Topic - Ideas to improve our lives

Back to topics Threads View 37 followers

  343d
What is 'improved' anyway?
  325d
That definition is primarily subjective, but rooted in natural law
  325d
Regarding the rice discussion above, there is a world of difference between white "polished" rice which is what most people eat today and whole grain "unpolished" rice.
  325d
My advice would be avoid white rice, but not whole grain rice, which is what they ate in the past (so the argument of the past feels irrelevant to me).
  325d
"Subjecting yourself to self-imposed discipline is the shortest way to increase the quality of your existence, period". From this guy:
  307d
Just try quinoa!
  307d
Quinoa is good too. So is lots of other foods, like beans.
  137d
Review your contracts (internet, phone, electricity, gas, insurance, etc.) #saving #money
  136d
  92d
Greetings!
  92d
When purchasing food, one factor to consider when comparing products apart from taste, texture, etc. is unit price. The lower it is, the more you get for your money. #MondayMemo
  85d
To extend the useful lifespan of your computer, consider installing a lightweight Linux distribution. If you still need Windows occasionally, make a dual-boot setup. #MondayMemo
  78d
When paying with cash, take all the change you get, no matter how small, and deduct some for tips if desired. You lose money whenever you leave change on the counter. #MondayMemo
  71d
When saving, it helps to have a goal you wish to achieve. For some, it might be material, like acquiring a home, or it can be abstract, like financial independence. #MondayMemo
  70d
  64d
It's good to take a break from social media every now and then. One can get so carried away focusing on others' lives and problems that they overlook their own. #MondayMemo
  57d
When looking for a job, even an odd one (no pun intended), consider one you find comfortable doing for hours at a time. #MondayMemo
  50d
Avoid taking out mortgages and using credit cards when possible. You might feel free at first, but when the bills come pouring in, you'll realize you aren't free. #MondayMemo
  43d
To avoid destructive habits, you need to avoid opportunities to engage in them. This strategy works only if you're occupied by work or self-improvement in general. #MondayMemo
  36d
Being a person of value involves learning from mistakes and making the most of your station in life. Use your failures to guide you toward success. #MondayMemo
  26d
Lift to get huge and strong. If you’re muscular and strong and a friend asks you to help them move, you can tell them to ask someone else and they won’t argue.
  18d
Suggestions for fighting depression; what do you do to keep your head above water?
  15d
Teach those who are willing to learn. There is no point in teaching those who do not even care to listen, as it will cost you time and nerves while yielding nothing. #MondayMemo
  8d
Make an effort to reciprocate favors someone does for you. For instance, if someone got you out of debt or other trouble, then help them or someone else do the same. #MondayMemo
  8d
Ignore all tokens, ICOs and other pretend value items in the Bitcoin space, and you will have far less scams to have to deal with
  1d
Not giving up applies especially if you have a good idea, such as for a project. If you give up, someone else will capitalize on your idea and succeed. #MondayMemo