And the final story I will link to is titled Fall In
which advocates for modifying ones schedule in response to changing surroundings.
…we live in a world of seasons—and increasingly more variable and violent seasons at that—but productivity advice seems to always think in terms of the day, the week, the year, or five years, never the season, the sun, and the shadow.
For a while I have reasoned that the long winter in Berlin is good for me: giving me more time to focus on what I care about, work more, and generally stay inside and read. While the summer is a better time to relax, enjoy the evening sun, work less, and enjoy people’s company outside. It’s a nice rhythm.
That’s it. I hope you have a good rest of your week.