Here's a checklist of questions I often work through when something unpleasant happens, in order to reframe the situation and get over it as quickly as possible.
I've written about 'Ugh tasks' — tasks that you gradually come to feel terrible about not having done but can't bring yourself to do — which I think are a very underrated mental health issue.
Here are some of my thoughts on exercise, why it's so important, and how to get into it.
Here are some suggestions for how Australian policy could be modified to benefit the rest of the world, some old brainstorming on the overlap between classical liberalism and effective altruism, and some thoughts on political correctness.
Here's a bit of advice on how to effectively promote ideas on social media. And my views on how people involved in effective altruism should and shouldn't use jargon.
Here's a quiz where you can test your ability to predict which psychology studies can be replicated, and which can't, based on a brief description.
I made a 60 second guide to increasing your chance of surviving an imminent nuclear attack.
I love house music and dancing until I'm so tired I can't dance any longer — here's a Spotify playlist of 600 tracks I like and a bunch of mixes I love on SoundCloud.
All the way back in 2008 I edited the ANU student newspaper, Woroni — the issues from that year are available here.
Years ago I also kept my own blog, but my views and style have changed a bunch since then, so take it all with a substantial pinch of salt.