Weekly Discoveries

Sick and Dying
A buddy of mine turned me on to Alka-Seltzer Plus Day & Night Severe Cold + Flu, and I’ve never looked back. It doesn’t taste great, but it’s bearable when mixed with Super Orange Emergen-C (another one of my go-to remedies).

If you haven’t watched Katy Perry’s new music video, then what are you even doing with your life?! Check out Chained To The Rhythm (feat. Skip Marley) right meow!

Article I Read
Why Learning to Code is So Damn Hard is a great read on the difficulties and trends of learning code. I definitely feel that way, and I’m still in the beginning stage (I’ve been teaching myself C# through online tutorials). I know I’m going to crest the hand-holding ridge, and that terrifies me. How do you even bridge the gap between basic knowledge and an actual solo project?!

Bad Advice: “You Gotta”
In an interview with comedian, Jerrod Carmichael, he says that the worst advice being spread around nowadays always starts with “you gotta”, in that you don’t have to do anything to be successful. You do you.

Exercise Snacking
Dr. Martin Gibala, an expert in high-interval training (HIT), shares in an interview about the concept of “exercise snacking” where 3 10-minute intervals throughout the day might be better than a single structured 30-minute routine. I dig it! I definitely feel like exercise advice is always contradictory (only do cardio vs. only do weights, etc.), but this is one that seems to be backed pretty well.


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