There is no right way

…every piece of advice is a starting point, a proposition for you to say “Yes” or “No” to. And each piece is only useful in that it gets you to take action, while soothing negative emotion and minimizing risk.

You figure out your own way by constantly starting and adapting. Everything is a new starting point for you to try and keep, or to try and discard.

Other people’s rules or principles are good, but creating your own for yourself is better.

The Right Way Fallacy, Herbert Liu

It’s terribly easy to sit back and look up things on the internet for inspiration, instead of just doing something, anything.

I’ve been trying to get one blog post per weekend done, in order to jump start my habit. Instead, Herbert suggests I should try 15 minutes a day.