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The secret of your future is hidden in your daily routine.
– Mike Murdoc
Two forces are at play in every day life, the attempt at a consistent routine — which mitigates thrash on the way to success — and that which interrupts that attempt.
Continue reading “habitudo interruptus”
Invisalign Week 8 of 34: So far the Pros and Cons of this ortho treatment have been standard (based on the other experiences I’ve researched online). Continue reading “Invisalign Week 8 of 34”
On Gifs and The Benefits of Moving: A Journal entry with Magical Pictures by the Southern Beach Landlord.
Continue reading “Nomadic Wizardry”
What [BFS] is for — thoughts on visiting ft Barrancas, staining my invisaligns, and other stuff
Continue reading “[BFS-001] Blog for Stephen”
A few weeks ago, I asked for some help from friends in the Philippines with a personal project which involves some rudimentary data gathering with this anonymous form. I got some interesting data, some of which I’ll share Continue reading “Project Agila – Part 1”
“No man is an island”, as John Donne once wrote back in the 17th century, is still as true as it once was back then. Continue reading “Help me help you”
“We must give up many things to which we are addicted, considering them to be good. Otherwise, courage will vanish, which should continually test itself. Greatness of soul will be lost, which can’t stand out unless it disdains as petty what the mob regards as most desirable.”
— Seneca, MORAL LETTERS, 74.12b-13
I’m addicted to these little red berries that pop up on my phone’s screen. Each of them vie for my attention like little red doors with a wonderful prize behind them.
Who sent me a message?
Who wants my friendship in their life?
What new update does that game I never got around to delete have?
“The proper work of the mind is the exercise of choice, refusal, yearning, repulsion, preparation, purpose, and assent. What then can pollute and clog the mind’s proper functioning? Nothing but its own corrupt decisions”
— Epictetus, Discources, 4.11.6-7
If you asked me which one skill you should practice every day that would have the most significant effect in your life, Continue reading “If You Practice this One Skill Everyday, You will Always Win”
This is a summary of my notes for Week 51, because sharing is caring. Continue reading “The Strange Christmas Wick Reply”