5 Lessons from a Personal Finance Nerd

So far, I've written about Philosophy, Psychology, Habits, and Happiness. But I've neglected a major area of interest of mine: Personal Finance. I've been a nerd of frugality for years now, and although some major life changes have happened that have made the journey pretty slow, I've collected an extensive amount of knowledge on the … Continue reading 5 Lessons from a Personal Finance Nerd

The Path of MOST Resistance

What is going on in your life right now? At work, an upcoming promotion, meeting, or interview that you know could make or break your future at your company? At home, is there something you need to tell your partner but just keep to yourself in order to maintain make-believe-perfect household? Does your friend need … Continue reading The Path of MOST Resistance

Why you DON’T have to Meditate Every Day

The benefits of mediation is in the long game. I can agree with that. You can't meditate once for an hour an be Buddha, and you won't be able to bend spoons with your mind just because you are sitting in a cross legged position. You do it often successively over long periods of time, … Continue reading Why you DON’T have to Meditate Every Day

5 Pillars of a Good Life

WARNING! This is a LONG post, but it's supposed to cover everything this blog is about, so feel free to scroll as fast as your well trained finger lets you, and stop wherever something catches your eye! This post is about the 5 pillars I measure my life through. They are the backbone of this … Continue reading 5 Pillars of a Good Life

Why you shouldn’t worry that you haven’t done anything in your twenties

I have a friend who went through a couple of true tragedies in his early twenties. Family members dying, losing his job. He's now almost 30, and hasn't had a job in 8 years. At this stage everything feels meaningless. What would it matter if i got his shit together now, when the supposedly best … Continue reading Why you shouldn’t worry that you haven’t done anything in your twenties