I’m late again on posting my weekly blog post. I’m going to have to start writing these ahead of time because Friday isn’t always the best opportunity for me to make the time to write and post this up.
This weekend, I was out of town for a wedding. It was a good change of pace from my regular every day. I got the chance to recharge a bit while catching up with some friends who I don’t see nearly as much as I would like to. Today, I’m just going to share some of my reflections coming out of this weekend.
Continue reading “There and Back Again”
Here are some highlights for leading into Week 29 🙂
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Your mind is for having ideas, not holding them.
Today I’m going to talk about something simple that can greatly impact your work and life: writing things down. It might sound lame, but hear me out. This isn’t merely about forgetting things (although, yes, writing things down will help fix the problem of your working memory as well). This is about starting to turn off your life’s autopilot.
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Every Monday, I’m going to post 10ish of the learnings I’ve picked up throughout the week in bullet point form. Hopefully they provide some value to start off your week 🙂
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Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate.
Eventually, I will be writing a series of blog posts on productivity. To lead into those blog posts, I thought I would give a bit of background into why I use some of the systems that I will eventually be writing about. These reasons are all rooted in the unconscious. Our brains often do things without our realizing, and I thought I would talk about some of those things here.
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Every December/January, I review what happened the previous year. This review covers learnings, events, journal entries, goal successes and failures, etc. In 2016, there were three learnings that stood out for me. I remind myself of these learnings in my morning and evening routines each day with the hope that I can be more mindful about not repeating too many mistakes from the past. I will share these three learnings here (as well as a fourth I’ve since appended onto the list).
Continue reading “Daily Reminders”
I’ve been blogging on and off since high school. But I think this is my first time coming back for this reason: I’ve decided to do an experiment for myself and quit social media.
Continue reading “Look! I’m blogging again!”