What is the best pocketbook of 2021?
We’re not the only ones posting Top 10 or Year in Reviews content lists, but we would say these lists are different from the rest – a cut above. Pocket readers are a demanding bunch: they revolve around fascinating long readings that immerse readers deeply into a story or topic; explanatory that demystify complex or poorly understood topics; big ideas that challenge us to think and maybe even act differently; and very good advice for all facets of life. You’ll find must-see examples of it all inside these Eclectics The best collections 2021, from dozens of reliable and diverse publications.
The stories people record the most on Pocket often provide a fascinating window into what occupies our collective attention each year. In 2019, the most-recorded article on Pocket examined how modern economic precariousness turned millennials into burnout generation. In 2020, the most read article was an in-depth and premonitory review of how the Covid-19 pandemic could end.
This year the Article n Â° 1 in Pocket put a name to the chronic sense of “blah” that so many of us felt in 2021 as the uncertainty of the pandemic dragged on: languishing. (For months, heads nodded all over Zoom whenever this article popped into the conversation.) To mark the end of the year, we asked Adam Grant, the organizational psychologist and best-selling author who wrote article, to prepare a special pocket collection. In regards to how to let it languish behind in 2021 – and start thriving in 2022 by breaking free from stagnation and rekindling your spark.
What you’ll also find in this year’s Best Of package: a journey through some of the The most memorable events and scenarios of 2021, as recounted in 12 great articles that Pocket users have saved to help them understand it all. More, recommendations from this year’s top writers on unforgettable stories they or they couldn’t stop reading, and a special collection of those of us at Pocket circa 2021 lessons we won’t soon forget.
If you haven’t read these articles yet, save them to your pocket and dig while on vacation. While you’re at it, join the millions of people who are discovering the inspiring articles we host in our daily newsletter and on the Firefox and Chromium new tab pages every day.
From all of us at Pocket, have a happy and safe holiday season and a happy and flourishing New Year.
Carolyn O’Hara is Senior Director of Content Discovery at Pocket.