Newsletters on Well-being
Interested in being healthy and happy - find some inspiration and actionable advice in a newsletter! Read stories about the pursuit of happiness, see mental health through a digital lens, and learn about anxiety and ways to quiet your mind - all this and much more in these newsletters on well-being.
A newsletter about staying sane in the climate and wider ecological crisis. Gen Dread shares perspectives on the climate crisis through an emotional lens. Dr. Britt Wray believes that ‘the age of eco-anxiety is upon us’ and is here to discuss new ideas and solutions that would help cope with reality and protect our emotional well-being. The newsletter hosts original essays, interviews, and guest posts from ‘similarly spirited writers’. Subscribe to read about eco-grief and emotional intelligence and learn 'how to live well with the climate crisis’.
Brass Ring Daily
What are you reaching for? Brass Ring Daily is a motivational newsletter with encouraging notes to help you keep going every morning. Kara Cutruzzula offers tips, insights, and genuine inspiration grounded in her own experience - the highs and lows of her creative work. Brass Ring Daily hosts productivity hacks, tips for creativity, and a dose of optimism with an added bonus of a picture or a video worth seeing. Read about ways to form your ideas, setting streaks to form habits and the benefits of 10 ideas a day. Subscribe and “Keep trying, keep failing, keep going.”
YouTopian Journey provides weekly motivation and wisdom to help you become mentally stronger and realize your potential. Starting in early 2021, YouTopian Journey is the first-of-its-kind, self-help, graphic novel that provides advice to its thousands of followers on everything from motivation to creativity. With insightful pieces delving into the cost of being creative, as well as forcing yourself to recognize your own talents, YouTopian Journey is a true essential for those looking to get through life’s daily battles. YouTopian Journey's diverse subscriber base reflects its broad range of topics, with followers from backgrounds like investing, creating, entrepreneurship, and even hacking! Don’t miss out on this newsletter and enjoy unique artwork from a custom-drawn comic book while reading.
Social Media Detox
Thoughts on life + self-care for content creators. Social Media Detox is a weekly newsletter with content tips and mental health resources to help you unplug when you're struggling to do so. Whether you’re spending a lot of time on social media for your career, or just generally find yourself trying to cut back on your screen time, Social Media Detox is going to help change your relationship with the...Social Media! After speaking to many other content creators, Nicole realized that exhaustion was common in her field, and became set on the aim of giving advice on how to detox from your device. Whether it's tips on how to be easier on yourself after a misstep or just general advice on how to tame that desire to be on your phone, Nicole has it covered. So be sure to check out Social Media Detox, for tips that will improve your approach to the online world and TL;DRs on marketing and social media.
A fun, messy, honest, vulnerable, over-sharing holiday card you receive from your crazy auntie! The Overshare is aptly named. Writer Brittany Ballard, known as Baby Luck, doesn’t fear vulnerability and exposure and weaves it into her writing. The author is honest when discussing her emotions, be it something as minute as her stress over an incomplete garden, or as big as the lifelong battle with eating disorders - Brittany tells it how it is. She also frequently touches on life as a parent, not shying away from the trials and tribulations that it comes with. So if you’re looking for advice, or just trying to find someone’s writing you feel you can relate to, be sure to check out The Overshare.
The Think Clearly newsletter gives you little reflection exercises to help you in your daily life, created with love and admiration. Written by Mathias Jakobsen, Think Clearly is a newsletter designed to have you reflect on your thinking and working patterns, as well as being a place for Mathias to just share his thoughts and feelings. Whether you need to manage a seemingly never-ending to-do list, make a life-changing career decision, or just want to hear why Mathias loves Paris Hilton, Think Clearly is the newsletter for you. Written and doodled by Mathias Jakobsen, the man who founded his first digital company at just 15 years old, as well as having experience in journalism, photography, and consultancy. After taking a long break of over a year, and switching platforms, Mathias is back to give you the skills to stop and think clearly in the fast-paced hustle and bustle of the modern world.
Maker Mind is your weekly dose of mindful productivity. Get inspired by evidence-backed essays about structured distractions, flexible consistency, and good stress. Fascinated by all the weird ways our brain works, Anne-Laure Le Cunf explores the intersection between entrepreneurship and neuroscience. Maker Mind dares to create, encourages to seek motivational challenges, and learn to think better. The newsletter dives deep into all things productivity, creativity, and mental wellness. It is divided into three sections - “Brain food” with links to original articles, “Brain candy” with interesting links from around the internet, and “Brain hack” with an exclusive mini-article. So, if you’re fed up with the magic formulas shared by so-called productivity gurus, subscribe to Maker Mind and make most of your mind!
Real running for real people. Running Probably is a weekly newsletter where running enthusiast Paul Flannery describes his running journey, shares training tips, and introduces other inspiring runners. As a runner, Paul shares his goals, inspirations, and motivations with his audience to inspire and motivate them on their own running journey. He writes about building resilience, making the most of recovery weeks, and pain management. Why probably? Because along with the weekly posts, Paul is keen to discuss some other random topics of his life. He gives his readers a glimpse into his personal life, including topics on nutrition, strength training, parenting, and shares value-filled nuggets of gold in his Friday ramblings. Subscribe to Running Probably for tips, tricks, and inspiration to help you on your running journey and keep you motivated to achieve your goals
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.
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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