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semilshah:

Jobs at WWDC in 1997, full unscripted Q&A with the developers. Outstanding clarity of thought, the best Jobs video I’ve seen.

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What You Can Do To Improve Your Nutritional Intake
ourtimeorg:

Yep
ourtimeorg:

Well said.

ourtimeorg:

Well said.

I spent three days a week for 10 years educating myself in the public library, and it’s better than college. People should educate themselves - you can get a complete education for no money. At the end of 10 years, I had read every book in the library and I’d written a thousand stories.
Ray Bradbury (via thatkindofwoman, alifelivedwell, sociolab)
ourtimeorg:

And to get informed, LIKE Our Time!

ourtimeorg:

And to get informed, LIKE Our Time!

hitrecord:

Here’s a Q&A that ANYONE can answer RE: Money!
WATCH VIDEO HERE
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QUESTION: Do you feel like you have enough money - and how much is enough, or not enough?
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Contribute your Answer to the “RE: MONEY” collab HERE!

hitrecord:

Here’s a Q&A that ANYONE can answer RE: Money!

WATCH VIDEO HERE

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QUESTION: Do you feel like you have enough money - and how much is enough, or not enough?

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Contribute your Answer to the “RE: MONEY” collab HERE!

Trying to explain a panic attack to someone for whom anxiety is not an issue is like speaking in a foreign language. You really think your world is caving in. You’re going to have a heart attack. And no matter how many times it happens, it still feels like the world is falling out from your butt every. Single. Time.

So what are you supposed to do when it drifts into your work life and career? I’m lucky in that when I started my own company I had to pitch myself and my services constantly. Doing the things that scare you more often makes them less scary.

CEO of FinePoint Digital PR Meredith Fineman suffers from panic attacks, but won’t let them destroy her life or work (via fastcompany)
theatlantic:

Cannabis for Elders: A Precarious State

Margo Bauer was desperate. Dealing with chronic nausea and frequent bouts of vomiting — both attributed to her multiple sclerosis — the retired nurse was constantly exhausted and in pain. That was, until she attended an informational meeting where she was introduced to medical marijuana.
Under California’s Medical Marijuana Program, she received a medical marijuana card and now legally grows her own plant at a Southern California assisted living facility where she lives with her husband who suffers from Alzheimer’s. She smokes a rolled joint once every six months, which she says keeps her nausea at bay, and her pain lifted to the point that she joined an all-female synchronized swimming team called the Aquadettes.
Bauer, now 75, has also become an outspoken advocate for medical marijuana use among seniors and was instrumental in starting a collective at her assisted living facility.
"I carry a little container with a rolled cigarette," she said, “and if I have nausea I know that it is because I haven’t taken enough pot."
Read more. [Image: Reed Saxon/AP]

theatlantic:

Cannabis for Elders: A Precarious State

Margo Bauer was desperate. Dealing with chronic nausea and frequent bouts of vomiting — both attributed to her multiple sclerosis — the retired nurse was constantly exhausted and in pain. That was, until she attended an informational meeting where she was introduced to medical marijuana.

Under California’s Medical Marijuana Program, she received a medical marijuana card and now legally grows her own plant at a Southern California assisted living facility where she lives with her husband who suffers from Alzheimer’s. She smokes a rolled joint once every six months, which she says keeps her nausea at bay, and her pain lifted to the point that she joined an all-female synchronized swimming team called the Aquadettes.

Bauer, now 75, has also become an outspoken advocate for medical marijuana use among seniors and was instrumental in starting a collective at her assisted living facility.

"I carry a little container with a rolled cigarette," she said, “and if I have nausea I know that it is because I haven’t taken enough pot."

Read more. [Image: Reed Saxon/AP]

ourtimeorg:

Right on, Will!

ourtimeorg:

Right on, Will!

good:


To Your Health: Let’s Tackle Well-Being With DIY Spirit- GOOD HQ wrote in Health and Living
Ancient Greek physician Herophilos was on to something with these words of wisdom: “When health is absent, wisdom cannot reveal itself, art cannot manifest, strength cannot fight, wealth becomes useless, and intelligence cannot be applied.”
For July, we have decided to put the GOOD focus on the subject of health—from ways you can take better control over your personal health, to ways we can collectively help improve community and global health.
Continue reading on good.is
Illustration by Corinna Loo

good:

To Your Health: Let’s Tackle Well-Being With DIY Spirit
GOOD HQ wrote in Health and Living

Ancient Greek physician Herophilos was on to something with these words of wisdom: “When health is absent, wisdom cannot reveal itself, art cannot manifest, strength cannot fight, wealth becomes useless, and intelligence cannot be applied.”

For July, we have decided to put the GOOD focus on the subject of health—from ways you can take better control over your personal health, to ways we can collectively help improve community and global health.

Continue reading on good.is

Illustration by Corinna Loo