Here are the three articles that caught my eye!
I love you all!
When someone says it can’t be done— Dan Go (@FitFounder) November 9, 2020
It’s a reflection of their limitations. Not yours.
Stay at home workout
It’s not a workout but an article that links food and injury (injury = athletic; but the ideas can be used if you’re a non-athlete):
Wear a watch
Technology will have a big impact on your life. Especially if it can detect when you’re having a nightmare. While allowing your doctor to see the data to find any patterns to help you get well:
Your next e-commerce delivery?
It won’t be from a big warehouse.
It’ll be from a small one.
Run by robots and humans:
Technology’s impact on the entertainment industry?
Streaming is up.
Some experts predict it’ll be down once the vaccine arrives in 2021/2022 but I will counter with this idea: you‘ve created new habits during this pandemic. It’ll be hard for you to give them up. Why? Because it takes 66 days to create a new habit (example: I used to go to the gym five days a week. Now? All of it is online. I can attend the live fitness classes (M-W-F). Or play them later on. My local gym needs to give me a really good reason to show up to do a live class):