bits of unsolicited advice

I recently read Kevin Kelly’s Excellent Advice for Living’ and liked the following pieces of wisdom:

The perfect kind of art to display in your home are odd pieces that a child is unlikely to forget

Tend to the small things. More people are defeated by blisters than by mountains

To learn from your mistakes first laugh at your mistakes

And my personal favourite:

Learn how to take a 20-minute power nap without embarrasment

This post was written by Finn Ellis-Whitty based on an initial prompt from Simon Ellis.

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