When I’m traveling with the train, I often see many people smoking at the train station. I find that very disgusting! Why are people wasting their health like this? I’m very thankful for my health, many are not so blessed. I always try to live a healthy life. I eat almost no meat, I mostly eat organic food, I do sports multiple times a week and I avoid alcohol. My motivation for this is, that I care about my health.
This article is about something I already have in my mind for quite some time. It’s about the importance of education. Some people think, education is unnecessary, the only important thing is practice. But in my opinion you need education and the theoretical background for getting better practice. — jlelse (@jlelse) 11. April 2018 A few days ago, I tweeted this sentences. I think education and the theoretical background are also very important but often neglected.
I like podcasts. I really like podcasts. But it’s only a few days since I rediscovered how much I like them. Like a week ago my friend Zan started his own podcast (together with another guy). Because I follow his work I also listened to the first two episodes. Their podcast is called “Pocket Friend” and they talk about all things mobile. A topic I’m really interested in. Also one of my favorite YouTubers recently started podcasting.
I’m one of those people who are too cheap for many things. No new expensive cell phone, no new fast PC or laptop and no party every weekend. I just don’t want to spend so much money on one thing if it doesn’t make my life somehow better. Should I work for half a year to buy the latest MacBook, which I don’t need the computing power? I have a laptop that is older and an entry-level device, but it’s definitely enough to compile apps and complete my daily tasks.
Maybe I’m getting paranoid right now, or maybe I’m going into some sort of social media detox. After deleting my Facebook account some time ago and saying goodbye to Snapchat, I also deleted my reddit account. Why? That’s what I’m telling you here… Over the last few months, I’ve learned a lot. Among other things, social media is designed to steal our time. To seduce us, to waste our time with nonsense that doesn’t make us any smarter, more experienced or otherwise better, instead of doing something that will help us progress.