Monthly Archives: July 2020

Weeknote for 7/26/2020

Math 😐 I continued my prealgebra review. I was juggling work and naps for most of the week, so I was only able to squeeze math in on the weekend, but I was pleased at how quickly the note-taking went. … Continue reading

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Weeknote for 7/19/2020

Health πŸ˜• Last week’s theme was dealing with my health. My COVID swab was negative. The doctor recommended self-isolating for 10 days just in case, since it could be a false negative. That period will end after Tuesday, though my … Continue reading

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Weeknote for 7/12/2020

Self-improvement πŸ€” Choice architecture might help me make better everyday decisions. Continuing in my theme of social engineering, I listened to Nudge by Richard Thaler and Cass Sunstein, which promotes libertarian paternalism, designing the way choices are presented so that … Continue reading

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Weeknote for 7/5/2020

Math 😐 I worked on my notes2flashcards app. It’ll give me an easier way to create lists for Anki’s Cloze Overlapper add-on. Self-improvement πŸ€” The Octalysis framework might help me gamify my life. I listened to Actionable Gamification by Yu-kai … Continue reading

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