I was out being educated on Occupational Safety and was told about swiss cheese model. The model seemed both hilarious and usable, so I'll try to apply it to stress resistance.
This is Norwegian cheese. It doesn't have holes, but it's really odd.
There's slices of swiss cheese, with holes in them. The slices are . . .
I'm happy to announce that my stress journal is going well. I'm both getting down daily entries on my stress level (which is nice) and the levels are steadily and rapidly going down (which is great). The bad news is, then I got a horrible flu.
That's the way it goes, isn't it? First you have stress and then once you've . . .
How's it going?
Around 45+ meditation sessions behind me. It's turning into a proper habit.
There's still no major transcendence in sight, but the meditation itself is rewarding. I tend to get lots of good ideas while meditating, though I also seem to forget quite a lot of those. It's a bit like dreaming. If you dream early during the night and . . .
How to stick to good habits when the going gets tough?
After first nine days of September, I really need this post. Not only because writing this in less than 1,5 hours will save a Beeminder goal from failing, but also because I need the content itself. This hectic time is playing merry hell with Hacked Man on all fronts.
It's busy. What should you do?
As with solving any problems, I start . . .
I've had pretty intense one and a half weeks. Fall has started with a bang and everything has picked up at work, at home and everywhere. Here's a report on the busy period and what it meant considering Hacked Man.
Hard stuff gets harder
I've had huge trouble keeping up reality checks even after I thought up the behaviour hook. . . .
How to make maintenance bearable?
I have a slight difficulties sticking to routines and stuff I already know how to do. Learning new things and planning how to pull them off and designing the processes is interesting. Actually following the process afterwards is not so great.
I'm at the point where Hacked Man is reaching that "this is getting old" -point. . . .
I'm running out of stuff to try. I had in mind a bunch of things to test at the beginning of Hacked Man, but I've sort of done those already. Time to think up something.
Why do I need new stuff?
Firstly, I can't have tried all the interesting and new things out there. There's bound to be lots of effective and mind-blowing . . .