A story of imposter syndrome.
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Sometimes it's okay to shut up. To show restraint. To chain the snark monster.
In an attempt to bring sleep regularity to my electronic world, I’ve begun experimenting with a melatonin supplement, taking 3mg about 30 minutes before I want to be asleep. I couple this with a reduction in screen time.
The Garmin Fenix 3 is a GPS fitness tracker with limited smartwatch functionality. I bought it in May 2016 to be my constant companion when I hike, trail run, Crossfit, and sleep. Here's my review after tracking over a million steps with the device.
Every now and then, podcast listeners tell me that they'd gladly donate a few dollars each month, if only the sponsored content would go away. I get that. It's a nice thought that listeners would support the content they find valuable and subscribe. It's also a nice thought that the sum total of subscription revenue would pay the bills. Sadly, neither of those things are true.
You will find moments of joy and wonder as a podcaster. But, podcasts produced regularly and worth listening to are a lot of work -- a job. If you don't love it, you'll find yourself easily distracted. You'll skip a week. Then another. And the next thing you know, you haven't put out a show for over a month, and you're wondering why you should bother picking it back up.
Not this time. Not this book. No. This is happening. I'm reading this book right now. ALL OF IT.