[This is my second Moderate Proposal for Daunting, Delightful and Dilettantish Deeds to Pursue in 2014. See the introduction and part 1.] It’s 7:26am on a Sunday and I find myself waiting with wet hair in the middle of a winterly breeze. People around me look either bored or tired, some of them are still… Continue reading Travel Reconsidered
After the release of Productive Anywhere, a couple of readers asked me about my favorite place to get things done. Over the last few years, dozens of spots have been my home and my workplace, but which of them did I prefer? As with many tough questions, it’s probably better to start at the opposing… Continue reading Workplaces Beyond Rules
Yes! I managed to do the impossible: I got Chris Guillebeau, probably the most productive traveler on this planet, to admit that he could relate to the concept of idleness as described here on TFA! Idlers, rejoice: Even productivity mavens know the value of disconnecting, relaxing, and letting the idle brain do its job! Of… Continue reading Chris Guillebeau on Being Productive (and Idle!) Anywhere
“Remember, Remember, the 5th of November…” Yes, it’s true! That day! Here it is… again! This means: The Friendly Anarchist is now two years old! What an exciting time it was! We went from zero to more than 3000 monthly visitors on this site, all by writing extremely long (and some surprisingly short) posts on… Continue reading Productive Anywhere is Back!
I just love my readers. I.e.: You! Last week, I wrote about how I understand productivity as empowerment, how I got started with TFA, and how the way led me to creating my first product for the site, Productive Anywhere. I offered to chat about it with Jonathan Mead, in order to give you a… Continue reading Onto the Road