I’ve been reading Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki, and one insight of his really stood out to me today: “Yet deep down they know they are avoiding something important. That’s the most common form of laziness: laziness by staying busy.” – Robert Kiyosaki
… until the end of summer.
… but never exactly as we had imagined.
This weekend I was en route to the Brooklyn Mirage with a friend in an Uber when we started chatting about our ideal lives. I realized that, recently, I haven’t been thinking about the end game. I forgot the importance of needing to imagine (lots, and lots of times) that vivid ideal life in order […]
Is there a song you always go back to, no matter how long it’s been? For me, it’s “Angels” by the xx. “Angels” takes me down a memory lane of dewy cobblestoned sidewalks, dimly lit streets, and a second-floor living room with an oversized window. It takes me to muffled conversations held under the moonlight, […]