2022 March. Letting go.
Books I'm reading #
- Designing Your New Work-Life: How to Thrive and Change and Find Happiness and a New Freedom at Work by Bill Burnett, Dave Evans.
Docker Mastery by Bret Fisher
Books I've read #
The Programmer's Brain by Felienne Hermans. The version I got didn't feel like "finished" just yet. There are chapters where I highlighted a lot and ones that I wasn't sure why I was reading it. But, it's short overall, and I can recommend it.
Draw Stronger: Self-Care For Cartoonists and Other Visual Artists by Kriota Willberg. I read it when having a problem with back pain. It looks nice but didn't match my expectations.
Sparked: Discover Your Unique Imprint for Work that Makes You Come Alive by Jonathan Fields. I don't recommend the book, but I've found the assessment results to help me know myself a little bit better.
Elsewhere on the Web #
I'm trying to limit the news I consume at the moment. But I started watching Chris Cappy Task & Purpose Youtube channel. Probably not for everyone, but I like it.
Personal Thoughts #
March was a weird month in a lot of ways. I hurt my back and overall was pretty exhausted most of it.
Most of my reading stagnated, especially in the last two weeks. This update is also late for this reason.
But I'm resting and recharging. It's not like I can put it off anymore. I'm also preparing to move into an individual contributor role.
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