Cycling around Iceland – Part 1

I know there haven’t been much articles posted in the last 5 weeks, but that’s because I went to cycle around Iceland. This is the first of a series of articles that will describe the trip but also help me reflect on it. I will be posting the days one at a time more as a personal diary and a future reference, but also for anyone who is interested to follow. Continue reading

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Happiness

The most common way to think about happiness is of the feeling we have when we are smiling and laughing, however there is more to it. Happiness is the sense of contentment with the mind, when we are at peace with it. And this doesn’t have to depend on the external circumstances being favourable, funny or happy. We have the opportunity to experience it regardless of those external forces. Continue reading

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Sublime Text 3 most powerful shortcuts

If you are just starting with Sublime or are a long-time user, you can still benefit hugely from getting to know the shortcuts. For me Photoshop is a software I cannot use without a keyboard, and Sublime being a text editor can be deceivingly simple. The interface is extremely clean but it has incredibly powerful hidden functionalities and they are available through shortcuts. Continue reading

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Are you comfy?

Think about it well. What is the most difficult thing in your day, is it that you don’t like how your blankets match the pillows, or which clothes to put on in the morning? That classifies in what I would call a comfy settling. That’s good, but you just need to be aware of it and to know that it means you are not working towards a change. Change always comes with difficulty and discomfort, with some sort of struggle. Continue reading

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