling of always being behind or feeling invisible in a big city, especially after the pandemic, or just how it is a lot easier to be in a relationship since our society is couple-centric. However, this newsletter is not ONLY for single people, there are stories and insights for all, coupled or uncoupled. So subscribe to The Single Supplement for a dose of honesty and get all the stories, curated news, and interesting Q&As
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.
Reflections on life without alcohol Exploring Sobriety is a blend of a journal and carefully crafted essays. The author Benya Clark shares his struggles with alcohol addiction and experiences overcoming it. He covers a wide variety of topics within recovery, ranging from helpful tips to personal anecdotes. Although the focus of this newsletter is alcoholism, Benya expects that other types of addicts will also relate to what he shares. Join Benya in his journey by reading about how to survive and thrive without alcohol, the sacrifices you need to make to overcome addiction, and the dark reality of how alcohol slowly poisons you. Whether you want to quit, help a loved one out, or are trying to prevent a relapse, this is the right newsletter for you.
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.
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.
Barking Up The Wrong Tree
Provides science-based insights on how to be awesome at life. Barking Up The Wrong Tree is a humorous and actionable advice newsletter covering human behavior. The newsletter hosts original pieces, backed by the latest findings in science, trying to provide an answer on “how to be a better x”. Think of tips and tricks on topics like how to overcome impostor syndrome, ways to be awesome in marriage, or how to manage fear and improve your productivity. All of this comes with links to original research and studies and...few anecdotes! Subscribe to learn how to be awesome at work and at home, and have a laugh or two along the way.
Evidence-based pregnancy and parenting. Put your assumptions away and learn how to make data-driven decisions when expecting and raising a child. The newsletter questions common pregnancy and parenting rules, by analyzing data from different research papers and studies. Emily Oster takes current events into account and writes about pregnancy risks in times of COVID and Wildfires, provides data on Schools and Day Care, and tangles other important parenting questions, by applying economics into everyday life.
A weekly advice column on leadership and radical self-inquiry. Ask Jerry is a series of conversations between Andy Sparks and Jerry Colonna answering questions from the readers. The authors discuss behavioral patterns and psychological habits, answering questions like how to manage feelings of resentment to your Co-founder or how to find purpose in life. So if you understand the value of self-discovery, subscribe to the words of wisdom from Jerry Colonna.
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