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Uh, Houston, We're a Go

Ok, so I'm relaunching this newsletter with a new focus and that is to learn something new every day.
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Uh, Houston, We're a Go
By Clay Lowe • Issue #1 • View online
Ok, so I’m relaunching this newsletter with a new focus and that is to learn something new every day. This fits in with the whole of my collaborative and connected learning strategy for 2019 (yes, I know we’re still lingering in 2018, but I am a bit keen!). As I’ve written about before, I like to start my new year early so that come January, my new habits are already in progress.
I’ve done some tidying up on the claylowe blog, namely rebranding it as my social learning blog and giving it a fresh coat of paint. I also nuked all of my previous posts and started from scratch (it’s not as drastic as it sounds, I actually exported all of the old post over to my soulcruzer blog, which will mainly be an archive site now).
One of my focus words for 2019 is consistency, which I did a FaceBook Live about here. My intent, goal, focus is to get this newsletter out daily by way of sharing with you 5 things I’ve learned while on my travels around the Internet. You may have to cut me some slack to start. But i’ll find my groove as this becomes habit.
Also, you can help me out by sharing the newsletter with others. I need to get to 200 subscribers in short in order.
And with that, here’s

Today's Learning
A Nobel Prize-winning psychologist says most people don’t really want to be happy
How Watching Movies Can Benefit Our Mental Health
Think You're Too Anxious To Meditate? Here's How To Succeed At It Anyway
The internet is a manifestation of our psyches—neither better nor worse
Measure Your Fear of Missing Out with This Science-Backed Quiz
I know I said 5 things, but here’s a bonus article for all of you doing your Christmas party’s and nights out over the holidays.
Why Did We Start Tipping People in the First Place?
Quote of the Day
To be a good human being is to have a kind of openness to the world, an ability to trust uncertain things beyond your own control - Martha Nussbaum 
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