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Life Designed: Aging, Problems, Redesign & Questions

Last weekend I spent hours retouching my blog. I updated fonts, colors, and menus to make it easier f
Life Designed: Aging, Problems, Redesign & Questions
By Tomas Laurinavicius • Issue #31 • View online
Last weekend I spent hours retouching my blog. I updated fonts, colors, and menus to make it easier for you to navigate and read. What do you think?
Thank you for the first paid supporters of Life Designed! With your help, I’ll be able to keep pushing this newsletter and helping more people design better lives. I won’t let you down.
Welcome to another edition of Life Designed where I share the knowledge and resources to help you live better.

You’ll get old, s0oner or later, but you already know that. What you may not know is how to preserve the quality of life until your last breath. This dense guide by The New York Times will show you exactly how to eat, move, think, connect and live well.
While you can’t control your age, you can slow the decline of aging with smart choices along the way. From the foods you eat and how you exercise to your friendships and retirement goals — it all has an effect on how fast or slow your body ages.
Sometimes it seems like there are more problems than time. But it’s rarely true. Intentionally pick your problems so you don’t get lost in the minutiae. This tool lets you compare problems and find the best one to solve, good for business but can be used for personal use as well.
Page not found! You’ve seen these many times and most of the time it leaves you disappointed. If you have a website, use one of these trendy, ready to use images for your 404 page.
 A simple directory of minimal and useful single-purpose apps. I found some interesting ones.
How do you get to the next level in life? It’s a question that makes you think. Sadly, not many people bother to ask thought provoking questions.
I think that when we know that we actually do live in uncertainty, then we ought to admit it; it is of great value to realize that we do not know the answers to different questions. This attitude of mind – this attitude of uncertainty – is vital to the scientist, and it is this attitude of mind which the student must first acquire. – Richard P. Feynman
Here’s my collection of questions that will make you think about life and how to get to the next level. There’s always another level.
If you click only on one link in this newsletter, click on this one and watch this 3-minute video. If you like it and want more, here’s a Spotify playlist of Alan Watts talks.
Justin Jackson shares his lifestyle freedom journey. It’s slow but rewarding.
Have you ever seen a painter use a scaffold? It’s a ladder you construct to get from ground level up to the elevation you want to be. Getting freedom from your job is similar. You figure out how to build a scaffold, and get yourself closer and closer to your goal.
Stitch is a creative production platform that allows you to centralize budgeting, scheduling, and talent management, and unlock valuable data insights into your creative workflows.
Josh Spector shares six ways to adopt a millionaire’s mindset and live abundantly. No bullshit, just interesting ideas.
You don’t need to be a millionaire to live like one. That’s because a millionaire lifestyle isn’t actually about material items — it’s an operating system for life.
Nathan Barry shows you how to grow your brand by curating stuff. This is exactly what I do with Life Designed. If you want to start your own newsletter, try Revue for free.
When you focus on curating content from other creators you are able to start building an audience without the burden of creating everything yourself. Then you have full control and can slowly work in your own content as you become more comfortable creating it.
Making money online is possible but don’t think it’s quick and easy. Most of the people trying to make a quick buck by overpromising and underdelivering. This article, shares ideas to make money online, your job is to figure out what’s the best one to pursue.
Your mentality plays a large part in your success rate here. If you’re serious about it, and are committed to making it work no matter what, you’ll likely see at least some form of success.
Tequila. Jalisco. Mexico.
Tequila. Jalisco. Mexico.
Food for Thought
“Already thousands of years ago philosophers realised that there is no way to prove conclusively that anyone other than oneself has a mind.” – Yuval Noah Harari
“They say pressure is the first ingredient for making mistakes.” –Tim Tigner
“There were things I wanted to tell him. But I knew they would hurt him. So I buried them, and let them hurt me.” – Jonathan Safran Foer
“You forget what you want to remember, and you remember what you want to forget.” – Cormac McCarthy
“Even Nobel laureates in economics make only a tiny fraction of their decisions using pen, paper and calculator; 99 per cent of our decisions – including the most important life choices concerning spouses, careers and habitats – are made by the highly refined algorithms we call sensations, emotions and desires.” – Yuval Noah Harari
⏰ Time: 10:09
🎧 Listening: Clash DJ Mix - Icarus
📖 Reading: Homo Deus by Yuval Noah Harari
🍿 Watching: Murder Mystery
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