Chasing Rabbit Holes, The Secret Life Of Bees & Closing Tabs In Your Brain

Chasing Rabbit Holes, The Secret Life Of Bees & Closing Tabs In Your Brain


Welcome to The Weekly 3x3 By Ev | Edition 18 🎉

Another cohort of ship30for30 begins and this time around I'm mixing things up by saying goodbye for a while to the little yellow essay and hello to 30 days of threads - I'm terrified! But I'm also keen to learn the art of thread writing and the only way to do that is... by doing it.

I started off by exploring the secret life of bees that every creator needs to know and a super simple way to close the browser tabs in your brain and find ultimate creative flow.

And make sure you're subscribed to the Gumroad Podcast, as you might hear this Aussie girl chatting all things creator life and zettelkasten with Justin Mikolay!

💻 3 Things I Consumed.

To get your brain firing, here are some things I've read this week from around the internet that I've found interesting...

[ARTICLE] How to Publish Daily for a Year Without Burning Out

If you've ever wondered how you might be able to keep a daily publishing cadence, look no further. Even if you don't intend to publish ideas like train your creativity will be invaluable for you.

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[ARTICLE] The Creator Economy Will Slowly (Then Quickly) Migrate to Web 3.0

I've largely ignored all the hype and talk around Web 3.0 but this article from Tim Denning caught my attention this week and I'm admitting that I'm doing to be deep-diving down the rabbit hole to find out what it means to be a creator in a web 3.0 world. Highly recommend.

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[BOOK] Sparked: Discover Your Unique Imprint for Work that Makes You Come Alive

Lisa Brown shared an essay this week about Jonathon Fields' book Sparked. I immediately took the Sparketype test and bought the book. If you want to get clear about the types of activities that light you up, I highly recommend it.

🐦 3 Tweets I Bookmarked This Week

I don't know many creators who lack ideas. But when is an idea a good idea to follow and when should we say no? Daniel Vassallo has some clues.

Wondering what it takes to grow on Twitter at any level? This tweet from Vitto Rivabella has some great ideas.

Reddy makes me want to abandon every process and just create. I loved this thread.

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