... with a difference. No to do lists here.
We end up with needlessly difficult lives because we have trouble recognizing ease when it’s hidden behind difficulty. It’s hard to see, for example, in that difficult moment when you’re
Patrick Rhone shares a simple way he shapes the day in his favour. An excellent idea.
Caesura Letters today discusses the time it takes to form a new habit. Habits are not the result of thinking about something hard enough to change it, but transforming your behaviour long enough
Resolutions rarely affect only ourselves when we make them. Patrick makes a good point of getting those around you to help support your resolutions. And even those things you think are just for
The last two months have been something of a blur. Client work has taken up most of my day now and even into the night as well when I shouldn't really be working.
Even the best kept habits require a break. Regardless of how well you think it's working for you as a habit, it's only when you step back from it, breaking the habit, that
I've tried to start a number of new habits over the last few months, some of them have stuck, some of them haven't. Here's the ones that didn't stick. Reading 2 books a
In an effort to be more productive, healthy and fit I’ve decided to keep a daily checklist for work days so that I can start tracking progress on my day. Here’s
I read an interesting post by Curtis McHale today highlighting his pledge to maintain a daily contribution to open-source projects. Well done Curtis! It's developers like him that make the open source projects
Building habits and routines is a great way make sure you're staying on top of life but for all the structure that you have built, sometimes you just need to let it all
Buster Benson outlines what habit decisions are and provides some tips integrating these habits into your life. Here's an excerpt from the practice tracking tip: If you’re not someone who naturally tracks