This post is part of a series detailing my experience with Damn Early Days (more on that here) and what I’ve learnt attempting to wake up really damn early every day.
We learn by doing. You can read as many recipe books as you want, but you’ll never learn how to bake a pie until you get in the kitchen and start making mistakes. Along that same vein, my first round of DEDs was a masterclass in self-forgiveness and non-judgement. Continue reading
And like most people who aren’t keen on waking up before dawn, I believe that mornings are best spent in bed, under the sheets, far, far away from loud noises and bright lights. So why have I made it my mission to wake up at 5:30 am for the foreseeable future (even when I have no commitments that would otherwise require me to get out of bed at such an ungodly hour)? Easy, it’s because I am not a morning person. Continue reading
I came across a series of New Year’s wishes by author Neil Gaimen as I was doing my daily Calm meditation on New Year’s day. They go something like this: Continue reading