Why I’m staying with Node
First and foremost, a big hat-tip to T.J. for announcing his ground-breaking news and farewell to Node.js in favor of using Go. When someone fights with something…
Unfortunately I fell for the clickbate headline. It set an unoriginal tone in my body, so much for me to want to write a snarky tweet about it.
But now that that’s behind me, this is great advice in general. I wouldn’t change my 20's, but I whole heartedly agree with the premise of working hard, following your dreams, and learning from failing.
Wow — thank you for writing this! Without a doubt I have the same “problem” (I wouldn’t call it that though (I don’t think you did either)). I have a bad case of imposter syndrome so hearing someone else say they love to write, but could really care less about reading; it honestly made my heart skip a beat. Not sure why I used a semi-colon back there.
I can almost hear the grinding of your teeth as you say “I did not get raped”
I cannot speak to what it’s like to be raped, or the other standard behaviors that need to technically happen to call it that — but what you’ve gone through feels much worse, yet I can’t say that either.
But what does it matter? Abuse is abuse, they don’t need to be compared. I am sorry for what you’ve went through, and you are brave for telling your story.
They must be great friends if this is the type of thing you’re into. It’s no secret that you’re secretly into it :)
As for me, I don’t mind being called out, but I won’t have any problem telling someone to just shut up and enjoy the drinks. Seeing an attractive person doesn’t need to be over-analyzed, but it’s apparent that you and the company you’re with enjoy this analyzation as a type of game…
I generally call B.S. on statements of why I should be a morning person because you’re making faulty generalizations based on a bias set of a few successful people who happen to wake up early.
It also assumes “success” is the outcome of waking up early. When in reality — it’s the hard work they put in.
If you want to tie anything to success related to daily human ritual, you…
And his cousin, whom we shall not name, wakes up at 1pm, wasted from a night of disrupting, like hard, goes to a Starbucks, ironically non-ironically, selling used-non-vegan furniture next to Jed’s start-up apartment.
But we cannot go on about this as we’ve already given too much information about Jed’s cousin.
This all seems pretty intense and a little too “self-helpy”.
I will always value sleep over getting up at 8am — and when faced with the two (exercise vs sleep), sleep always wins.
Meditating and praying seems boring and generally a waste of time, at least for some people (like me).
Listening to motivating music is not always an option when living with someone…