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I recently read Mini Habits by Stephen Guise (again), and I’m fascinated with the results I had just by implementing the strategies he teaches us in the book.

As a recovering perfectionist, I tend to reach for the moon in terms of my daily habits and discipline in maintaining them. And there’s nothing wrong with that, except human beings are not perfect. Sadly I will not be the first haha.

But it’s unreal to expect to be fired up every single day and hope that day will turn out exactly how you planned it. …


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I sometimes feel as if I should be a part of a particular support group. Like: “Hi, my name is Nat, and it’s been two days since my energy was low.”

Because I’ve been struggling with low energy forever if I’m being perfectly honest, but I’ve only been truly aware of it for the past few years.

If you are a woman, you probably feel this during a particular time of the month, and you should know it’s perfectly normal. I don’t want to get too scientific about it but, as I understand it, our progesterone levels get higher, and…


I have no problem with rereading a book I love. And this was the fourth time I read Call Me By Your Name, by André Aciman and someone asked me: “Why would you read the same book four times?”.

So I decided to write this post to share my thought on the matter.

How would you like to live in the 1980s, Italy, summertime? We meet Elio, a 17-year old boy, who spends his time reading and studying music. …

Nat Barcellini

Teaching and sharing knowledge is my purpose, and ultimately I want to connect with people on a deeper level through writing.

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