Money Can’t Buy Happiness is a Myth

It’s a myth.

The saying “Money can’t buy happiness” is a myth. Maybe if I was feeling highly spiritual and enlightened, then money wouldn’t matter. There are some things that must be bought to get happiness.

Hardcore Stormies Hit The Gym by W__Minshull
Hardcore Stormies Hit The Gym by W__Minshull

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Six-Hour Meeting and Five Hours of Hunger

Meal timing is important to me, especially on work and workout days when my energy highly depends on my food intake. My daily meal plan is usually composed of five to six eggs for breakfast, a protein bar or a protein shake for a snack, BCAA, my pre-workout meal (and sometimes black coffee), my post-workout shake and meal, and a snack before bedtime. It took some time to find the set-up that works for me and it is now my routine. When my team leader at the office sent a meeting invite for a five-hour peer code review, I knew I had a challenge in my hands. Continue reading Six-Hour Meeting and Five Hours of Hunger

Why “I Don’t Have Time” is Crap by Von Blanco Fitness

In my previous post, I talked about time and priority.

If I tell you, “Time”, you reply back with “Priority”. If I say to you, “Priority”, you respond back with “Time”. The two goes hand in hand, never one without the other. If it doesn’t for you, then you’re doing it wrong.

One of the fitness websites I follow, Von Blanco Fitness, had a related article titled “Why “I Don’t Have Time” Is Crap (And What The Real Truth Is)“. Go ahead and read it. Then read his other articles some more.

Or you can go directly to http://vonblancofitness.com/.


Featured image: Travelling through Time and diving into my Universe… by Cyril Rana – https://www.flickr.com/photos/retrogui_photos/7732128094

Your Problem is Not Your Time, It’s Your Priority

Time, aside from love, is one of the priceless and most valuable gifts we can both give and receive, not only for others but also for ourselves. Most people do not realize how much power they have over their own time, and so come the excuses such as “I’m busy”, “I don’t have the time”, or “My schedule is full”. With the power of time also comes priority.

If I tell you, “Time”, you reply back with “Priority”. If I say to you, “Priority”, you respond back with “Time”. The two goes hand in hand, never one without the other. If it doesn’t for you, then you’re doing it wrong. Continue reading Your Problem is Not Your Time, It’s Your Priority