About this time two years ago, I posted about setting new habits in 2016.
Lofty dreams remain dreams only because people fail to be bold and take action.
When we die, we leave everything behind. We won’t have anything that we can take with us, only regrets.
The beginning of a new year is a popular time for New Year resolutions. However, I prefer to pick up new habits instead.
Shane Parrish of Farnam Street wrote about learned helplessness and it made me reflect on the topic.
I have been very conscious about reducing distractions in the past seven months or so.
Opportunity costs are the benefits lost when you pursue a particular course of action instead of a mutually exclusive alternative.
Impermanence is the way of life. Nothing lasts forever. Have no delusions about that. It might sound cliché to you but more often that not we tend to take things for granted.
What is the point of living? You probably have asked this question before. I have turned this question in my mind for years and several years ago, I found my meaning of life.
Many of us can be guilty of taking our eyesight for granted. I am no exception. That changed when I developed an eye infection about two years ago.
Authenticity, along with my recent muse on consistency and minimalism, has spurred me to post text-only entries.
A review of what I have accomplished and experienced in the past year.
My experiences in 2011 has made me a wiser person. I’ve grown and learnt from many of life’s lessons. Welcome 2012 and new challenges.
New Year resolutions generally tend to reflect the ideals we wish to achieve but have the tendency to be unrealistic.
I would definitely recommend Eat, Pray, Love, especially if you are going through a tough period in your relationship or recovering from a failed one.
Do you know why you shoot? Why do you shoot?