Don't just do something
I’m making lasagna while writing this. What you doing while reading it?
Five things worth sharing this week:
For this week, why not try the following:
Re-design your lifestyle.
Brag about the 7-9 hours of sleep you get each night.
Go for a walk.
Nurture your hobby(ies).
Kill your phone.
Boast about all the books you have been reading in your free time.
Fill your days with silence, contemplation, and boredom.
One of the oldest pianists in the world is 106-year-old Colette Maze, and has been playing the piano since she was five years old. She says that being passionate is the key to staying young at heart.
Less scrolling, more passionate-ing.
A quote I want to share with you:
“Don’t just do something. Stand there.”
— Rochelle Myer
A man who has worked long hours all his life will become bored if he becomes suddenly idle. But without a considerable amount of leisure a man is cut off from many of the best things. In idleness, there will be happiness and joy of life, instead of frayed nerves, weariness, and dyspepsia.
I looked it up.
A question for you this week: What is your reason for unplugging?
If there is no good reason to be doing something, it’s not worth doing.
That’s all for this week!
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Until next time,