First, I wanted to say thank you. You are now more than 10,000 curious minds reading this weekly newsletter. Thank you! I feel fortunate to be able to connect with so many interesting people from all around the world, especially during these weird times.
Worrying well may sound like an antinomy. Worrying is bad, right? Well, the current situation made me want to look a bit more into it. I'm worried, you're probably worried, and most people are worried to some extent.
I already wrote about why we worry. However this week I want to ask: how can we worry well? It may sound counterintuitive, but worry can actually be helpful when it's managed properly.
We'll also talk about busyness, and in particular excessive busyness—the one that prevents us from actually enjoying life.
In personal news, the first part of my research proposal about neuroeducation has been accepted and I received really good feedback. I'm very excited to share more with you later this year.
Enjoy this edition, and hit reply if you have any questions, feedback, or want to say hello!