Danny Forest
Just freaking do it, consistently over time => life will be good

Hardships of being with a humanitarian worker

From left to right: me, Nate, Audrey

When Audrey, my wife, left the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) to meet me in Colombia after being apart for six months, I never expected we’d have an argument almost immediately. Sitting on bar stools at a simply decorated Japanese restaurant, I remember her asking me about starting a family.

When I’m drunk, I get (overly?) philosophical

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I don’t know about you, but I have multiple stages of drunkness. At stage one, after a beer or two, I’m just tired. At stage two, after a few more, I’m joyful. At stage three, the furthest I’ve been to, I get philosophical. Like, let’s-discover-the-meaning-of-life kind of philosophical.

What follows…

No, they’re not that easy — because accountability just isn’t easy

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Recently, I signed up for a nearby climbing gym. To help keep me accountable, I decided I would go for a brief period of 30 minutes daily. While this won’t make a pro climber any time soon, it will be enough to create a habit out of it.

Sure enough…

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