I’ve become somewhat fanatical about the “physical” side of learning – namely, exercise, diet, and sleep. I touched on sleep in a recent post (more of that to come), so I thought
There is a good chance that, back in the day, you were not taught the most effective ways to learn. Certainly that seems to be the case today. In a an article in American Educator, Kent State professor
I’ve never been a great sleeper. Now I have a 3-year old who seems to have inherited that trait. As a result, I’ve become a bit obsessed lately with both my own sleep and hers and that obsession
Have you always hoped to learn a foreign language? Or brush up on one you studied long ago?
Have you found that whenever you set out to do this in the past, it’s been hard to keep at it?
I have found the following to emerge again and again as areas of life and learning that need continual attention and reinforcement for the dedicated lifelong learner. They are areas I continually work
The world of lifelong learning has changed quite dramatically over the course of the last several years – and, almost entirely for the better, in my opinion. So, with Thanksgiving upon us here in
“Learning begins by emptying your cup, so that you can fill it with what you find.”
Leo Babauta, Zen Habits
from My Pursuit of the Art of Living
Leo has inspired me on many occasions. (He is
Updated May 13, 2019 – If you are reading this blog post, there is a good chance you are someone who likes to learn. Probably even someone who is hungry to learn, appreciates quick learning, and