Unsurprising, but, I like how it’s backed by science…!
Relationships keep us happy, they delay mental and physical decline, which results in a longer life. Another interesting finding as well from this study:
Yesterday was kind of a neat day as I decided to personally invest some capital into Bitcoin and cryptocurrency at large.
It’s 100% due to my brother’s influential remarks, his research, and most obvious is his amazing financial returns that he’s already experienced. He’s gone “pro,” essentially, at this point in time and I’ve been watching him make calls and trades daily.
I love this:
But what people care deeply about and cherish and talk to their therapists most about and fall madly in love with you over is actually your particular combination of ordinary.
The longer I live the longer I see this true in my own life. I’ll give you a very, very personal example:
I found this to be very useful (and it’s entirely true):
These are epic:
The power of being reminded. Is it a bit meta to be reminding you about the power of being reminded (which is all about repetition)?
I dunno. Take a look:
I wrote a post yesterday about raising a round of venture capital for my startup which is important for two reasons, the first is the fact that it’s the first time we’ve been “officially” public about it and second because it was an opportunity to highlight a powerful principle that we all know intellectually but oftentimes forget.
I hate when that happens.
Yesterday I installed the new Eero Home Wifi system in my house and I’m excited to say that it’s working exactly how I had hoped it would work.
In short, although I have loved my Apple AirPort Time Capsule (3 Terabytes!!) it just wasn’t able to get into my apartment bedroom which was sadly only 15 feet away or so.
And, as far as I know, I believe I’m the only one to have two apps simultaneously featured in a perennial category like this: