In a recent New York Times article, journalist Karen Rinaldi ruminated on the benefits of sucking at things:. When I read this article thanks for the heads up, Clare! I basically fist-pumped myself with joy, because there is so much in this idea that I think we need to embrace. This is me when I snowboard. The interesting thing is that once I stopped worrying about my ability and stopped comparing myself unfavourably to the ballers who would rip past me at the top of every run, I began enjoying it a whole lot more. The doing, the playing, the being.
Hate My Job , Life Sucks. Chances are that if you found this post, you are not happy with things. Maybe your job sucks, maybe your your home life sucks, maybe the relationship you are in sucks. Or maybe your life actually does suck! There is no doubt that life can be hard and often overly complicated. And if you want to get more of the same delivered to your inbox, you can join the ETG Community! It just might actually might make you feel good!!
Over the past 15 years, surfing has become a kind of obsession for me. I surf eight months a year. I travel to surf destinations for family vacations and seek forgiving waves in the Atlantic and the Pacific Oceans.
Do you feel out-of-place and lost on a daily basis? Has it become a habit with you to ponder over the meaning of your existence? Well, then there are very good chances that your life sucks.