It took me about 2 1/2 years to fully pay it down! It would have taken longer but in the last two months I grew impatient and used some of my savings to finish it once and for all.
That’s a good question. Recently, someone asked me where I’d like to be in 3 years. I had a hard time answering that question because I constantly see each day as an opportunity to iterate on existing skills and knowledge.
The best example is my loose goal of home ownership. I would like to purchase property at some point…
I agree — sorry about that! Unfortunately some of my posts are published without an extra edit, especially when I’m tired after work. :(
I’ve fixed most of the errors that I saw.
Thanks always for reading.
Thanks for reading! That’s a great suggestion. Depending on the week, my motivation can certainly wane on Mondays. I might consider scheduling meetings on Monday mornings to get me back into the flow of things and then try to hunker down on Monday afternoons. But if there’s anything urgent that I need to tend to…
After trying multiple apps, I realized the problem wasn’t me, it was the fact that these apps weren’t structured in a way that my brain best learns and processes information.
Also, as someone who works best single-tasking, a simple notebook is the perfect analog tool to organize the critical information you need. It’s…
As soon as I shifted from thinking about what my most important task is to how long will each task reasonably take, my productivity substantially increased despite I was “working” the same amount of hours. Let me know how it goes!
Hi AJ, thanks for reading!
I’m actually using the official Bullet Journal, which is made by Leuchtturm1917. It’s absolutely not necessary but I want to directly support Ryder since his method has become pivotal to my workflow. I’m unfamiliar with the Moleskine smart writing system but I assume it makes it easier to transfer…