The Round Up #28

Hey everyone,
Welcome to all the new faces around here. This week I am writing to you from Somerset West, South Africa.

If you don’t know me my name is Ross and you’re subscribed to this newsletter because you downloaded my obsidian.md guide or you subscribed on my website. Either way, it’s great to have you and I hope you stick around. This newsletter is a weekly newsletter where I do a round up of the best articles I’ve found. I also talk about cool videos, podcasts and other ideas that I’ve found on the internet.

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The 5 best articles I read this week:

  1. How to Choose the Right Note-taking App
  2. How to Remember what you read
  3. Hugging the x-axis
  4. Should you write everyday?
  5. The Counterfactual Theory of Value

Quote

“You only need to know the direction, not the destination. The direction is enough to make the next choice.” – James Clear

How to set achievable new years resolutions

My article on how to set achievable new years resolutions got featured on klusterial.com:
Tesla Hague, Writer, Creator of Klusterial.com, and learning enthusiast: welcomes all readers/writers in her discussions about poetry, economics, and self-improvement. Curated with freedom and writers in mind, at the heart of the brand is an understanding of what it means to empower writers to “write the wrong words.”

This article focuses of identifying who you want to become and implementing habits that will will help you become that person instead of just blindly setting goals.

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You can also read the original article on my website

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