Oh my goodness, I have not written in so, so, long!
Life got the best of me, things happening and I just had to break from certain things. I’m glad to be back.
Everyone has a purpose, a goal, objective, dream, to why they write.
Posts about finding your niche…
Answer yourself this question:
“Why do you want to improve?”
Your answer can vary, but it probably involved something along the lines of:
Highly efficient people do not procrastinate.
Instead, they have hobbies, side hustles, and interests, that do not conflict with their day-to-day operations.
If you are like the ordinary working person, you have procrastinated before, multiple times, okay, it’s a problem.
Everyone hates getting off-topic, the thought of wasting a whole…
What exactly is a gym used for?
Well, it's a public place(sort of, have to pay membership) where people come to lift weights, get fit, or have their own personal training business.
I honestly believe the cleaners are the most important people at the gym, aside from the staff. …
The fresh wind, the smell of native fauna, the dirt on your feet, and the feeling of losing your keys(multiple times), are some of the experiences of camping.
I love camping and everything about it. Yes, I love spending quality time on my computer and drink from my coffee fountain(coffee…
I bet everyone would have something to say to their younger selves.
The mistakes I made years ago are the lessons I remember today. Without them, I wouldn’t be the person I would be today.
Speaking from my experience, I look back at my younger self and cringe a bit…
Habits are weird.
They are something we do without even thinking or planning. Similar to a knee-jerk reaction, we act instinctively.
How can we utilize one productive habit to spark another? or another?
You always ask the right questions!
We need to first discuss what is a productive habit?
I can speak for all of us and say, ‘We are all afraid of something or someone’.
I mean, I always say, I’m not afraid of spiders. But I still yell at my partner screaming “Ew. gross! …
We all have a goal in mind.
Get a dream car, buy a new computer, bench a 100kg, run a marathon, etc.…
Those are examples of an end goal but requires smaller goals to make it possible. From now end goals are going to be called “Endgame”. Inspired by Marvel…