Seeking Tribe #6: Dare to be Grateful

This last week was a low energy one.

In Rochester, the leaves are changing colors and falling from the trees. The sun is setting earlier and the nights are growing colder. Growing up, it was common that it would snow on Halloween! Winter might not be here yet, but it’s right around the corner.

I hope you can all create the space to enjoy these last moments of fall. Go for a long walk in a park. Meet up with an acquaintance for a distanced-outdoor drink at a local bar (ayyy). Sit on your front porch and enjoy the sun on a chilly fall morning (with a hot cup of coffee).

The Best of my Recent Reads:

I received a few messages from readers of Seeking Tribe last week asking if I could make a few connections. These may be out there but I figured I’d ask! Please feel free to reach out if you have an ask, or would like to be connected with either of these friends.

  • Are you of you particularly interested in political philosophy? Are you looking for a roommate by any chance?
  • Do any of you know anyone looking for interns at the intersections of data science and sustainability? My friend Claude is looking for leads, you can see his sustainability blog here.

I hope that all of you have a wonderful week and try to find enjoyment wherever you can. Looking back at 2019, it’s now easy to see that there is a lot that we take for granted.

Dare to be grateful!

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