Inspired by zenhabits' Leo Babauta's Year of Living Without, I've decided to give up something different for one month throughout 2014. The hope is that I'll be able to foster my willpower and undertake a large amount of self-reflection in the process. January: no sugar or processed foods. February: no caffeine March: no social media… Continue reading My Resolutions for 2014
If you know anything about me, you know that I've partaken in some downright daft activities. For instance, in the midst of studying for six AP exams, I've also been waking before dawn to train for a marathon. I could ramble on about the psychological base of my behaviors, but I'll save that for another… Continue reading 40 Days. No Facebook.
"Those who seek rest find boredom. Those who seek work find rest." I love that quote. In fact, I'll probably use it as my senior quote in next spring's yearbook. If you've ever worked hard and then enjoyed the sweet relief of free time, the quote sounds like an eternal truth. But there is a… Continue reading The Problem with Free Time