Cal Newport wants you to quit social media. He makes some good points.
If we are in a war for our attention, I’m on whatever side Daniel Nesbit is on.
The key to understanding Bitcoin is to understand that @mariabustillos/you-dont-understand-bitcoin-because-you-think-money-is-real-5aef45b8e952">money itself is a construct for negotiating value and trust. It doesn’t really exist.
Skip Moleskines, at least the expensive ones, if you’re just starting out. Cheap is the freedom to experiment.
I’ve been mulling a larger post about this idea but have not fully formed it yet. This is the spirit of it though.
I found this explanation of what time is and why it moves forward enlightening.
Daniel Nesbit took the time to unsubscribe. I’ve been using this season of endless offers, pitches, and sales alerts to do the same.
Lately, it feels less like life is happening with me and more like it is happening at me. A full on assault.
In times like these, in certain seasons, and in the daily grind of life, it’s all too easy to forget what is important.
Family, friends, nature, meditation, health food and drink, humor, love, and so much more. All of these are important. So much of what we are exposed to in the outside world is not. Furthermore, so much of what the world wants to be important to me is in direct opposition what really is.
So, to remind myself and , hopefully, you gentle readers, I will be periodically posting pictures, links, quotes, and other items that I feel fit such meaning with only the simple yet emphatic statement “This is important”. Just as I have long used “What we believe in” to align myself with an idea, I will use “This is important” to remind myself of what truly matters.
This is important.