What does a nerdy (but super useful) tool, Nordic Art and fear have in common?
They are part of this week’s: Em’s Extras!
Grammarly: It is an app that automatically detects potential grammar, spelling, punctuation, word choice, and style mistakes in writing. It offers grammar and spelling check products as well as plagiarism detection. Apparently, you can connect it to practically everything, even your email, Facebook, Linkedin, and WhatsApp. It is super easy to use, and the free version is quite complete. I am currently considering buying the premium version as I am using it solely for my book.
SMK: it is the National Gallery of Denmark, located in Copenhagen. If you are into museums and enjoy the art just as much as “hanging” out inside them, this place is for you and me! The European art collection is magnificent (Picasso, Matisse, Rembrandt, and Nordic Art at its best). The museum is not too overwhelming, you can make a 2-3 hours decent tour. It has great spaces to read, write, or just be, as well as a cozy cafe area.
Ted Talk, Why you should define your fears instead of your goals by Tim Ferriss: I have been reading a lot about fear lately, as part of research for my book. I found this talk very compelling and the approach to be extra-interesting.
Wishing you a fearless weekend free of unintentional grammar mistakes and moments worthy of museum walls,