Making a habit and the cyclical failure

The first months of the year are gone and you surely think of that long list of everything we proposed around 365 days ago and didn't achieve. It's a strange feeling accompanied by an uncomfortable frustration. Fulfilling a purpose has a lot to do with habits and many of us are not well trained in the subject. Sometimes habits are the responsible for that failure (but not the right ones)...

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A toaster, many solutions

What, how and when we do what we do in our daily lives reveals a little part of us. We take a different kind of decisions. Some of them are simple and practical, others are analytical and complicated and many others are a little more difficult to describe. There is a little and funny exercise to find out how easy or complicated you do things. It's painless and you'll probably want to reward your effort when you are done, with a delicious toast and peanut butter...

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About creativity, inspiration and frustration

It's eight o'clock. You just woke up and now you are drinking that cup of coffee that you enjoy every single morning. You deserve it! It could be a relaxing and a happy journey, but today you just can't help thinking of your next project. In fact, you are never able to forget about it. You know you have to find the next "great idea". But exactly right now when you need all that inspiration, your head is as empty as that bottle of cola in the trash. It's time to be creative! And you usually are. But now you just have that feeling of involuntary sabotage...

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An afternoon with the Eames

Some characters are charismatic, captivating and awake sympathy that prevail over the time. They make you imagine, how it would've been to have met and to spend a complete afternoon with them. For me, one of those many cases and wonderful persons are Charles & Ray Eames. Their story goes far beyond a romantic story. This is a perfect example of a couple that always kept the balance driving their projects forward...

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