I’m not a consistent person. I fly everywhere, and as a result getting nowhere. Actually this has been the main reason I wanted to do these 4 week experiments. It’s probably the perfect duration: short enough to keep motivated and long enough to form the foundation of a habit.
While the experiments are turning out to be huge improvements in my life, I hardly ever blog about them. And I want to change that. I don’t think I can write about what I’m doing every day, how often do you need to read that taking less sugar has great health benefits, but I’d like to settle on a 3 posts a week routine. I’m sure they’ll be short posts, but hopefully informative or inspiring.
In any case, I’ll continue doing these experiments. Both minimalism and energy have been very successful. I’m currently working on a SaaS (Software as a Service) which I hope to create in 4 weeks. To keep doing these experiments, I’ll reboot my Miracle Morning. Now that I have more energy I’m sure this will be easier and it’ll free up some time for other experiments and for writing.
On a more personal note: I’m very happy this year is over. This year has to be in the top 5 of bad years in my life. With a miscarriage, my father in law’s passing away, and many other lowlights, it’s been pretty rough to say the least. Today I had to help put my mother’s dog to sleep.
Fortunately there’s a highlight to look forward to: my wife and I are expecting our third child in March. Our third boy even, I just can’t make girls.