Do or don’t. Avoid should.
To become a minimalist, help a friend move.
Are you preparing or are you procrastinating?
Aim for five good friends.
Be rational with yourself and with the irrationality of others.
As soon as you wake up, get outside. Even if it’s overcast, you need the sun’s rays.
The more insecure you are about your decisions, the more you talk about them.
With non-fiction, be wary of new books. Their usefulness lies mostly in the old books they cite at the end.
The problem with giving advice is that people listen.
Structure gives us freedom.