Meditate 5-10 minutes every day. Do yoga 10-15 minutes every day. Exercise 20-30 minutes every day. Walk 20-30 minutes every day. Write 5-10 minutes every day. Read 10-20 minutes every day. Drink 8-10 cups of water every day. Learn something new in 20-30 minutes every day. It takes 1-2 hours per day to have a … Continue reading On quality of life
For many years I worked six days a week, so that I can take a day off to go out and enjoy time with friends. There were also weeks and months I worked seven days a week non-stop, but I always made sure to take some time off – an hour or two per day … Continue reading Routines and side projects
“When you’re everywhere, you’re nowhere” - Rumi
How often does social media make you feel like you’re not doing enough, working enough, achieving enough, or just not good enough? Probably often? More like always? No wonder people feel stressed out and depressed as a result. The social media image of happy people looking like they have it all figured out sometimes makes … Continue reading Overachievers are overrated
When was the last time you stopped for a moment and took a look around you and the pace everything seems to be moving at? Life seems pretty fast? Months feel like weeks, weeks like days, and days like hours. And 2018 is almost over. We're always trying to beat time when in reality time … Continue reading Slow down
Perhaps one of the most underrated skills in life — figuring things out on the go, as you start a new job or a new project; while trying to learn a new language, skill, tool; or when trying to switch careers. It also works when you get lost during traveling or in life. Just figure it out. … Continue reading Figure it out
You’ve got to be careful with what you say because every word and sentence that comes out of your mouth will never come back. Don’t over promise when you’re under pressure, you will regret it later when you can’t deliver. And people will not take you seriously or trust you anymore. It takes years of actions to gain trust, … Continue reading They don’t come back
It’s of novices to think every battle* can be won. It’s immature to even think of this possibility. There are people who think everything is possible though. And who am I to change their mind when I have no control over that? I control myself and have more than enough trying to do so. I … Continue reading Can you win ’em all?
We’re always comparing and judging even when we think we aren’t. There isn’t a moment we aren’t comparing people, experiences or situations. There are no judgment-free zones or thoughts even when we think there are. We’re often seeing the grass greener across the street. We compare people with other people when nobody is or will ever be the same, we compare experiences with other experiences when they’re very different from each … Continue reading Compared to what?
What do you care what people think? That’s a Richard Feynman’s book. But also today’s reality. You focus way too often and too much on what others think about you, what you’re doing, whether you and your friends are following each other on social media, and what not. The truth is that none of these … Continue reading Who cares anyway