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Curiosity Notes - Issue #2

Hey friends, Fun fact: I almost forgot about this fortnight's issue. See, throughout my week, if I co
Curiosity Notes - Issue #2
By Kai Lovel • Issue #2 • View online
Hey friends,
Fun fact: I almost forgot about this fortnight’s issue. See, throughout my week, if I come across something that sparks my curiosity, I’ll bookmark it to include in this newsletter.
This is my second issue, and the “taking all of those bookmarks and writing an email out of it” part is not yet a formed habit. Writing this on Friday night, I’ll aim to get better at this.

What I've been up to
🎙 As exams come to a close for year 11 & 12 students, earlier last week, I released another episode of my podcast, How to be Curious, talking to a 2019 graduate (who received a 99.95 ATAR) about his perspective on education, and what’s next for him. Listen
💻 Excitingly, I’ve got several freelance web design projects on the go at the moment, including work with a Perth not-for-profit organisation who are doing great stuff in the men’s health space.
📸 I’ve put up two new posts on Instagram that go in depth into “personal brands” and the values that underpin them. It’s a new post format I’m experimenting with. Check it
📼 Finally, I’ve decided to crack on with my YouTube channel. I’ve got all the gear and lots to talk about, but trying to get it perfect from the start has been stopping me from starting at all. I’ve written a note to myself - “It doesn’t have to be perfect, it just has to BE”.
What I've been curious about
BOOK: "truth.growth.repeat."
TOOL: - CSS Toolbox
ARTICLE: "Confessions of a Former Bastard Cop" - Medium
Thanks for reading to the bottom!
At this point, it’s pretty much compulsory for you to reply to this email to let me know what YOU have been curious about this week. Go on…
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