“Everything depends on the individual human being, regardless of how small a number of like-minded people there is… each person, through action and not mere words, creatively making the… Open at source
10 min read · 2020-12-23 · The other day I made an advice thread based on Jacobian’s from last year! If you know a source for one of these, shout and I’ll edit it in. Possessions 1 .If you want to find out about people’s…
Are you on the fence about breaking up or leaving your job? You should probably go ahead and do it. People, on average, end up happier when they take the plung
Discipline is superior to motivation. The former can be trained, the latter is fleeting. You won’t be able to accomplish great things if you’re only relying on motivation.
The 20-20-20 rule: Every 20 minutes of screenwork, look at a spot 20 feet away for 20 seconds. This will reduce eye strain and is easy to remember (or program reminders for).
7 min read · Mar 17th · How to feel in control when life gets tough so you can still achieve? Here're 8 tips on controling the uncontrollable in life.
I feel isolated – becomes – I am learning to appreciate my own company and the person I am.
So tell people what you need and ask for help. By now, you can see that control is not always about control but your perception of it. When you bring everyone together to a common goal that they feel invested in, they are more likely to persevere and keep going for each other. So don’t be shy to say: On Thursdays, I need 2 hours to myself to work on yoga/gardening/me time. I need everyone to choose a night when they will cook. I need you to help me with this once a week so that I don’t end up doing too much and exhausted, unable to find the time to recharge before the working week.
4 min read · Feb 24th · In his essay On the Happy Life, Seneca makes an extended list of rules for living a good life. Because it is everyone’s wish to live better, he says, but we are often in the dark on how to do so.…
3 min read · Jun 14th · We intuitively understand this, yet we avoid it. We overcomplicate things.
If You Have to Ask, That’s Your Answer – The best things in life are self-evident—i.e., if you have to ask if you have them, then it means you don’t. If you have to ask if you’re happy, then you’re probably not. If you have to ask if someone loves you, then they probably don’t. If you have to ask if you are successful, then you’re probably not. If you have to ask if you are healthy, then you probably are not. Etc. We intuitively understand this, yet we avoid it. We overcomplicate things.