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Benjamin Spall
Author , other words for the New York Times, New York Observer, Quartz, CNBC, and more. Married to my worst enemy,
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Benjamin Spall May 30
Replying to @SamDiss
What a wonderful thread, thank you for starting this. I'm going to go with “Winter in the Country” by George Henry Durrie, and “Portrait of Joseph Roulin” by Vincent van Gogh. And anything by Camille Pissarro.
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Benjamin Spall May 29
“While conducting his gastric experiment, Pavlov began to notice that his dogs would begin salivating not when food was placed in front of them, but when they heard the footsteps of one of his assistants coming down the hall...”
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Benjamin Spall May 28
These are 33 of the best life-changing books to read, whether you’re in high school, college, or you’re deep into your twenties, thirties, and beyond.
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Rick Steves May 27
My staff had to explain this phenomenon to me, but it's very charming.
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Benjamin Spall May 27
Five new routines to create work from home boundaries. “Veteran and new work-from-homers share self-care practices, rituals, and boundaries to make working remotely successful,” writes
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Benjamin Spall May 26
Human beings are simple creatures. We like order; we like to create it, we like to follow it, and most of all, we like to organize our lives around it. Maslow’s hierarchy of needs theory attempts to do just that.
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Benjamin Spall May 20
Five habits we should keep as we (slowly) reenter the world.
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Benjamin Spall May 19
Knowing how to break bad habits and replace them with more positive alternatives is a skill that will serve you well throughout your entire life.
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Benjamin Spall May 18
“Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man’s character, give him power.” — Abraham Lincoln, who received the Republican nomination for President 160 years ago this week.
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Benjamin Spall May 15
Two years ago today, this stack of paper became a real-life thing. Pictured here is the second-to-last draft of the manuscript for My Morning Routine prior to it going to print. Happy birthday, ol’ boy.
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Benjamin Spall May 14
If there were not so much else to remember him for, Leonardo da Vinci could have been celebrated as a pioneer of dentistry.
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Benjamin Spall May 13
If you’re a late riser, there’s a good chance that you have, at one point, been made to feel inferior to the seeming moral superiority of your early riser friends.
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Benjamin Spall May 12
Being an introvert is a gift. If you’re an introverted person, embrace this personality type, and enjoy it for all that it’s worth; especially during our current times.
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Benjamin Spall May 12
One way to start a side business while working a full-time job is by integrating it into your morning routine, writes for
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Benjamin Spall May 11
Replying to @TimHerrera
Signed up to a Marcus account at 2.25%, have seen this slowly decrease to 1.9, 1.7, 1.55, and now 1.3% over the last few months. It's almost become a monthly ritual at this point!
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Benjamin Spall May 11
Why you procrastinate (it has nothing to do with self-control).
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Ezra Klein May 7
The deal the Republican Party has made with Donald Trump is they will let him disastrously mismanage a national crisis and corruptly protect his friends from legal consequences so long as he never dares to raise taxes. It's grotesque.
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Benjamin Spall May 7
After three hundred years of fading, a Dutch masterpiece is digitally restored: Whenever and I are at the Met we love to visit this painting.
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Rubicon May 6
We are pleased to announce the release of our inaugural Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) Report: "Toward a Future Without Waste"
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Benjamin Spall May 6
These are 33 of the best life-changing books to read, whether you’re in high school, college, or you’re deep into your twenties, thirties, and beyond.
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