Experiment: How Bad Can it be?! Trying out Smelly Swedish Surströmming (fermented fish).

————- At the moment, with a lovely little baby at home, it’s easier to check off smaller items on the bucket list than big ones. Trying Surströmming, Swedish fermented fish, was one of those smaller items on my list! 🔸WHAT?Fermented herring, or ‘surströmming’ in Swedish, is best known for its horrible smell. It has theContinue reading “Experiment: How Bad Can it be?! Trying out Smelly Swedish Surströmming (fermented fish).”

Experiment: Stretching Every Day for a Year – Here Are The Results!

It all started with David Goggins book Can’t Hurt Me and Sadhgurus book Inner Engineering. Both books talked about stretching in their own way: .📝 Goggins talks about his muscles being so stiff that it was “like pumping blood through frozen beef” before he started to stretch seriously..📝 Sadhguru talks about how asanas, yogic postures,Continue reading “Experiment: Stretching Every Day for a Year – Here Are The Results!”

Experiment: Trying Hunting

I have had my hunting license since 2000; I never used it! I have made two video games about hunting; I’ve never been out hunting! —— When my father-in-law who is a dedicated hunter realized I had a license lying around then things got real. He became very excited about this and wanted to showContinue reading “Experiment: Trying Hunting”

New Experiment: 60 Days of Non-Resistance

NEW EXPERIMENT 1️⃣WHY? I don’t get annoyed too often but when I do get stingy it is usually due to unexpected events messing up my beloved routines. I have pretty strict routines related to: – Wake up/bed times – Workout – Meditation – Social media usage – Study/reading In life it’s usually not the bigContinue reading “New Experiment: 60 Days of Non-Resistance”

Quit or Persist? Know When NOT to Quit a Book.

Since many of us don’t read for pleasure only we should be careful not to discard a book because it’s not a thrilling rollercoasters ride. Some books I struggled with—that bored me or overwhelmed me— also gave me valuable insights and context for understanding the world and human nature. Consult your ‘Why’ before you discardContinue reading “Quit or Persist? Know When NOT to Quit a Book.”

Lab Report: Meditation -The First 6 Months

“If you continue to this simple practice everyday you will attain a wonderful power. Before you attain it, it is something wonderful, but after you attain it, it is nothing special.” – Zen Mind, Beginner’s Mind, Shunryu Suzuki The Lab Report – 008 – “Meditation: The First 6 Month” For me these first 6 monthsContinue reading “Lab Report: Meditation -The First 6 Months”

Lab Report: Quitting the News

“If you get your view of the world from the news, you’re always going to think that we’re living in violent times.” – Steven Pinker What’s the message of the mainstream media? Be afraid! Stay inside! Out there are Isis, the 1% staling your money and clowns! No wonder we feel anxious and afraid evenContinue reading “Lab Report: Quitting the News”

Lab Report: Growing a Beard

I really like to try new things. actually, I originally started this site to be mainly about different small experiments I conduct (Reading a more books where one of there experiments. I guess that one stuck with me 😂). Here we go: The Lab Report – 001 – “Beards” Growing a full beard is somethingContinue reading “Lab Report: Growing a Beard”

Lab Report: Optimized Breakfast

About 18 percent of males and 13 percent of females in my age group are breakfast skippers (NPD 2011). I was one of those crazy people back in the day. The list of benefits for eating breakfasts are overwhelming (and too long to be listed here.) and you have not heard the end of theContinue reading “Lab Report: Optimized Breakfast”

Lab Report: The Sock Experiment.

The Lab Report – 003 – “Socks Sucks”: The motto is that you are not allowed to complain about not having “enough time” until you have certain systems in place that removes unnecessary complexity. Ones those are in place, then at least you have tried your best – And automation and simplification of everyday taskContinue reading “Lab Report: The Sock Experiment.”