What We Learned from Tracking Cycling Deaths for a Year
Louisiana, New York, California, Florida, and Texas were the five deadliest states for cyclists in terms of total fatalities. The latter three have been the most deadly states for cyclists for years, and New York’s fatalities have been on the rise as well—in 2019, it reported 46 cyclist deaths, with 29 in New York City alone. While these three states are also the most populous in the country, Florida and California have among the most cycling deaths per million people, as well. And Louisiana recorded 7.3 cycling deaths per million people, the most of any state.
Hijacking the Clown Car
The GameStop revolt should serve as a message to those in charge: you are loathed by ordinary Americans who are struggling to get ahead.
Do These Things After Work Everyday and You Will Achieve Anything You Want in Life
The time before you go to bed is golden, as it exists every single day, and it’s usually completely yours to schedule. What do you want to do with this time? Read? Spend time with your kids? Work on a hobby you’re passionate about? Take advantage of this time.
The Year in Self-Improvement
The point is to accept that our impulses cannot save us from impermanence, that change and failure and death are inevitable—that stillness, as much as movement, is divine.
Fourteen Fascinating and Untranslatable Words
Handy words from other languages with no English equivalent.
I have become a fiend for finding new words to describe subtle things that I can’t think about because I don’t have a word for it. There is one thing in particular… a quality of subtle excellence… that I want to find a word for and am afraid I may have to make one up.
This is a good list even though I already knew a few of them and it doesn’t include nadryv – my new favorite word.
Revenge Bedtime Procrastination… yes, it’s a thing
How to Achieve Your Goals By Creating an Enemy
Anger is a powerful motivator.