What Are The Best Productivity Blogs?

Zen Habits
Zen Habits is about finding simplicity and mindfulness in the daily chaos of our lives. It’s about clearing the clutter so we can focus on what’s important, create something amazing, and find happiness. Leo Babauta is the Creator of Zen Habits living in San Diego, California.

Lifehacker’s an award-winning daily blog that features tips, shortcuts, and downloads that help you work and live smarter and more efficiently. Our mission is to help you save time and get things done.

Tim Blog
Tim Blog is a platform founded by Tim Ferriss, an entrepreneur, and author, with a mission to share his insights and experiences on personal growth, business, and lifestyle design. The blog features articles, podcasts, and resources on productivity, entrepreneurship, and self-improvement.

Full Focus Blog
Explore our blog for the latest insights and strategies for goal achievement. Full Focus is a performance coaching company based in downtown Franklin, TN. We equip goal-minded individuals, business owners, and leaders of the world’s largest companies with the resources they need to accelerate their performance.

Steve Pavlina
Steve Pavlina covers a broad range of self-help topics, including productivity, relationships, and spirituality. Steve Pavlina is a personal development blogger.

Thought Catalog
Founded in 2010 by Chris Lavergne, Thought Catalog is dedicated to sharing the stories and ideas of its community and readers. Thought Catalog is the blog to satisfy all your self-improvement needs.

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Reddit shares soared nearly 12% in extended trading on Thursday after the social media company announced a partnership with ChatGPT owner OpenAI.

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Video Content For My Students

Even if I am first and foremost a passionate writer, I cannot overlook the power of video content.
In a previous article, Stats about content creation that very few people are talking about, I mentioned a few details:

Visual Content Dominance
Stat: Visual content is processed 60,000 times faster than text.
Source: According to a study by 3M Corporation and Zabisco.
Implication for copywriting: Incorporating visually appealing elements in copywriting, such as images, infographics, or videos, can significantly enhance message retention and engagement.

So, I have strived to create AI-generated video content, as I am not a deft filmmaker.
But I use AI to generate videos based on my articles to create a useful trove of content for my students, who can enjoy continuous learning outside of our classes.

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This is my latest video about Quora: https://youtu.be/anLkiG_XjiQ?si=d-gooWGF-KAAzguF based on my article:
Did You Know That Quora is The 56th Website in the World?

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Did You Know That Quora is The 56th Website in the World?

According to Similar Web, Quora is the 56th website in the world with 826.4 million monthly visits, of which almost 78% are organic.

Incoming traffic from:

For me, Quora is a treasure trove of knowledge and intriguing facts.
I answer questions about literature, poetry, literary trends, SEO, business development, and so on.

Lately I have answered the following questions:

How can I write a good poem today?

Can you name some well-known female authors who write under pen names or pseudonyms?

Which is the best free SEO tool?

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What Are The Best Design Blogs?

Design Milk
Dedicated to modern design. You’ll find design ideas from interior design & architecture to modern furniture & home decor. Key topics covered are creative art, commercial designs, stylish products, lifestyle trends, and new technology.

Founded in 1999, Designboom is the world’s first online design and architecture magazine, publishing the latest news & key issues in all aspects of design, architecture, and art. We provide useful information & insightful interviews, studio visits, documentation of new products, reviews of exhibitions and books, and historical surveys.

A design website that features news, competitions, websites, portfolios, and events across the global creative industry. We talk about Design, Art, Photography, Advertising, Architecture, Style, Culture, Technology, and Social Media.

The world’s most influential architecture, interiors, and design magazine. Our mission is to bring you a carefully edited selection of the best architecture, design, and interiors projects and news from around the world.

Print Magazine
A bimonthly magazine about visual culture & design. Dedicated to showcasing the extraordinary in design, Print covers a field with publication & book design, animation & motion graphics, corporate branding & rock posters, and exhibitions & street art-Print.

Stories about inspiring designers, meetups, and everything design, as well as resources for discovering & connecting with designers all over the world. Dribbble is a community where designers share, grow, & get hired.

The New York Times » Design
News about Design, including commentary and archival articles published in The New York Times. The New York Times is a hub for conversation about news and ideas.

Creative Bloq
Creative Bloq delivers a daily mix of tips & inspiration for digital and traditional artists, web designers, graphic designers, 3D and VFX artists, & illustrators. We offer the insight that enables them to keep up to date with the latest trends and developments in global design and to create their best work.

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She Knew

“She knew how to hit to a hair’s breadth that moment of evening when the light and the darkness are so evenly balanced that the constraint of day and the suspense of night neutralize each other, leaving absolute mental liberty…At times her whimsical fancy would intensify natural processes around her till they seemed a part of her own story. Rather they became a part of it; for the world is only a psychological phenomenon, and what they seemed, they were. The midnight airs and gusts, moaning amongst the tightly wrapped buds and bark of the winter twigs, were formulae of bitter reproach. A wet day was the expression of irremediable grief at her weakness in the mind of some vague ethical being whom she could not class definitely as the God of her childhood, and could not comprehend as any other.”
Thomas Hardy, Tess of the D’Urbervilles

Art – Edwin Romanzo Elmer – An Imaginary Scene, 1892.

Can you name some well-known female authors who write under pen names or pseudonyms?


Charlotte Brontë (21 April 1816 – 31 March 1855) was an English novelist and poet, the eldest of the three Brontë sisters who survived into adulthood and whose novels became classics of English literature. She is best known for her novel Jane Eyre, which she published under the gender neutral pen name Currer Bell. Jane Eyre went on to become a success in publication, and is widely held in high regard in the gothic fiction genre of literature.

Emily Jane Brontë (30 July 1818 – 19 December 1848) was an English novelist and poet who is best known for her only novel, Wuthering Heights, now considered a classic of English literature. She also published a book of poetry with her sisters Charlotte and Anne titled Poems by Currer, Ellis and Acton Bell with her own poems finding regard as poetic genius. Emily was the second-youngest of the four surviving Brontë siblings, between the youngest Anne and her brother Branwell. She published under the pen name Ellis Bell.

Mary Ann Evans (22 November 1819 – 22 December 1880); known by her pen name George Eliot, was an English novelist, poet, journalist, translator, and one of the leading writers of the Victorian era. She wrote seven novels: Adam Bede (1859), The Mill on the Floss (1860), Silas Marner (1861), Romola (1862–1863), Felix Holt, the Radical (1866), Middlemarch (1871–1872) and Daniel Deronda (1876). As with Charles Dickens and Thomas Hardy, she emerged from provincial England; most of her works are set there. Her works are known for their realism, psychological insight, sense of place and detailed depiction of the countryside. Middlemarch was described by the novelist Virginia Woolf as “one of the few English novels written for grown-up people” and by Martin Amis and Julian Barnes as the greatest novel in the English language.

My First Question on Quora

I love answering questions on Quora.

Today, I have asked my first question:

What are the three non-SEO free premium tools that you use every day?

I have received my first answer.

So you know I use Xmind, Trello, and Google Analytics.

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Will poetry ever become obsolete due to its lack of practical use compared to STEM fields?


Poetry will never become obsolete, nor will art or any artistic expressions, because this makes us human. We read and write poetry with the heart, not with the mind.
Music makes us feel. Science forces us to think.
Exploring imaginary dominions is purely an artistic expression of feeling with our heart and creativity. Even perfumery is subjected to poetry. Perceiving a fragrance has to do with interpretation, not to mention that some people have synesthesia; they see the smells in colors. Some fragrances remind me of turbulent twilights, while others remind me of a sun ray that sparkles in a bottle, emitting a solar heating vibe akin to a lamp.

The above question echoed in my mind, making me think of the film Equilibrium.
Because art elicits emotions, all representations of art have been outlawed in an effort to foster a conflict-free society.
Sean Bean’s character is willing to sacrifice his life for a book of poems by William Butler Yeats:

“I have spread my dreams under your feet;
Tread softly because you tread on my dreams.”

We read poetry, listen to music, and enjoy paintings because they contribute to our humanity. They allow us to travel vicariously and evade in faraway lands that offer hope, love, and wonder.
I cannot imagine the world without music, scents, and art. There’s a story behind all of these. Sometimes it’s a story in verse.

Art – Thomas Edwin Mostyn

What’s the best love letter you have read?

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The best love letters are, in my opinion, Vladimir Nabokov’s love letters to his wife Vera.

This was written in July 1923, a few months after they met.
“I won’t hide it: I’m so unused to being — well, understood, perhaps, — so unused to it, that in the very first minutes of our meeting I thought: this is a joke… But then… And there are things that are hard to talk about — you’ll rub off their marvelous pollen at the touch of a word… You are lovely. ………………………………………………………
Yes, I need you, my fairy-tale. Because you are the only person I can talk with about the shade of a cloud, about the song of a thought — and about how, when I went out to work today and looked a tall sunflower in the face, it smiled at me with all of its seeds.
See you soon my strange joy, my tender night.”

Art – Carl Schweninger, Jr.