The Rule of Three

The Rule of Three

Today was a day filled with baby animals, of all species and sizes. Every year, the Norwegian Kings farm, Kongsgården, releases all the cows into the open fields for the summer pastures. It’s an event marked by showing off all the lovely animals at the farm, farmers markets...

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Time tracking productivity boost

Time tracking productivity boost

Yesterday, I listened to the newest episode of CGP Grey and Myke Hurley’s podcast Cortex. In this episode, they talked about Toggl, which is a fairly easy and efficient time tracker website/app. As of writing this, I haven’t yet familiarized myself with all its functions, but...

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Making time for deep work

Making time for deep work

Now that we’re off from uni for the holidays, I can’t really update you on what we’re doing at school lately (not that I’ve been sticking to the Sunday=weekly summary plan religiously). Therefore, I want to write about finding time for deep work during...

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How to stay motivated – on grit and stick-to-itiveness

How to stay motivated – on grit and stick-to-itiveness

Motivation is a lie. It’s a fleeting, unreliable source of energy, spurred on by whims in the middle of the night, or arbitrary dates like new-years-eve, or Mondays. This summer I vowed to build a bunch of nightstands and side tables after binge-watching about 50 “how it’s made” videos, and this guy on YouTube. Do you want to know how much carpentry I did this summer? You guessed it, none.

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Some more resources

Some more resources

The blog post on how to ace difficult subjects is going to have to wait, as the seniors pranked us today, and threw us a huge party. I’m pretty sure that I’m not allowed to tell what happened there, so therefore I’m just going to link you some of my favourite video resources.

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