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How I Prioritize

I‘ve realized that I prioritize in a pretty different way than others. I don‘t know that my way is the best way for everyone, but by sharing it I think I may at least expose a few ideas that will be useful for others. One of my very top priorities is self sufficiency. No

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My Low Monthly Burn Broken Down

I‘ve referenced my potential low monthly burn rate a few times, and people keep asking me questions about it, so I‘m going to go into more detail using real life numbers. It‘s important to note that I don‘t actually spend this little every month, most months, or really e

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The Most Important Daily Task

What‘s the most important thing on which you could spend your time right now? Really think about it, don‘t just keep skimming. Maybe it‘s a work thing, maybe it‘s an errand, maybe it‘s spending time with someone important, maybe it‘s finally starting a new important habi

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Envisioning Your Future

A lot of people don‘t reach their true potential not because they aren‘t capable of it, but because they keep using their actions to go into the wrong directions. Or, even worse, directions that are sort of like the right direction, but just enough degrees off that they

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First Solo Week on the Island

Due to somewhat bungled plans and a cheap flight available to Halifax, I randomly decided to go to the island for a week by myself. Even though the bones of the cabin were pretty much finished by the last time I left, it wasn‘t fully bug or water proof, so I was eager to

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What Other People Think

As I help more people work through their sticking points through coaching, I‘ve noticed that a surprisingly large factor in many peoples‘ lives is how others perceive them. This is largely a foreign experience to me, and I think that it‘s been a great advantage to me to

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You Don‘t Need Permission

I‘ll never forget the first moment I stepped foot on our island. We hadn‘t actually bought it yet, but the seller had agreed to let us camp on it the night before to "test it out". As soon as we saw the island from the boat I knew it was a done deal. But the specific fee

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Alarm Bells

I think that there are few absolute black and white rules which should be followed by everyone. After all, we‘re all different with different priorities and resources. What‘s right for me may not be right for you, and, in fact, what was right for me ten years ago may not

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Thoughts on Materials

I visited my girlfriend‘s new apartment this week and after one night there insisted on getting her cotton sheets to replace the poly-blend sheets she already had. I think she thought I was a little bit nuts, but materials matter a lot to me. And because I‘m more obsesse

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Making Big Decisions Good Decisions

When standing on the precipice of making a big decision, it‘s natural to wonder whether or not you‘re making a mistake. It‘s easy to imagine that each imaginary path through our future leads to an entirely different place, and that by following one the other disappears c

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