SO MUCH TO DO, SO LITTLE LIFE TIME (in a non-stressed, excited for life kind of way) - I feel like I have done a full 360 in the last 2 months, from "find-yourself-traveling" to "let-me-just-die-here-sleeping-burnout" and back to "kill-them-with-entrepreneurship-avocado-fitness-and-meditation-worshiping" only to again realize that the only way to get it ALL done and not to stagnate is to be a human machine 🤖so... am I going to make the same errors again or was this was my "success formula" all along? STAY TUNED TO FIND OUT 🤷🏻♀️. Although, jokes aside I've learned a lot about how I'm going to avoid total collapse again, so I think iteration 2 will be much better. Nonetheless, when you think about it, you're supposed to mediate, eat well, go to the gym, read books, stay up to date with new tech, read articles, kill it at work, socialize, sleep for at least 8 hours, drink water, enjoy a hobby, keep learning, maintain a relationship, walk...the list goes on! I mean...how else to do all this but with a rigorous formula for life? 180717 (edit: if I die prematurely I'm going to be really pissed off).