Where does the time go? I can’t believe I’ve been blogging here at Existential Ergonomics for half of a year–a full six months. Thank you so much for being a part of my journey!
Believe it or not, this blog went in an entirely different direction than I had originally anticipated. Originally designed as a portfolio for my hopeful application to a Human-Centered Design & Engineering graduate program this fall, the blog quickly evolved into space in which to explore thoughts and feeling around my rapidly-declining health.
And yet, I feel that my written explorations still holds true to my essential question, perhaps just on a broader scale than I had originally anticipated:
What if we, as humans being, could study and design “right-fit” processes to optimize well-being and performance?
Without further ado, here’s a breakdown and overview of the last six months, from April 1st through September 30th of 2018.
By the Numbers
- Posts: 182
- Words: 144,629
- Followers: 498
- Views: 6,979
- Visitors: 2,876
- Comments: 720
- Likes: 3,214
Top 5 Most Popular Posts
- What is Existential Ergonomics?
- 10 Lessons From 10 Years of Yoga
- Why You Should Delete Your Social Media Accounts Today
- The Preemptive Disposal of Future Clutter
- A Love Letter To Myself (And To You)
An Open Invitation For Honest Feedback
Are you sick of me talking about being sick? Are you itching for more poetry, life advice, or humorous anecdotes? Do you prefer articles about approaching self-improvement in a systematic way? Is there a topic that I’ve yet to address and you’d love a new perspective on? If so, today is your lucky day! Share any thoughts you have in the comments below!
A Sincere Thank You!
I love writing, so I’m certain I would continue showing up with or without readers. But I must admit that the little community I’ve found here in the Blogosphere has added perspective, support, and small blips of daily joy that I’m not sure I could have found anywhere else.
Thank you so much for joining me on this journey!