adee s

Copywriter. Flaneur. Dreamer. @delhidreams on twitter, instagram and facebook.

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adee s

35 days ago

Use these 5 deep questions to really get to know someone

hackspirit.com

adee s

98 days ago

Bill Walsh said, "If your why is strong enough you will figure out how!"

Willpower Doesn't Work. Here's How to Actually Change Your Life

inc.com

adee s

132 days ago

A Man’s Guide to Dressing Sharp and Casual in His 40s

artofmanliness.com

adee s

297 days ago

Brilliant. Advice that puts life's decisions in perspective.

The 10/10/10 Rule For Tough Decisions

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adee s

415 days ago

Plan Your Free Online Education at Lifehacker U: Fall Semester 2016

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adee s

423 days ago

Must Read.

What Romance Really Means After 10 Years of Marriage

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adee s

481 days ago

This is essential reading.

The Long, Vital History of Bystander Recordings

newyorker.com

adee s

481 days ago

What We See When We Read

theparisreview.org

adee s

482 days ago

How to completely reinvent yourself

businessinsider.com

adee s

491 days ago

An enlightening excerpt. I had always felt that the ancient Indus valley civilization went extinct because of an ecological disaster they brought upon themselves. Examples from other civilizations here turn that into a belief.

Mass Extinction: The Early Years

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adee s

492 days ago

Brilliant. And hopeful.

Israel Proves the Desalination Era Is Here

scientificamerican.com

adee s

492 days ago

Must watch for all those in the #advertising and #marketing industries. #volkswagen

"Remember Those Great Volkswagen Ads?"

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adee s

492 days ago

Sheer blast of nostalgia.

Wimbledon on Twitter

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adee s

568 days ago

Must see stuff this!

TED's secret to great public speaking

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adee s

700 days ago

Struggling to find your purpose in life and those big questions? This concept might help.

Ikigai

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adee s

708 days ago

Read as much as you can. It's a way to live those lives you wouldn't live yourself.

Umberto Eco, The Art of Fiction No. 197

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