Yesterday was a good day to get started, although I did forget to do the midday exercise. Today I've added it to my to-do list, perhaps I'll remember it that way.
I tremendously appreciate the morning exercise especially. It's a nice, calm way to get started with the day and to focus on what's to come. Very often we think about what we want to get accomplished that day, but the strength of this particular exercise is that we then add thoughts about everything that could go wrong, and tell ourselves to focus on what's truly important: our reaction to circumstances, not the circumstances themselves. s
Question: As I understand it, a new book about stoicism was recently released. I have forgotten the title and the name of its author, however. Does anyone know which book I"m talking about?