Recently, Tim Ferriss posted on Instagram a photo of two reminder cards he carries with him in his wallet. One card reads “That which hinders your task… is your task.” The other card reads “Notice the best part.”
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Today is just a bunch of random thoughts, reflections, and experiences from throughout the week.
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Here are some highlights for leading into Week 37 🙂
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I’m usually a pretty shitty sleeper. It usually takes me a couple hours to fall asleep, and then when I do fall asleep, my sleep is usually quite fragmented and then I have at least one longer period of being wide awake in the middle of the night.
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Here are some highlights for leading into Week 36 🙂
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People who know me well know that I like rules. More specifically, I like very clearly defined rules. I like clarity. I do not like ambiguity. I take comfort in thinking that I know things; there are few things that drive anxiety as much as being unsure about something.
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Here are some highlights for leading into Week 35 🙂
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Life has become particularly stressful again. I noticed that a lot of my usual routines have started falling off (eg. meal prep, exercising, reading, regular reviews) and that I was being a lot more moody than usual.
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Here are some highlights for leading into Week 34 🙂
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At work, we’ve been having conversations about diction and its associated impact. Most commonly, we’ve been discussing the use of the phrase “You guys” when addressing a group which contains at least one female. Some of the concerns are that the phrase may lead to feelings of exclusion or disrespect as only the male members are recognized and addressed; the female members are regarded almost as second-class citizens in this way. To respond to this problem, people have been working on diction awareness and word choice when communicating.
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