It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these. In fact, I wasn’t sure I’d do another. However, I’ve stumbled across some fantastic pieces of content lately, and really wanted to share them.
Death and the Present Moment by Sam Harris (Article | 20 min read)
A transcript from a talk Sam Harris did at the 2012 Global Atheist Convention. I challenge you to read this and not want to make some changes to your life.
I can relate. As I’ve gotten older, I’ve had to get my head around not being able to do things I used to be able to do – and to instead lean into things that are good for me, based on where I am now.
Yeah, I’m biased at 44, but this is exactly how I feel.
I’ve been using run-walk-run for a while now to get my zone 2 cardio in. It’s a fantastic way to cover longer distances and times, without beating up the body. And it’s the perfect way for anyone to start getting into running.
A rule that will change your life:— Sahil Bloom (@SahilBloom) August 25, 2023
Never think twice about investments in yourself.
• Quality food
• Mental health
• Personal development
These investments pay dividends for a long time. You'll never regret making them. pic.twitter.com/uP9uHl50XE
I’ve been procrastinating on investing in myself recently. This was a nice nudge to not over-think them, and to just go for it.
More people should consider working with the seasons: High intensity for 3-4 months, and doing almost nothing for the rest of the year.— Daniel Vassallo (@dvassallo) August 25, 2023
An inspiring goal to work towards. It’s less about this being the exact way to be, and more about realising the freedom that allows a choice like this.
I’m going through some of this at the moment – my training, morning routine etc. I felt bad at first, but this reminded me that it’s just part of life and to embrace it.
One of the best TV shows I’ve watched in a long time. Gripping from the first to the last episode!
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