Digestable #31: The Healing Power of Cold, Vitamins Make Us Fat, The Work Required to Have an Opinion, Brave.com

Hi! Welcome to another edition of Digestable, the short, weekly email where we follow our curiosity and wrestle with timeless topics. This edition was emailed to subscribers on November 14, 2021. What’s new? Check it out: Embrace the Cold: Just in time for winter, Andrew Huberman nicely sums up the latest in cold exposure research: Get coldContinue reading “Digestable #31: The Healing Power of Cold, Vitamins Make Us Fat, The Work Required to Have an Opinion, Brave.com”

Digestable #29: Nonintuitive Parenting Advice, A Wedding Video, Legacy of Jonah, The Case Against Science

Bonjour, mes amis! Welcome to another edition of Digestable, the short, weekly email where we follow curiosity, tangle with great questions, and watch wedding videos! This email was sent to subscribers on October 31, 2021. Here’s what’s up this week: Nonintuitive Parenting Advice: Nat Eliason recently became a new father and asked for nonintuitive parenting advice. It’sContinue reading “Digestable #29: Nonintuitive Parenting Advice, A Wedding Video, Legacy of Jonah, The Case Against Science”

Nonintuitive Parenting Advice – A Short List

Nat Eliason recently became a new father and asked for nonintuitive parenting advice. It’s a great question that prompted me to think about the advice I’ve collected parenting four kids. Here are a few that have stuck with me: “Rewards and punishments are just two sides of the same coin — and the coin doesn’tContinue reading “Nonintuitive Parenting Advice – A Short List”

Digestable #24: Calm Yourself, Sleep Supplements, Adventure Club Report, Canada’s Indiana Jones, Currents vs Wind

Hi all! I’m back with another edition of Digestable, the short, weekly email where I share information, ideas, and what’s new with me. My summer hiatus was filled with adventures we need to talk about, like a road trip in Quebec and Ontario, summiting Achilles Spire, a header on a bike jump that resulted inContinue reading “Digestable #24: Calm Yourself, Sleep Supplements, Adventure Club Report, Canada’s Indiana Jones, Currents vs Wind”

Digestable #23: A New Daughter, Summer Camp, Castle Mountain, Corruption is Contagious

Hey folks! Welcome to another edition of Digestable, the short, weekly email where I share information, ideas, and what’s new with me. This edition was emailed to subscribers on July 12, 2021. Where to begin … A New Daughter. On September 4th, I will officially gain a daughter! My son, Ariel, proposed to the very lovelyContinue reading “Digestable #23: A New Daughter, Summer Camp, Castle Mountain, Corruption is Contagious”

Digestable #21: Paleo Plan Meal Planner, Return of MovNat Edmonton, Grit of Women, Baruch the Scribe, Grad Photos

Hiya, Welcome to another edition of Digestable, the short, weekly email where I share information, ideas, and what’s new with me. This edition was sent to subscribers on June 15th, 2021. Here’s where my mind has been lately: Meal Planner We’re Trying: The Paleo Plan Meal Planner. Though we don’t follow a “paleo diet”, we drawContinue reading “Digestable #21: Paleo Plan Meal Planner, Return of MovNat Edmonton, Grit of Women, Baruch the Scribe, Grad Photos”

How and Why to Conduct a One-on-One Check-in Conversation with Staff or Family Members

A one-on-one conversation might be the most powerful tool you have to alter the trajectory of a person’s life or their relationship with you. Here’s how and why to do it. Below I’ve collected notes from: Ashley Goodall & Marcus Buckingham in NINE LIES ABOUT WORK: A Freethinking Leader’s Guide to the Real World AndyContinue reading “How and Why to Conduct a One-on-One Check-in Conversation with Staff or Family Members”

Digestable #15: How to Keep Your Edge as You Get Older, 5 Tips from the Father of Kettlebell, A Farewell to Arms, Depression and Faith

Comrades! Welcome to another edition of Digestable, the short, weekly email where I share information, ideas, and what’s new with me. This email was sent to subscribers on May 2nd, 2021. Let’s dig in: How to Keep Your Edge as You Get Older: Vic Verdier is a “physical polymath” with a list of credentials a mile long.Continue reading “Digestable #15: How to Keep Your Edge as You Get Older, 5 Tips from the Father of Kettlebell, A Farewell to Arms, Depression and Faith”

Digestable #4: Valentines, Marriage, YNAB, C.S. Lewis, Soren Kierkegaard

Hello friends, Welcome to another edition of Digestable, the short, weekly email where I share information, ideas, and what’s new with me. Let’s dig into all things LOVE this week! This content was sent to subscribers on February 14th, 2021. Here’s what’s on my mind this week: ​How to Fight About Money with Your Partner.ThisContinue reading “Digestable #4: Valentines, Marriage, YNAB, C.S. Lewis, Soren Kierkegaard”

How We Use YNAB to Manage Family Finances

What happens when Oscar Wilde marries Dave Ramsey? Oscar Wilde: “Anyone who lives within their means suffers from a lack of imagination.“ Dave Ramsey: “Act your wage.“ Maybe this is your relationship if one of you can spend like Oscar Wilde, while one of you can thrift hard like Dave Ramsey or maybe even Mr.Continue reading “How We Use YNAB to Manage Family Finances”

Digestable #3: Mouth breathers, Teenage daughters, The Elements of Style, and “That Will Never Work.”

Hello everyone, Welcome to another edition of Digestable, the short, weekly email where I share information, ideas, and what’s new with me. This content was emailed to subscribers on February 6, 2021. Let’s jump in! Here’s what’s on my mind this week: The Role of Outdoor Leadership Training in Creating a $250B Netflix. In this recent podcastContinue reading “Digestable #3: Mouth breathers, Teenage daughters, The Elements of Style, and “That Will Never Work.””