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.
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.
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!
A Newsletter From the Desk of Austin Kleon
Weekly art, writing, and creative inspiration. A newsletter from the desk of Austin Kleon is not your ordinary curation. Being a writer who draws, the author sparks your curiosity by visually narrating different tips and tricks. Think of a technique on how to make a map of your mind or exercises to help you feel thankful. In addition to his creative bursts, you will get a list of ‘10 things worth sharing’. You can expect links to articles on how a book is made, music recommendations, original reviews of moby dick and so much more art-related things. Want to engage with your creative side? Subscribe to Austin Kleon’s newsletter and get inspired.
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.
This Week's Worth
A weekly extraction of fascinating things humans put on the Internet. For curious people in a hurry. This Week’s Worth provides insights, summaries, and links to the creme de la creme of the world wide web. Personal development looks like the main theme running throughout the newsletter, but you can expect loads of different stuff. The topics range from best beliefs sourced from HN to articles on historic events and from book notes and insights to “how-to” blog posts. Subscribe for content and stay for tweets and GIFs of the week!
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.
From the Curious Mind of Jocelyn K. Glei
Ideas for finding more creativity and meaning in our daily lives. From the curious mind of Jocelyn K. Glei is full of great reads and actionable advice. The author shares inspiring treasures she finds in the wilderness of the web. Whether it’s on burnout, on friendship and communities, or prescribed perfectionism, Jocelyn K. Glei will always find some signal in this crazy world. The newsletter consists of an intro on what’s new and interesting and a section named “Link about it” filled with impactful content pieces to read or listen to. The recommendations are complemented with the author’s commentary, and always illustrated with beautiful artwork. Subscribe if you’re looking for some calm.
Bringing you inside the workspaces of inspiring creatives. Workspaces is a twice-weekly newsletter that lets you peek into the surroundings of other creatives. Work, whether it’s a job, a side project, or a creative outlet is a big part of our lives, so looking at the workspaces you’re getting a glimpse of people’s personalities. The newsletter features beautiful pictures of the workspace and its surroundings as well as a complimentary list of hardware and software in use. Think of video editing tools, noise-canceling headphones, and sometimes even books you will want to check out. Subscribe to get new ideas for upgrading your own workspace, find a new tool to use, and discover creators working on interesting things.
Weekly wisdom you can read in 5 minutes or less. The best one-sentence review that describes a difficult-to-describe “3-2-1” newsletter would be - “The most wisdom per word of any newsletter on the web.” Read by over a million subscribers weekly the 3-2-1 newsletter is incredibly simple. It includes 3 short ideas from the author, 2 quotes from others, and 1 question for you to ponder. James Clear has a superpower to condense big ideas and concepts and write about them in an easy-to-understand way. He always aims for actionable, so all the ideas could be put into practice in your daily life. If you’ve not already - subscribe and start exploring “How can we live better?”
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