MSFX saidWhat you usually choose, Your own goal/target and hard work to achieve it or mix your hobbies in it. Sometimes it make the things delayed
we’re all given the same amount of time per day, 24 hours. It’s up to you to spend them how you like… don’t be a slave to the machine.
I guess I’m fortunate that I don’t have to work insane hours but even if you do that is a choice that you have made. I have goals that I want to achieve, places I want to go and often try and fit work around those goals. Sometimes it does mean I’m still working at 1am but if I had a great day doing something then it’s ok
We all spend FAR too much time looking at screens so lets all go on a London #microadventure
Here’s the idea….
We finish work at 5/6 and we meet at a train station in London at say 6:30/7pm. We ride the rail for maybe an hour, grab some food (pub / takeaway / whatever), climb a hill and camp out under the stars for the night with a view!! All you need is a bivvy bag / tent and a sleeping bag
I did it a week or so ago and it was AWESOME – here are some pics on twitter
We then all get up, jump back on a train and head back in to work, feeling far more alive and energised than the rest of the office! Here is a super cool video of others doing it around London that’ll get you in the mood…
This is all totally inspired by Alastair Humphreys if you want to read more
Sooooo…. who’s interested? If there are a few of us game then we can start talking dates etc If it goes well then we can do another up north If you’re at all interested please post as we might try and do multiple ones AT THE SAME TIME AND SKYPE BETWEEN THEM
an idea for my resolutions : 1. no internet in mobile phone for a month.. it will let me sleep better.. 2. no social media and News Site… 3. no TV
this month resolutions : finding the right time to do all that…haha
sounds like you’re going to go live in a cave for a month