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  • How to make failure impossible
  • How to practice paying attention
  • Is affiliate marketing ethical?
  • Make new friends for new interests
  • The cause of stress
  • The Complete Calendar: schedule it so you’ll get to it
  • 3 things you should do before you take a mini-retirement
  • How much less do you earn on Fridays?
  • How to respond when you don’t follow through on a habit: three simple steps
  • Win the day with a successful morning routine
  • How to solve (almost) any problem: pay the price
  • The mini-retirement: a safe way to try a different lifestyle
  • The complete guide to setting up OmniFocus for maximum productivity
  • Five ways to regain some balance in your workday
  • Suffering less by changing situations or accepting them
  • Nine ways to save on recurring costs and start investing today
  • What is color blindness?
  • How much sleep is enough?
  • Review: The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck
  • How to form a new habit
  • Spending the night at Starbucks
  • Does your unconscious help you solve problems?
  • Deep work
  • Tracking my sleep and more
  • How I use OmniFocus
  • Your reason isn’t going anywhere
  • On social anxiety
  • Password managers
  • Can you be alone with your thoughts?
  • The importance of contrast
  • What I did week 35, 2016
  • Keeping track of things to do
  • Time, energy, and money
  • How much do you spend on housing?
  • Financial independence: the most neglected way to become happier
  • Showing vulnerability
  • Daytime places
  • The danger of bookstores
  • Why I love breakfast
  • No news is good news
  • Can you do one thing at a time?
  • A plug for LibreOffice
  • What are you not getting around to?
  • Investing in stocks requires hardly any skill and you can do it too
  • Reasons to (not) finish a book
  • Your daily priorities
  • On planning for the future
  • Don’t take the game of life too seriously
  • Life is so much easier when you get enough sleep
  • A plan to let people do what they want
  • Our lives are so luxurious that it’s a problem