My last published habits checklist was for September 30th to November 3rd. So it’s been two month since I’ve shared.
France. Peugeot reaches the top while market drops 6.5%
Monday March 09, 2020
French vehicle market in 2020 has embarked on a negative path. Indeed, in Year-to-date figures in February have been 306.670, down 6.5% from last year. Peugeot finally conquered the market throne, outpacing the historic leader Renault. Nissan reports the best top 15 performance, surging 20.7%.The post France. Peugeot reaches the top while market drops 6.5% […]
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Basically startup life got in the way. Travel got in the way. And my own sloppiness got in the way. I stopped tracking consistently. I stopped doing a lot of habits.
TÌM HIỂU CÁC LỖI THƯỜNG GẶP ĐỐI VỚI Ô TÔ ĐỜI MỚI
Tuesday November 26, 2019
Đối với những xe đời mới như hiện nay việc sửa chữa ô tô không đơn thuần chỉ là bắt đúng bệnh và sửa chữa dựa vào kinh nghiệm thông thường. Trên thực tế, để không mất thời gian mày mò sửa chữa cũng như bắt sai bệnh dẫn đến tình trạng tiền mất tật […]
But since then, since January, things have gotten better. I’ve climbed back on the habits wagon. A semblance of routine has re-appeared. It’s all the basics, which the checklist tries to capture: Exercise. Reading (as a proxy for learning, really). Waking up early. Etc
Here’s to 2020, everyone. Year of the rat, my zodiac. In Chinese tradition it’s supposed to be an especially unlucky year, but it won’t be 🙂
Some quotes I’ve been reflecting on recently (and adding to my Anki flashcards):
Bộ 03 camera hikvison, 2mp, hồng ngoại 20m
Saturday January 04, 2020
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Inside every old person is a young person wondering what happened. -Terry Pratchett
Happiness comes out of self-denial for the good of others.
The primary thing when you take a sword in your hands is your intention to cut the enemy, whatever the means. Whenever you parry, hit, spring, strike or touch the enemy’s cutting sword, you must cut the enemy in the same movement. It is essential to attain this. If you think only of hitting, springing, striking or touching the enemy, you will not be able actually to cut him. – Musashi
Hi! I write about habits and spirituality and random whatevers. Click here to see the daily habits that I track. Find me on Twitter @kgao.