Newsletters on Life
Definitely a wide topic, but full of life’s little gems. These newsletters tell stories, share extraordinary experiences, and encourage you to reflect on your life. Read about living life online, get some true life learnings, and find little connections that will change your perspective.
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.
Embedded with gentle optimism, insight, knowledge, and inspiration about how beauty can apply to your business life Living Beautifully is a weekly newsletter where author Alan Moore describes an empowering way of looking at the world. Alan wishes to inspire people and appreciate the beauty of the world around us by curating detailed posts on awe-inspiring architecture, motivating conversations, exquisite food, unique cultures, and thought-provoking insights. Moving away from the materialistic world, Alan explores brands and people who strive to provide authentic products, experiences, and solutions such as recycling waste to create clothes, powerful ways to tackle climate change, and captivating books to supercharge your wisdom. Subscribe to Living Beautifully for thoughtfully curated posts to discover an optimistic perspective of the world around us - conveniently delivered to your inbox
Weekly observations from the Internet Wilderness. Naive Weekly is a personal newsletter that will take you out of your internet bubble. Prepare to jump through links, fall down rabbit holes, and discover unimaginable corners of the web. Kristoffer organizes the newsletter into specific sections for roadside flowers (“single-purpose websites reminding us that the internet is beautiful”), field notes (curation of interesting blog posts that keep the internet diverse), and collections (think of Strava art and 90s screensavers). The author also shares interviews with readers of Naive Weekly and other personal projects, like Penpal cafe, that connects people through letters. Subscribe to explore the ever-expanding internet jungle through Kristoffer’s extraordinary lens.
Fun, thought-provoking poetry, every-week Hello Universe is a novel newsletter that attempts to provide contrast in a suffering world. Punit Thakkar writes poetry with a catchy meter and rhythm, aiming to make you feel like you've gone back to your childhood, reading poems in school with your favorite teacher. Every newsletter consists of an original poem and personal commentary on the inspiration and thoughts behind it. Subscribe and fall in love with poetry!
Both Are True
Absurd, honest comedy through vulnerable essays Laugh out loud with Alex’s personal essays packed with life lessons, emotion, and comedy. Every week, Alex writes about some of his personal experiences and what he extracted from them. He wishes to guide people, make them laugh, and offer them some advice on life through his love of writing. He’ll walk you through his crazy journey, including the torments of parenting, how he almost went to jail, and what it’s like knowing your country is being attacked. Subscribe to Both Are True to catch up on Alex’s hilarious experiences, learn what he’s learning, and get his two cents on this weird thing called life.
#trpplffct | fresh poetry & friends
Your inbox poetry magazine, bringing fresh poetry to your inbox weekly. #trpplffct | fresh poetry & friends is a newsletter full of fresh poetry and inspiration. The interesting title is short for The Tripple Effect. It refers to three forces that make poetry what it is: the poet, the poem, and the reader. Arjan Tupan believes that every one of us assigns a different meaning to the poetry we read, but by sharing this experience we spread much-needed empathy. Every Friday, the author sends out an issue with an original piece and inspiration behind it, as well as complimentary content in a form of recommended poems by other poets and related podcasts episodes. If that resonates with you - subscribe and enjoy panglish poetry!
No Girl is an Island
No Girl is an Island is your semimonthly ray of sunshine + free therapy in a world that wants more compassion, kindness, and cat videos. You won't find politics, preaching, or tips on how to synergize your workspace. Instead, you'll receive doses of art, music, articles, recipes, or videos that I found funny, useful, or simply worth sharing. Reading Lani’s letters feels like listening to a friend. These free-spirited thoughts could sometimes be very honest and personal, other times just witty and cute, but they are always very relatable. Subscribe for a fresh dose of honesty and enjoy your therapy session!
Get the 5 Things I've Been Loving, Using, and Reading: Books, Gadgets, Hacks, and More. 5-Bullet Friday, a newsletter famous for crashing websites, is a result of Tim Ferri’s constant exploration of the world (if you haven’t heard about him, you will need to read more about his personality, to get a better idea). Considered as a “treasure trove”, the newsletter describes five coolest things the author’s been enjoying. From exclusive giveaways and the latest obsessions to new hacks and tricks from the experts - you’ll always be caught by surprise with something new and exciting. So, if you’re into all kinds of weird stuff from all over the world and want some VIP treatment in a form of exclusive deals and events - subscribe and join 1.5mln+ of adventurous readers.
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.
Peter Attia’s Newsletter
Non-lame, weekly emails on the latest strategies and tactics for increasing your lifespan, healthspan, and well-being. Dr. Peter Attia is a physician focusing on the applied science of longevity. The research-driven newsletter focuses on how to live longer, be healthier, and optimize your performance. Peter Attia’s career in medicine, as a scientist, experience as an ultra-endurance athlete lends him a unique perspective. He explores strategies and tactics to increase lifespan, healthspan, and well-being, and optimize cognitive, physical, and emotional health. The newsletter takes a form of a ‘summary’. You’ll find an intro to a recent article, an overview of a podcast episode as well as links to related content. The topics range from the feeling of guilt, and the ketogenic diet to hyperbolic discounting and the limitations of scientific work. Whether you’re just curious or wish to take charge of your well-being - subscribe and get actionable insights on how to lead a healthier life.
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