Our married life has started less than two months ago. We are living together for the bigger part of a year. Boy, what a journey… There is so much cultural detail embedded in each life milestone along the way, and going through one definitely takes a surrealistic air. So many things to process, all at…

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Even without listening to guys like Seth Godin and reading books like Future Shock, one can easily notice the defragmentation of the long career arc in favor of project work. Mobility between jobs increases at a rapid clip, and CV’s are becoming more colorful than ever.

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My fiancé is a fitness machine. He can do his garden variety of impressive stunts, and looks like a freaking roman statue. Me? I am different in many ways. I like to keep duck-tape solutions in my back pocket. If more can be done with less, I’m game.

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If you try and make a graphic sketch of all the months in your life, you will quickly come to realize that one month is a very short time frame. Perception changes dramatically when you see small and insignificant squares aligned next to one another, but for the purpose of this article that’s exactly where I want you to be.

On the other side of the spectrum though, when you look across the trajectory of a person’s life, nothing is being measured by the same units. Years of studying in exchange of a better prospect, relationships that take time to build, and a whole eternity spent on autopilot doing mundane tasks hoping to move your life’s needle in some direction.

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Owning a website about personal improvement and fitness gives you a detached perspective on what people think about, what they like, and where they devote attention to. Marketing and personal interest aside, this observation has a way of captivating me through and through. January, predictably, is a time frame where most of our articles on…

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