- A little slice of Malaya in Spooner Road.
I only knew of the area in 2021, when I was going for a run at the Green Corridor. After my runs, I walked around the old housing blocks, said hello to the many stray cats, and wondered why the road was so weird. This article details the road’s history, and the old maps are especially pleasing to look at.
Being cheerful on the outside can help you – and others – feel it on the inside
Cheerfulness is not happiness, not optimism, not hopefulness… It is a tool, a resource, a decision. And maybe with it, you can carry on better in this crazy world.
Hospital-acquired pneumonia is killing patients. There’s a simple way to stop it.
Apparently, the solution is brushing the patient’s teeth!
How thinking hard makes the brain tired.
In case anyone thinks you are malingering.
“… cognitive work results in chemical changes in the brain, which present behaviourally as fatigue. This, therefore, is a signal to stop working in order to restore balance to the brain.”
- I was looking for badminton shoes, and this article reminds me how it seems like some shoe brands have a habit of discontinuing/ changing well-loved shoes, in order to drive sales. Sigh.
- I sometimes find gems on Twitter. So here’s a link to Mary Oliver’s Summer Day. For the record, I have no grand plans for my one wild and precious life. 😀