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Simply Good Life - Are You Emotionally Healthy | How To Make Important Decisions
By Adam Egger • Issue #49 • View online
Hi all, here are my 5 Friday Finds. I especially like the emotional health test below. I seem to be emotionally stable :-) 

How to Make Important Decisions
Here’s a great framework Jeff Bezos uses to make important decisions. I like it a lot: 
  1. Project your life forward to age 80 or 90. 
  2. Consider which path will lead to the fewest regrets. 
  3. Choose accordingly.
What Does Your Browser Tell About You
Visit Webkay to see what any website you visit knows about you. So your browser sends your location (often your exact geo coordinates), the device you are using, even your social media accounts that you are logged in to, and much more. This website also tells you how to prevent these information leaks. 
Will Short Hair Look Good on You?
If you’ve never had short hair, you might wonder whether short hair would look good on you. Here’s an easy way to figure it out: the 5 cm / 2.25 inch rule.
Are You Emotionally Healthy?
Emotional health is defined by four markers: our degree of self-love, of openness, of communication and of trust. Watch this great “School of Life” film and answer the questions to find out your level of emotional health.
How Emotionally Healthy Are You? - YouTube
How Emotionally Healthy Are You? - YouTube
Quote I Love
The best way to live a miserable life is to pay attention to what other people are saying about you.Paolo Coelho
Do you pay attention to what other people are saying about you? What do you think are good ways not to pay attention to what others say? Anything that has worked for you?
Have a wonderful weekend friends!
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