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    Andy Gibson posted a note on 17 November 2008 - 12:21am.

    Irony

    I realised this week that I have started:

    1) a website to promote curiosity and learning;
    2) a consultancy advising people on harnessing human sociability; and
    3) a campaign to help people be more conscious of how to manage their minds.

    And so now I:

    1) have no time to learn anything;
    2) never see my friends; and
    3) am really stressed.

    The irony of this is not lost on me.

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    Andy Gibson posted a link on 11 November 2008 - 12:04pm.

    The Mindapples Test

    What's the mental health equivalent of five-a-day? Take the test and decide for yourself what *you* can do to manage your mind.

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    Andy Gibson posted a note on 1 November 2008 - 12:07pm.

    Digital Health

    I've been thinking a lot about my relationship with technology lately, which is a big deal for someone in my line of work. In particular I've really been struggling to keep up with my level of incoming mail. Every day my inboxes are fuller than the day before. I hate being rude to people, and e-mail seems to be the quickest way to stack up uncompleted tasks. (And don't even get me started on Facebook.)

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    Andy Gibson posted a note on 14 October 2008 - 4:53pm.

    My own mental health campaign...

    Bumped into my friend Sarah last week and was talking about work, in the slightly manic way that running School of Everything and a mental health campaign (http://mindapples.org) gives you.

    When I mentioned that my mental health campaign was going really well, she replied: "which one, yours, or the one for other people?"

    Nice line, and point taken. What were my 5-a-day again?

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