I read a lot of articles and blogs during the week. I do this for a few reasons. I like knowing a lot of things about a lot of things, though this is not always the best thing in terms of staying productive. It’s easy to find myself reading, clicking links, reading more and then I’ve spent 20 minutes reading about everything from new bridge designs in Montreal to the science of moisture wicking fabrics etc. I have various methods to keep this under control which I’ll share at another time. For right now, I want to share some of the articles I’ve read this week that are worth sharing. I may have already tweeted the articles or not.
- RUNNERS WORLD: Train Your Brain: Knowing how you think on the run can improve your workouts—and your mood.
- The Writer’s Choice and Why it’s Wrong by Jeff Goins
- How to Retrieve What You Read – Almost Instantly by Dwayne Morris