65. Read a ‘great’ guide.
By this, i am talking about a book that genuinely challenges both your opinions and a few ideas plus your language abilities.
I suggest checking out some of the Pulitzer Prize-winning novels or any work that is essential of to begin with. Take to striking the collection and looking at a brief history of Western Philosophy by Bertrand Russell, The Executioner’s Song by Norman Mailer, Sophie’s Selection by William Styron, or Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison – most of which deeply challenged and relocated me. These publications are deep, challenging reading – read them slowly and you’ll grow as an individual.
66. Frolic in the water.
Virtually every city has a residential district children’s pool, general general public pond, or some form of area where residents can swim – lacking that, head to a state park with a swimming area that is public. Continue reading →