Month of March 2021 Newsletter

Finishing 30 Podcast Episodes and Hoping for Reopening

I still publish new material on 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 - Hope

The two questions that led me to the posts for March were:

  • “What are you looking forward to doing post-covid?”

  • “What did you learn from recording 30 podcasts?”

I’ve been more optimistic this month because of the vaccine news and general progress. The blogposts I’ve published:

  • 30 Pieces of Advice for Myself for - I think I delayed improving my own side project work for years. After writing it from a consulting perspective, I felt a lot more sorted for executing a structured plan.

  • 30 Post-Covid Things We Can’t Wait to Do - I’m just daydreaming here, but there’s tons of fun stuff we can do. Let’s open up carefully!

  • 30 Podcast Lessons Learned - So happy to complete another milestone. I learned quite a bit and looking forward to evolving this project into something more cooperative.

  • 30 Honed Skills During the Pandemic - I’m probably not that productive, but I do give myself credit for the little wins. I’m sure anyone could think about their year in lockdown and find some things to pat themselves on their back about.

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

  • 30 More Lists of 30

  • 30 Things I Don’t Care About

  • 30 Ways to Improve your Morning Routine

Specific to the Podcast, I’ll be switching to releasing both the text and recording on Wednesdays weekly. I feel like fewer email triggers will be better for everyone.

What will I do with all my free time?!? To round out this audio journey, I’m going to record myself reading my book My Life in Lists of 30 into an audiobook and submit it at the end of April(ish).

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.