Month of August Newsletter

Learning to Decompress

I still publish new material on seelemons.com whenever I find something intriguing to write about. This monthly newsletter is to give a heads up about those articles that might be interesting.

Theme of the Month - Learning to Decompress

The questions that led me to the posts for August were:

  • What can I show my parents and in-laws while they’re here in Denver?

  • What conversation topics and questions can I ask them to get insight on my own goals and next steps in my mid-life?

  • Putting a consulting hat on, are there any digital mediums that I should embrace for myself or ConsenSys? Do I understand these mediums?

Parents and In-laws have been so great with making day-to-day more efficient and helping as default childcare.

The blogposts I’ve published this month were:

  • 30 Foods Evie Eats - Evie is a super picky eater, but we’re still trying to get her to explore more foods. This was a good exercise just to map out the options.

  • 30 Parent Visiting Denver Activities - Denver is great for all ages. We were able to explore some new restaurants and take a few easy-moderate hikes nearby. Writing an updated will and upgrading their security through a password manager was useful.

  • 30 Questions for my Parents - Taking advantage of our time together by asking the hard questions I’d probably want to know if anything happens.

  • 30 Digital Mediums - The internet has evolved quite a bit as we create so much data for these different systems to ingest. From digital formats to ingested digital data, I think AI/ML will definitely advance the metaverse.

Some ideas for the month of September (I wrote these already, but publish in a slow drip):

  • 30 Judge John Hodgeman Inside Jokes

  • 30 Company Values

  • 30 Project Management Tips

  • 30 Things Learned from ConsenSys Wellness Program

  • Lists of 30 Manifesto

Thank you for reading and I hope everyone stays safe!

Please suggest a list of 30 and I’ll write it! I’ve written over 200 lists of 30 and only publish ones that I think other people would enjoy. It’s my fun brainstorming routine.