1. Ever heard of Jujuy? Me neither. Argentina is really good at the soccer, but is probably way underrated in terms of it’s beauty. Jujuy is a province in the northwestern part of the country bordering with Chile and Bolivia
Photo by Hector Ramon Perez on Unsplash
2. Francis Cade and Justin Levene are biking across America, from Miami to Los Angeles. The thing that they are doing differently is that Justin is doing this on a hand-bike and so it’s 2 bikes 1 wheelchair and 3,000 miles. They are currently about to hit El Paso, so they’ve gone a decent way thus far. It’s also to raise money for Get Kids Going! (don’t forget the exclamation mark) that helps kids afford hand-bikes and things of that nature. They’ve raised something like $75,000 thus far.
3. Space is awesome.
50 years ago, the Apollo 17 astronauts captured an iconic Earth view of the “Blue Marble” as they set sights on the Moon. Today with #Artemis, this time-lapse footage showcases the Earth-Moon transit as @NASA_Orion captured our home planet and the Moon on flight day 13. https://t.co/H9oHsgiHfW pic.twitter.com/ZHIxYKnJy0
— NASA’s Johnson Space Center (@NASA_Johnson) December 7, 2022
4. It’s almost 2023 and Colossal has a round-up of some very different calendars.
5. I can’t remember how or when I found this stuff, but at one point in my life, I was looking for a way to track time and I ran across David Seah’s productivity tools, in particular the Emergent Task Planner was something that I used every day to track my time, something that I had to do as an attorney. There would be days where I’d get a phone call and it was easier to jot down when I got on the phone here along with the time rather than trying to open and start a timer on whatever I was working on. It would also allow me to just easily note when I’d be working on something for blocks of my day. I have used different products for different things, Seah has things for large projects, the daily time tracker mentioned above, and tracking weekly things. Visually, I think they’re really great to look at and not just your typical to-do lists.