This is a sad story. This story talks about a turkey. Yes, I am talking about the turkey that some of you are going to eat today for Thanksgiving. I’m talking about the “inductivist turkey”. This is a quite old story and many philosophers of science have been written about it for years, perhaps for their lack of jokes, who knows?
Let’s face it, it happens to everyone! Out of curiosity or need, in the 15-minute break or just at the end of our lunch most of us contemplate the spamming emails that we receive in the morning about the latest clothing and tech deals.
Whether it’s the new dress to wear for the upcoming Friday night our or birthday gift idea for friends or your loved ones, whether to satisfy a curiosity or buy basic kitchen tools, rummage through web counters is an irresistible temptation for many, especially during sales.
The number of commuters cycling to work has significantly increased: more than 14 million Italians have a bike and 5 million of those have replaced the car with the bicycle.
Well, maybe we aren’t that lazy.
The holiday season has officially started: along with seaside, cocktails on the beach and sunburns it means also a big drop in terms of productivity. Yes, this is your time to decompress and you deserve it, however, it is important to get the right balance of productivity and relaxation into your summer vacation so that they don’t burn the candle at both ends.
But how to stay productive during your holidays?
I love talking about #productivity in our blog posts or by tweeting daily interesting content that could be really relevant and useful to our Twitter followers. But there’s one thing that I really can’t stand: when I scroll my personal LinkedIn, Facebook or Twitter feed it is very likely that I see headlines like these:
Are уоu оnе оf thе mаnу people whо wаnt tо bе mоrе productive, but find thеmsеlvеs procrastinating аnd putting things оff? Маnу people hаvе thіs problem, mуsеlf included sоmеtіmеs. This саn bе еsресіаllу detrimental for remote workers: not hаving а boss breathing dоwn your necks tо mаkе surе you gеt things done could be a great excuse to procrastinate.
Have you ever tried to make a list of your top distractions? Well, I’ve just made mine and here’s what I’ve found.
Christmas holidays are ended and the idea of going back to work has started to creep into the mind of many of us. The thought of sitting down again at the usual desk and fall into the boring routine just does not go down. What to do, then, in order to return to the office with renewed energy and desire to do?
I’m sitting at my usual desk, headphones stuffed in my ears, Spotify is playing new tracks from the Discover section, but I feel weird. I don’t understand why in the last two hours I’ve struggled so hard to put a couple of words together.