Reminds me of one of my favorite quotes attributed to St. I like that your take is a bit more holistic. Great post, as always. This reminded me of the book The Paradox of Choice that I read a few years ago. We live in a time of nearly unlimited options and this leads to analysis paralysis. Depending on the choice, more research can be a good thing or it can lead to unending anxiety in trying to make the best or right decision. He talks about maximizers vs. One day his horse ran away. Upon hearing the news, his neighbors came to visit. The next morning the horse returned, bringing with it three other wild horses.
The following day, his son tried to ride one of the untamed horses, was thrown, and broke his leg.
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No matter what happens, we are always facing an endless and largely unpredictable web of consequences, so it makes sense to keep a measure of agnosticism about whether a particular development is good or bad. Just before we left my grandmas house to return home my dad started eating an orange and starting another conversation.
At the time i remember thinking… oh dad… we need to get home. On the way home we missed being hit by the boeing airoplane that came down onto the motorway by an orange and a rambling conversation. When i make a wrong turn i Always say to myself… how do i know that i havent just missed a car crash by going the supposed right way. Thank you for shedding some much needed wisdom on the topic. I made a poor printer choice. I admit it. I needed a printer and went to the store.
One particular model was deeply discounted. It had all the functionality I wanted.
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It drew me in. I had to develop workarounds to do even the simplest tasks. On top of that, the toner cartridges were pitifully small and very expensive. After I while I finally brought myself to google the brand and saw some amazon reviews … this device was universally hated. After a couple of years of dealing with this, it finally defied me for the last time.
In a fit of overdue rage, I went Office Space on that thing. I took it outside and threw it up in the air as high as I could on my driveway my wife cheering me on. It landed with a very satisfying crash. I grabbed a baseball bat and beat what was left of it into oblivion. It may have started out as a bad decision to buy that thing, but in the end, I think of that day often with great fondness. Bad decision, great memories. Hi Dave. I read your blog all the time since you mentioned you were writing it when we had our class reunion last year or whenever it was.
I have to say man, I enjoy every article you post and I always look forward to reading the next one! I will continue to follow my bliss. I think you have great taste that suits mine, so can you give me recommendation for other self improvement related blogs or authors which are not listed on your blog roll. Love from London :. The decisions seem overwhelming. Live on the coast or in the woods? Traditional Cape Cod or something more rustic, or contemporary, or older, or newer, or.
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But looking at the available homes and agonizing over which would be best and trying to pack and work and find a new home, I realized that anywhere my husband and I were together would be the right home. We will choose together and it will just be, well, home, And the right home. The person you used to be still tells you what to do How to walk across a parking lot Recent comments Just found your blog today, and I'm enjoying reading your posts! I am glad you are returning to the old-school free-form style of blogging. I've missed that type of blogging, but I feel there is hope, and things are coming full-circle because I'm seeing other bloggers who started spending more Reading an actual book can be a supreme pleasure.
Even the colour of the paper and the kind of font make the reading more fun sometimes. Playing an instrument - getting at the pressure and tension and the weight of playing it, and wrestling with learning - is one of these Any other actual BOOK readers out there? Not e-books, paper books, you know, like from the library?
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That's just one of my old school habits, reading on a kindle or whatever device, feels too much like being at work and it is not enjoyable, real paper, the weight of I completely agree! The act of driving a car has become secondary to gadgets and cup holders! I still drive a manual transmission but it is getting harder to find them in cars. I miss my old Alfa and VW as you could fix them yourself and you Taking up crafts and age old skills like knitting and sewing, wood working, metal smithing, etc. Making art is also very good for the soul as is volunteering or reading to children or the elderly.
Letter writing is Each time I read or listen I take something from it that I can put to use right then and there. The reviews are glowing. There Is No Right Decision.
Recently I was exposed to a brilliant idea: there are no right decisions. B July 15, at pm I used to over-analyze every purchase too. That is such a tough one. I hope the perspective in this post is helpful. Best wishes to you. Lovely post. Thank you David. Thank you, again, for another insightful post.
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Do children ever play with different age groups? What is the ratio of teachers to children? What kind of tech do you use in the classroom, if any? Are parents allowed to sit in on the classroom? Is there a curriculum that you follow by age? Is there a set schedule by age? How often do the children go outside? Can you send your own food?
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Are there any restrictions? What is the age range of children you have cared for? What is your favorite age to care for, and why? Have you cared for more than one child at a time? Have you helped to sleep train babies before?
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