Designing a minimalist lifestyle the Kaizen Way.
My Notion is filled with all kinds of ideas, many of them about potential side-gigs, and most of those are related to the Creator Economy. I mostly follow and read about it, so it's only natural to have most ideas revolving around this. In the past, I used to start
As another lockdown unfolds, I noticed the tranquility it brought. The coffee places are closed, so the noise in the business centers subsided. The volume knob reduced the decibels, and the mornings are nearly as quiet as during the first snowfall. If you're running a coffee shop, that's a tragedy.
The whole internet is designed for one reader: Mr. Google. Not for you, not for me. For Mr. Google. The second page might just as well be one big photo of a tombstone for the unknown soldier. For millions, maybe billions who never made it to the first page.
The Power of enough. How much do we need — and why. It's not just about the money; it's also about relationships, sports, growth, ...
I’m writing this piece about the Blogging Toolbox, where I’ll collect the tools I’m using and recommending for new bloggers. But I find myself wasting way too much time discovering fancy new tools. This is stealing from the time I could be creating content. So here’s
Here’s how yesterday went: I got up before 5 am, and engaged in my morning routine: Surya namaskar, and then journaling while sipping the Turkish coffee. I got ready and went to my atelier/office at 6 am, the commute time was six minutes. I worked on the new