100 Days to Offload: Day 17
I just read an excellent article over on The Correspondent about how repetition is a lot more important than new experiences.
It reminded me of the concept of depth years, where you spend a whole year not starting anything new or acquire any new possessions you don't need.
I'm definitely the kind of person that is always chasing new experiences and wanting to learn new things. I think there could be massive value in slowing down, focusing on what I already have and what I'm already doing.
It doesn't even have to be a whole year. CGP Grey and Myke Hurley's Theme System talks about choosing seasonal themes, so I could do a depth season instead.
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