Here are my favorite lessons from The Algebra of Happiness.
Category: Pillar II: Psychology
Here is a list of things I’ve learned from James Clear on wealth, health, and happiness.
Here are a few things that I’d tell my 18-year-old self about money and life that I now know at 26.
On using data to debunk common misconceptions people have about money.
How to use alchemy to improve your perceived reality of your financial situation without physically changing the numbers in your bank account.
A 9-5 job offers a natural environment to form a social circle, but I’d argue that you can form a strong social circle without this environment.
Here are 5 reasons why you should start a passion project.
Here is the easiest way to satisfy the feeling of “fernweh,” which is a German word that roughly translates to “the desire to travel.”
Complete freedom can be paralyzing. Fortunately, a daily routine can ensure that you spend time doing the things that matter most.
Here are my three favorite life lessons from the book “How to Do Nothing” by Jenny Odell.
The best way to actually know what things you like doing is to practice self-reflection on a daily basis.
Here is how to use the Jeff Bezos Regret Minimization Framework to make tough life decisions.
Happiness comes from striving towards some destination, not from arriving at the destination.