When it comes to giving gifts, I knew I couldn’t compete. But I’d be damned if I didn’t want to give it a try. After some days of thinking, I finally hatched a plan: I decided to make a blog where each entry represented a short story of one of our adventures together or a valuable lesson she had taught me.
This article I identified with closely as I find that if I write consistently, I’m a little more in tune with my own thoughts and emotions. There’s something about typing or writing all this down that helps you process.
The blank page is a powerful thing, especially when that blank page is in your own, private journal. It’s a canvas of opportunity, full of infinite possibilities.
This is one of the few iOS apps that I never hesitate to pay a yearly membership for. (Even though you don’t have to) It is a gorgeous way to document something as intensely personal as a journal.
Also, a great way to give yourself an excuse to write more.
It’s often argued that some people are dreamers while others are realists. But hedge-fund billionaire Ray Dalio believes that you need both qualities to be successful.
I actually received Ray Dalio’s book from a tech company that practices a lot of what he talks about with his “Principles”. I haven’t read it just yet (it’s huge) so this is a good snippet of advice that is probably in there.
We love ourselves a good map around here on T&T, but never let it be said that we limit ourselves only to cartography based in the real world.
This one brings out the inner sci-fi/fantasy nerd in me.