Have you ever wondered how many events occur within a single moment? Technically, this would encompass all of the movements, chemical processes, thoughts, and precise locations of atoms and sub-atomic particles.
We could say the answer depends on the vastness of the Universe or Multiverse.
You were with me in 2010 when I started a wonky podcast called This Week in Paleo. I was sure no one would listen, but I always loved radio and figured I would at least learn something. I might even end up with a few recordings that I could give my children when they were older, I thought. But not only did you listen, you inspired me to continue and improve.
I first “cut the cord” over 10 years ago, and I’ve never regretted that decision. In case you haven’t heard that phrase before, I’m referring to severing the umbilical between the home and the cable TV company.
If you’ve been thinking about cutting the cord, maybe my experience can help you a bit. And feel free to ask questions in the comments.
It can be tempting to believe: if something is good for me, more must be better. Sometimes it’s downright automatic in our thought processes. Even if we grasp the fallacy, we may still fail to recognize when we are thinking this way.
“If it’s worth doing, it’s worth overdoing.”
― Ayn Rand
There’s something that feels good about taking care of your belongings.
The time and money are well spent, because good maintenance leads to less waste, fewer breakdowns, lower cost of ownership, lasting beauty, longevity, and higher satisfaction.
Yet, when it comes to taking care of ourselves, 70% of our diet consists of processed foods.
This isn’t a trick question: Why have pharmaceutical companies spent $20 billion marketing their drugs directly to consumers over the last 5 years?
Answer: Because marketing works.
Paint-by-number kits were invented back in 1951 by Max Klein and Dan Robbins. Klein was an engineer and owner of The Palmer Paint Company; Robbins a commercial artist. They went on to sell 12 million kits under the Craft Master brand by promising, ‘A beautiful oil painting the first time you try.’
According to the Paint-by-Numbers Museum:
Have you heard about the new Miyazaki world record?
No, not that Miyazaki. The other one, Hidekichi Miyazaki. He’s the quick one.
He recently set an official world record for the 100-meter sprint.