By now, many of us have adapted to a more remote way of living. It has the potential to make working easier, remove commutes, and give us a better work-life balance, for some. On the other hand, it can make for a much lonelier life.
We talk about a few things we’ve been doing to counteract that less-than-desirable feature and maintain a reasonably-functioning, remote social life.
Things mentioned in this episode:
This week’s episode is sponsored by:
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Other things we mentioned in this episode:
- How Your House Works, by Charlie Wing
- Thomas’ Productivity & Creativity course on Skillshare
- Thomas’ Habit-Building course on Skillshare
- Thomas’ Productivity course on Skillshare
- Charles Cornell on YouTube
- How to Never Have Friends and Be Alone Forever (Ep. 243)
- How to Make Friends in College: A Comprehensive Guide
- Mark Rober on YouTube
- Philip deFranco on YouTube
Want more cool stuff? You can find all sorts of great tools at my Resources page.
- 0:00:00 – Intro
- 0:01:30 – What we’ve been up to
- 0:22:10 – Things we want to do
- 0:24:14 – Sponsor: Skillshare (Learning new skills)
- 0:26:36 – Sponsor: Brilliant (Learning problem-solving skills)
- 0:30:00 – Creating an online group chat
- 0:42:00 – Things to do online
- 0:51:33 – Keeping in touch
- 1:11:42 – Most motivational way to plan your goals
- 1:16:59 – Worrying about our YouTube statistics
- 1:22:55 – Conclusion