• Learning Math

    I want to learn more maths. But why? Well I don’t want to ever be limited by something being to difficult for me to understand. I want to be able to grasp anything. Be it quantum physics or a complicated algorithm or the reasoning flaws in a scientific paper. How can I achieve this? First…

  • Coffee

    I recently tried to reduce the amount of coffee I’m drinking. The reason was that I felt that my sleep quality was deteriorating. And that was validated by the data from my Garmin watch. I thought that the coffee I’m drinking could be a likely culprit. The experiment lasted for just 3 weeks and now…

  • Working Out Almost Every Day For Mood

    I tried working out every day for a month. How did it go? I found that my mood improved, but that the cutoff was at about 5-6 workouts per week. After that the marginal gain of adding another session felt negligible at best and negative at worst. Also, allowing for 1-2 days off per week…

  • Working Out Every Day

    The next thing I want to try in terms of workout is working out every day. The point of this is to elevate mood and happiness. I believe it might also be helpful for cognitive function. To avoid injury I will vary the workouts. I’ll be alternating between strength training and cardio. And within these…

  • Working Out For Mood, Health And Happiness

    I was just back at the gym after a 1.5 week break due to a cold. I’ve now stopped using the 4 hour body protocol by the book. However, I’m evolving it to fit my preferences. I liked the fact that the protocol from the book endorses going to failure in the sets. This is…

  • Using the Long Term to Motivate Yourself

    Sometimes it can be hard to find motivation to do things. For example, going to the gym, building that thing you’ve been thinking about or something else that can be beneficial for the future. Something I find is an easy way to increase my motivation to do longer term beneficial things is to zoom out…