In today's newsletter...hack this
We live in a culture that celebrates the "hacker." Those highly ambitious thinkers and doers that find "quick and easy" ways to increase their success (and who love to share it with others). Whether it's for mindfulness, productivity at work, eating right, being more social, embracing minimalism, etc...it seems like there's a hack for just about everything these days. But are hacks helpful? Do they just enable us to ignore a root cause or issue that is triggering the want for a hack in the first place? And if so, how instead can we help ourselves progress?
- The ultimate hack your job hack, from Eliza Hadjis
- Hack your routine to reset, from Lucas Albrecht
- This surprising lunch hack you need to try, from Jess Vander