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Category Archives: Visualization

20-minute vegetable stew

posted by Joshua on July 22, 2016 in Fitness, Nature, Visualization

I’ve written about fresh vegetables, fruit, legumes, and how delicious, nutritious, convenient, and cheap they are. I decided to record myself making stew from scratch. I only wish I could write how delicious and nutritious it is. It tastes like it stewed all day. Yesterday and the day before you saw the contents of my[…] Keep reading →

The Beijing Sky, Ancient Rome, Mel Brooks, and personal responsibility

posted by Joshua on June 13, 2016 in Awareness, Models, Nature, Visualization

Have you seen the Beijing Sky lately? It looks more clear sometimes, but often like this: That’s not fog, that’s smog. We have a whole planet’s worth of atmosphere, and we manage to make a city’s air look like that. Beijing isn’t alone. Plenty of cities around the world look the same, as you know.[…] Keep reading →

Your choice of sidcha isn’t that important. Just do one.

posted by Joshua on June 6, 2016 in Fitness, Habits, SIDCHAs, Visualization

Following up yesterday’s post about the subtle value of sidchas, I want to lower the bar on choosing what activity to base your sidcha on. Doing one or two sidchas means you can say no to all the others and know you aren’t missing out. Still, if you want to do an art-related sidcha, an[…] Keep reading →

Explore your passions to grow, develop, and to make your work art: My talk at Creative Tech Week

posted by Joshua on May 4, 2016 in Art, Creativity, Entrepreneurship,, Visualization

My talk at Creative Tech Week Monday followed up my column, Why Entrepreneurs Are Today’s Artists (and Why It Matters), which explored how anyone can express themselves and learn and grow through their work if they search for their passions within. Here’s the video, just taken by a camera phone from the front row.[…] Keep reading →