Weirdo's Weekly Update — 4 September, 2022

What are we working on?

We are in the middle of our OKR iteration, Quarter 3, and focusing mainly on improving our site, and working on new crypto-related content. In addition, we plan to add more travel-related content and keep you posted on our social media profiles.

If not yet, you can follow us on our Instagram and Facebook profiles.

Crypto News

Internet Game Season 2: The Bearmarket Battle, hosted by Gmoney & Leah Lamarr, is live.

The mint was on Aug 30 - 31. and 60% of mint will go to NFT prizes, chosen by the community through Discord vote. The 1st prize is Bored Ape #4317.

We were part of Season 1, and it was super fun, so we are excited to participate in the sequel.

Are you participating too? Just tweet me

Traveling, what's next?

Three days, and we are in Bangkok. We are excited about this, as we feel our European experience was a bit too long. We love it here to meet friends and families, but both Maja and I think our hearts are already in Asia. ❤️

Traveling became our lifestyle and having no permanent apartment freed us from all the unnecessary clutter and complications that come with owning too many things. Besides that, I think that main benefits of traveling are open-mindedness and acceptance. Stepping out of your environment and getting to know other cultures, people, and ways of life helps you see the world from a different perspective.

I am currently watching.

My days are going by so fast at the moment, but I watch an episode of Sons of Anarchy in the evening when winding down. Oldie but goodie.

Tool of the week

Pomodone App is my secret weapon for getting things done. It's based on Pomodoro Technique:

It is a time management method developed by Francesco Cirillo in the late 1980s. It uses a kitchen timer to break work into intervals, typically 25 minutes in length, separated by short breaks. Each interval is known as a pomodoro from the Italian word for tomato after the tomato-shaped kitchen timer Cirillo used as a university student.

So in practice, it works like this - You set a timer for 25 minutes (or similar time range), work, then take a 5-minute break—and repeat the process three more times. After that, take a 15- to 30-minute break.

A simple productivity tool, but I couldn't imagine my workday without it.

Current Habits

Duolingo 498 days

Headspace 492 days

Our content of the week

I wrote a detailed SecuX Review that you can check out here.

If you are looking for a high-security grade hardware wallet and like SecuX, you can use our code "WeirdoRocks" to get a 15% discount.

September 13, 2022
Leo Brunnhofer