Without consciously realizing it we place a high confidence in our intuition. And why wouldn’t we? It’s right far more often than it’s wrong. But confidence is a poor proxy for correctness and often means that when you’re wrong, you’re really wrong. https://fs.blog/2012/03/daniel-kahneman-on-intuition/
Nurses experience that feeling every shift when your intuition is more right then wrong. It’s another way we save time.
Engrossing article about how blood has been perceived over time and around the world. Blood transfusions were banned from orthodox medicine for 150 years after early failures in transfusions experiments.
blood…travels in the body every day: some twelve thousand mileshttps://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2019/01/14/the-history-of-blood
…one of the strongest assets of a “book” as a book is its singular, sustained, distraction-free, blissfully immutable voice.https://www.wired.com/story/future-book-is-here-but-not-what-we-expected/
Reading books is another thing you can can do when you save time.
FEEL THE NEED TO DISCONNECT BUT CAN’T FIND THE TIME?https://www.unyoked.co
Sometimes you just need to get away from it all.
Using science to understand nutrition. Who’d have thought that would be a good thing?
The Rooted Project was co-founded when we (Rosie and Helen) became tired of the nutri-bollocks filling our social media feeds. With our robust nutrition training, we decided to set out to give the public what they deserve: simple, easy to understand nutrition information. Rooted in science. Based on facts, not fads.https://www.therootedproject.co.uk
A guide to processing pettiness.
They are one habit that humans have evolved to keep ourselves from the pain of breakups and also from eating mozzarella sticks for every meal.https://www.nytimes.com/2019/01/02/style/self-care/how-to-hold-healthy-grudges.html
When all you want to do is sleep and your brain has other ideas.
“This is where you set aside a specific period of time where you specifically engage in your worries and/or do your problem-solving for the next day,” he says.https://www.abc.net.au/life/why-we-get-negative-thoughts-before-bed/10581594