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.
Get the weekly email full of actionable ideas and insights you can use at work and home. Brain Food newsletter is an extension of a bigger project called Farnam Street. The main idea behind the company is to help you “master the best of what other people have already figured out.” Every Sunday, the team shares thought-provoking, high-signal content to help you make better decisions, and live a better life. The range of topics is wide, but you can expect material on mental models, decision making, and in general - the art of living. The issue usually starts with excerpts and links to a recent FS blog post or a podcast episode, continues with an Insight and a Tiny Thought packed with multidisciplinary wisdom, and a section to Explore Your Curiosity which hosts curated links with the “best of human thought”. Subscribe and start feeding your brain.
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.
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.
Rob Henderson’s Newsletter
Rob Henderson uses his newsletter to write about human nature, psychology, social class, TV shows, movies, political and social divisions, and more. The eclectic nature of Rob’s newsletter means you’re certain to find something in his discussions that interests you, whether it’s politics, psychology, or just a good movie. Perhaps Rob’s most famous work is his concept of luxury beliefs, an idea Rob touches on frequently throughout his work in relation to the modern approach to social justice. Rob also shares the culture and habits of the social elite to keep you clued in on the actions of the most successful people in our society. Be sure to subscribe to Rob’s newsletter as soon as possible to expand your mind to regions you’d likely never even considered before.
A Continuous Lean
f this is a newspaper ACL is the men's style section. In ACL you can find writing on goods, fashion, craftsmanship, and travel. It is a newsletter for men who like things done the traditional way, who prefer good quality craftsmanship over ‘hype’, and who sometimes seek some parenting advice. You can also find interesting interviews with heritage brands, find out what it takes to become one and keep it alive. You will find essays on odds & ends like watches, cars, and sports equipment. Michael focuses on slow making and slow living while appreciating the good things from good people. He also gives recommendations on how to style, what to wear and how to wear it. Subscribe to A Continuous Lean for unlimited men's style advice and classic fits.
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.
Welcome To Hell World
Weekly dispatches from the pit of despair. Welcome to Hell World explores the fear and violence of daily life through a mixture of reporting, essay-writing, and memoirs. Luke O’Neils focuses on current events and shares the most unpleasant details of his own personal life. Get ready for an uncomfortable read about police brutality, addiction, political media, and eating disorders all blended together in this Hell World.
The Daily Respite
A brief interval of relief delivered to your inbox every morning. The Daily Respite is a newsletter that aims to brighten up your day with a quick distraction and a reminder of joy. Clara Parkes will greet you every day of the year with a "Good Morning" and some “fuel for the journey.” The newsletter is saturated with ideas, short poems and great Twitter finds and hosts a weekly Get-Together for you to “check-in with fellow respiters”. Get inspired by dog’s best leaf jumps, learn how to crochet a miniature couch for your cat, or step into a Japanese forest and listen to an online performance from an orchestra - all this and much more in The Daily Respite.
Writing that boldly disregards normal restraints. The Audacity is a weekly newsletter where the author Roxane Gay shares her thoughts, critiques, and frustrations revolving around current trends and our society. Along with other emerging writers, she writes The Audacity newsletter to help inspire people, remove stigmas, and have humane discussions about taboos. The author focuses especially on Women, social issues, and cultural norms to give readers some eye-opening perspectives and advice. Subscribe to The Audacity for weekly posts, or go paid and enjoy The Audacity Book Club, and special subscriber-only content "like the recipes I post on Instagram".
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.
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