(I’m on a Chinese bus tour of national parks with my parents. This will likely be hilarious, so I promised many people I’d blog about it)
My very first thought is that in a week I will have very unique pronunciation, between our tour guide Ken and the Europeans on this bus with us.
My mother has already grilled me on what I packed and my failing relationship. Then she told me that she’s unable to operate a stairmaster and she’s not going to try because she saw a young guy puffing after 5 minutes.
“Do less. Most people try to do too much. They fill life with checklists, and try to crank out tasks as if they were widget machines. Throw out the checklists and just figure out what’s important. Stop being a machine and focus on what you love. Do it lovingly.”—38 Life Lessons I’ve Learned in 38 Years | zen habits