It’s hard to know what you will like or prefer 5, 10, or 20 years from now because you are a living being in constant change and development. Sometimes it’s better to just know where you don’t want to go or where you don’t want to go again. Think about jobs, relationships, habits, and so on. Don’t stress if you don’t know exactly where you’re heading, especially if you’re young. Go out and experiment, and get an education on living. John Lennon’s famous quote rings true: “Life is what happens when you’re busy making other plans.” Maybe not knowing exactly where you’re heading is actually a virtue that takes the pressure off and allows you to be free to explore and open to serendipity. You don’t need to stick to the script; improvise. Spontaneity brings out the best in you and fills your journey with excitement.
- You’ve been getting self-care all wrong. It’s a political act and always has been. A brief history of self-care, and the OG (Original Guru), Socrates. | Mashable
- Why the Model T was Henry Ford’s epic poem. Anything, good or bad, about Henry Ford can be contradicted — except his ambition and his work. | Big Think
- Why do we so consistently underestimate progress? Three reasons why a radically better future is more likely than we think. | The Progress Network
- Earlier this week: Choosing The Best when faced with a set of good options.