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January 2016 Update

One month in, and 2016 is not off to the best start.

In a word, I bit off more than I could chew.  I tried to do too much, filling my days with task after task only to be left with no time, no energy and no motivation to do it again tomorrow.  Within just a few days I basically abandoned everything I set out to do.

I’m perhaps being overly dramatic, but in general, this month has been a failure.  Better luck in February.  Here, let me categorize in depth each one of my failings. Continue reading

The Ideal Person in More Detail: The Physical Side

Yesterday I made a post describing in general terms what an ideal person might look like. I now want to get into more detail, to really analyze these various traits. Today we start with the physical side.

This is pretty simple, really: we want the best body we can have. If our joints and muscles are healthy, if our immune system is strong, if we avoid carrying excess body fat, our lives will be so much richer and easier than if the opposite were the case. Nothing is more important than our health. That said, trying to pin down the ‘best body’ can be murky and subjective, but we can gain some insight I believe by looking at some generalities. Continue reading