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The Edit: How We Spend Our Time
The Edit

The Edit: How We Spend Our Time

Our weekly round up of the best articles, podcasts and videos focusing on purpose in life, work and the world.
14th Apr 2023

How people are navigating flexible work, the superpower of sensitivity and more in this week’s #TheEdit.

  • What do people do all day? The video diaries of nine workers reveal the new freedoms and burdens of flexible work – The New York Times
  • The not-so-secret key to emotional balance. Crying can help you keep your feelings in check. It’s also inextricably bound up in spirituality – The Atlantic
  • The banana index. A different way to measure the climate impact of food – The Economist
  • Clean energy is moving faster than you think. Investment in new large-scale fossil fuel projects is now a risky proposition – Financial Times
  • The exhausting history of fatigue. Having too much to do can be tiring; having nothing to do may be worse  – New Yorker
  • Sensitivity can be a superpower at work. How managers can create a more inclusive and supportive workplace culture that benefits everyone – Harvard Business Review
  • Intergalactic eye candy. A video by Nasa helps us to understand what we’re really seeing when we see magnificent images of space – Aeon Video
  • Beastly: Our complicated relationship with animals. Keggie Carew, author of Beastly, discusses what it means to be human, what it means to be animal, and what it means to be both – The Beautiful Truth 

“Life isn’t a matter of milestones but of moments.”

Rose Kennedy