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Category Archives: lifehacking
Universe seems to have given me the answer to my question about work vs freedom vs money. Minimalism is the answer.
Jack Black studied and coached extraordinary, very successful people for a long time. In the process, he narrowed down their success to 5 characteristics, one of them being an unshakable positive mental attitude. Jack then shared a simple, yet very effective … Continue reading
Ah, Quora is my everything lately. There is so much to ponder, so much to look at from a different perspective, so much to learn. I feel very inspired by this guy’s story. Whatever it is you were trying to … Continue reading
So many years spent pondering the direction, the why, and here such a simple advice, in a couple of lines. Eureka moment indeed. Golden words. Now what is it you are most afraid of right now?
Grace and Frankie on Netflix is a hilarious, but also very smart show. It’s there that I’ve seen Frankie use video blogging to self analyse and get to the bottom of things. It’s used privately, a bit like writing in … Continue reading
You might have noticed that most of my recent posts were on the subject of relationships and love. It’s not random, I blog about things that interest me or that I am working on. In 2 weeks time, the Happiness … Continue reading
As part of the positive psychology class that I am taking, I learned about this web site created by the happiness researcher Barbara Fredrickson. It allows you to measure your ‘positivity ratio’ daily, track it for 2 weeks and make … Continue reading
Having recently been on an airplane, I wondered about the physics of the human body while in air. And I found my answers in this very well written and fun to read article. Enjoy! 🙂
I’ve recently finished a scifi script, created a beautiful bowtie necklace and made a ringtone. Making things is therapeutic and amazing. My new ringtone based on this video by my favourite comedian Louis CK keeps cheering me up throughout the day and … Continue reading
In my recent post about stress I have discovered that apparently stress has same physical symptoms as courage (this is not scientific but seems plausible enough), so in some cases it may make sense to reframe feeling stressed as being brave. … Continue reading