Issue #10: Where should I start with exercise?
And a Chickpea and Mushroom Stew recipe
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1.📚Deep Work by Cal Newport here. Many of us now spend most of our brain power battling distraction and interruption, whether it be because of the incessant pinging of devices, noisy workspaces or too many things demanding our attention at once. Newport coined the term 'deep work' on his blog, Study Hacks, in 2012, and found the concept quickly struck a nerve. Most people are excruciatingly familiar with the idea of shallow work, distractedly skimming the surface of our workload and never getting to the important part. So Newport began exploring the methods and mindset that foster a practice of distraction-free productivity at work, and in this book he shows how anyone can achieve this elusive state.
2. 🎧River Cafe Table 4. The River Cafe’s Ruthie Rogers invites her most celebrated regulars to discuss their memories of food. So far, the highlights have included Gwyneth Paltrow working a day in the River Cafe kitchen, Tina Fey talking food in 30 Rock, Victoria Beckham discussing what the Spice Girls ate during their ’90s heyday and Paul McCartney reminiscing about his first taste of wine during a trip to Paris with John Lennon.
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