All in LONG PULLS

HI54… THE 90s | HIT OF NOSTALGIA

This playlist is partially made up of the music I spent countless hours listening intently to in the actual 90s and partially made up of a bunch of “new-to-me” 90s music — and then there are a few of those songs that you can only get away with listening to today if you say you're listening to a 90s mix.

HIGHLY RECOMMENDED W/ ZACH KLEISINGER

“Everyone should dedicate one full day, or perhaps a section of each day, where they do not touch their phones at all and leave them aside on airplane. This could minimize the intensity of the ensuing zombie apocalypse. This could help people slow down in an unnecessarily intense society.”

DO YOU ¿ YOGA | A STARTER PACK

“Speaking of stretches, I recently started getting into a daily yoga routine. And since I am a total newbie that can barely hold any proper poses, I’ve found it really helpful to just embrace the fact that I am a total newbie that can barely hold any of the proper poses.”

HIGHLY RECOMMENDED W/ CHORUS GRANT

“I have a one-and-a-half year old son now, and laying flat on the floor with him drawing with crayons is nice. Neither of us are very good (yet!) but apart from doing what you can to save the world and being kind to your fellow man I suggest you take up doodling every now and then in the afternoon while eating watermelon.”

HIGHLY RECOMMENDED W/ BROKEN SHOULDER

“I am effectively giving this recommendation to myself. Get obsessed with to-do lists, but don’t get too obsessed. They really help me get stuff done instead of just sitting around doing nothing, but they do tend to take over my life a little and possibly contribute to an underlying feeling of anxiety.”

WHY I BOTHER WITH… BLOGGING

“It's almost as if fractionally improving on each of the moving parts that come with running a blog—the writing, the designing, the networking, the collaborating, the editing, the creating, the strategizing, the putting yourself out there, the thinking and all the et ceteraing—well, it's almost as if those are some pretty useful skills to routinely work on.”