Issue 1, part last: The dive on Social anxiety
Happy Monday and welcome to Take Notice! Each month we build on a topic, dive deeper, and generate resources you can keep coming back to. There are 10 wonderful friends plus wife who is currently playing the solo variant of Sherlock Holmes: Consulting Detective boardgame which makes for finer reading reading 1206 words all over the world, yay! Dark skies, dirt roads. I'm currently sat in a wooden log cabin, at a dark brown wooden rectangular table, keenly aware of the warped wood bulging out...
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Issue 1, part middle: The word on social anxiety
Happy Monday and welcome to Take Notice! Each month we build on a topic, dive deeper, and generate resources you can keep coming back to. There are 10 wonderful friends (plus wife who would like to continue writing her zombie musical) reading 598 words all over the world, yay! Oh my. This week is meant to be the dive, and let me tell you, I had no idea there was so much work out there that’s been done on the subject of neighbours. Sure, the vast majority of what I found was about ‘bad’ neigh...
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Issue 1, part first: The take on social anxiety.
Happy Monday and welcome to Take Notice! Each month we build on a topic, dive deeper, and generate resources you can keep coming back to. There are 9 wonderful friends (plus wife who is warming up to mandatory reading) reading 596 words all over the world, yay! What to expect Each month, I'll start with a topic of interest. In the first week I'll do a soft introduction, and invite you to take notice of your environment in relation to this topic. In the second week, I'll dive deeper into the ...
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Take Notice: Cream cheese inception
Happy Monday and welcome to Take Notice! I’ll be writing 3 times a month and there are 5 wonderful friends (plus wife who I unwittingly subscribed) reading 1000 words all over the world, yay! Auto-pilot / not the better pilot. Part of the reason I want to start writing is because I've been on auto-pilot for the better part of our past year. You're probably familiar with 'fight or flight' but how does that figure in what you've experienced in the past year? Auto-pilot is what I use to rem...
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