Apr 15 • 43M

Where Should Your Energy Go NOW? Episode 311--everything evolves with Jess and KJ

 
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Entertaining, actionable advice on craft, productivity and creativity for writers and journalists in all genres, with hosts Jessica Lahey, KJ Dell'Antonia and Sarina Bowen.

Where should your energy go? KJ here, and in this episode Jess and I catch up on what’s worth it and what isn’t when it comes to travel, the importance of getting over any (non-pandemic-related) hesitation around taking the time for conferences and work events and also, in our usual digressive fashion, covers, paperback launches and boots.

Links from the Pod

Sana, a rehab in Stowe Vermont

For info on the Sana Scholarship Fund

Oliver Burkeman 4 Thousand Weeks: Time Management for Mortals

Lessons in Chemistry, Bonnie Garmus

The Harvey Foundation

KJ’s boots on Instagram

#AmReading

KJ: How to Stop Time, Matt Haig

Jess:

Explorer Booksellers, Aspen Colorado

The Bookworm, Edwards Colorado

Boulder Bookstore, Boulder Colorado

Trailblazer, Dorothy Butler Gilliam

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