[MONDAYS ARE FINE] DECEMBER 17
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1. If you're on a quest for greater focus and clarity in 2019, we have some good news: The Q Planner is back in stock. Our first ever planner features pages to help you outline your focus for the quarter, set key goals for work and personal experiences, and breakdown your to-do’s for each month - plus a page for every day. The first batch sold out in less than 24 hours, so you might want to 'add to cart' sooner rather than later.
2. A new year means a new way of thinking about your workflow.This Medium article on grouping your to-do's via mental statereiterates a method we've long advocated. (For more on this, check our 'Best Week, Every Week' worksheet).
3. Looking to stock up on some inspiring nonfiction for the holiday period? The Cut rounds up some of the best career books out there, according to people who know what they're talking about. Might we humbly suggest checking out The Working Woman's Handbook, if you haven't already?
4. Good news for the planning types, cont'd: the 2019 edition of ourMake It Work worksheet pack is also here. Download yours now for a headstart on the year ahead. It's gonna be a good one, we can feel it.
5. But before all that... It's the end of year, and you deserve a break! Can't seem to stop working? This manifesto on leisure might inspire you.
Happy holidays to everyone, and thank you for making time to read this newsletter all year.
We're going into 'recharge and rebuild' mode for a few weeks while we work on some exciting changes BTS, but we'll back (and better!) before you know it.
See you on the other side.
Andy Warhol From A to B and Back Again at the Whitney reconsiders the work of an iconic American artist.
Vivian Maier: Living Color at KP Projects offers a chance to see new images from the enigmatic photographer.
Use your holiday downtown time to check out 'Vintage Works' from Bill Brandt at Michael Hoppen Gallery.