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September Habit Challenge!

Send us your own ideas for monthly challenges here: https://goo.gl/forms/QrtkNVgPHbK5TZLD2

Hello! For the month of September, we are running a slightly different habit challenge with our official Discord server: a healthy habit formation challenge!

Summer is ending for us here in the northern hemisphere, and the oncoming cold is the perfect weather to induce us to stay in bed a few minutes more. So it may just be the best time to work on establishing those healthy habits and Get Disciplined.

With a little planning, accountability and the promise of better habits, you too can change your everyday life. And you can do this just as you did last month with the help of our Discord server, Potential Central.

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How to join: Pick a health-related habit that you would like to establish. It could be anything health-related, from committing to exercise more or sleeping better or eating more healthily. Post it together with your plan for it in September as a comment below, or in our #september-challenge channel. (Use your reddit username if you are new to the Discord chat!)

Every day in September: Report your daily progress in the channel, whether you just 'check off' that you exercised today, or share a link/picture of your progress with calorie counting, is your choice.

September 30th: The challenge ends, and if you have posted daily updates in #september-challenge you are given a flair and maybe even a prize. No reward compares to the benefit gained from the new habit you formed though!

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Before the challenge -> Until the 1st of September, state your participation in a comment below or in the channel. Inspire each other with what you plan to accomplish. Share tools and tips.

During the challenge -> Keep each other accountable! Post your daily progress and give others encouragement.

What habit to choose? We suggest choosing just ONE habit that aligns with your overall goals. Something you struggle with, but that is important to you. The key to forming the habit is to know WHY it helps you, to track PROGRESS, and to stay ACCOUNTABLE daily. Example: "Goal: Eat healthy snacks instead of junk food, Preparation: I will do meal prep in anticipation of the change, Accountability: I will take part in the September challenge and post daily updates on my progress."

Ideas: Exercise, Healthy eating, Meditation, Waking up early, Calorie counting, Trying a new diet

Everyone has the potential to improve their habits and self-discipline, and ultimately feel better about themselves.

It is easier to stay 100% committed than 99%!

We look forward to see what you can accomplish, and if you chose to take part, why not begin practicing your new daily habit already?

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The mods of r/GetDisciplined and Potential Central (our Discord server)

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4 points · 25 days ago

What about people who prefer to avoid using Discord? Do you intend to create daily threads here on Reddit, too?

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Original Poster2 points · 24 days ago

No. The people who do not want to use discord, can post their initial plan here and respond to it daily with a new comment.

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August Habit Substitution Challenge!

This challenge was suggested by suc, a member of Potential Central, the official Discord server of r/GetDisciplined. Send us your own ideas for monthly challenges here: https://goo.gl/forms/QrtkNVgPHbK5TZLD2

Hello! For the month of August, we are running a habit substitution challenge with our official Discord server. Some are preparing to return to school or work. For them in particular, it is time to change up those habits and Get Disciplined!

Old habits can be difficult to break. But it is never impossible to change! Sometimes, all it takes is a little habit switcheroo - to substitute a bad habit for a good one.

With planning, motivation and accountability forming new habits is easier. Our July habit challenge is wrapping up, and though I have no detailed data to show yet, it is clear that not everyone goes through with it. Those who persist are inspiring: Example

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How to join: Pick a bad habit you've been meaning to change and the new habit you would like to substitute it with. Post it together with your plan for it in August as a comment below, or in our #august-challenge channel. (Use your reddit username if you are new to the Discord chat! The channel may still be called "july-challenge" until August)

Every day in August: Report your daily progress in the channel, whether you just 'check off' that you exercised today instead of watching TV, or share a link/picture of your progress in reading books instead of reading Reddit posts, is your choice.

August 31st: The challenge ends, and if you have posted daily updates in #august-challenge you are given a flair and maybe even a prize. No reward compares to the benefit gained from the new habit you formed though!

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Before the challenge -> Until the 1st of August, state your participation below or in the channel. Inspire each other with what you plan to accomplish. Share tools and tips.

During the challenge -> Keep each other accountable! Post your daily progress and give others encouragement.

What habit to choose? We suggest choosing just ONE habit that aligns with your overall goals. Something you struggle with, but that is important to you. The key to forming the habit is to know WHY it helps you, to track PROGRESS, and to stay ACCOUNTABLE daily. Example: "Goal: Eat healthy snacks instead of junk food, Preparation: I will do meal prep in anticipation of the change, Accountability: I will take part in the August challenge and post daily updates on my progress."

Ideas: Reading, Exercise, Healthy eating, Meditation, Studying, House Chores, Waking up early, Learning a new skill

Everyone has the potential to improve their habits and self-discipline, and ultimately feel better about themselves.

It is easier to stay 100% committed than 99%!

We look forward to see what you can accomplish, and if you chose to take part, why not begin practicing your new daily habit already?

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Day 8: 10% Success.

  • 3 meals, 2 desserts, 1 snack
  • Didn't reach calorie goal

I wish I had a good excuse today but I don't. I feel like I've already failed this challenge but I'll keep trying anyway

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Original Poster1 point · 26 days ago

How did it work out?

Our challenge for September is solely health-focused. Take a look if you want: http://goedhartvoordieren.nl/?page=r/getdisciplined/comments/9b08mj/method_build_a_healthy_foundation_take_part_in/

15th August: Reached page 620, the last page.

Next book is expected to reach by tomorrow. So will start a new book tomorrow. Animal Farm by George Orwell.

As for this method of posting daily, it is helping me a great deal, I never would've finished a book this thick let alone finish it in 20 days. I thank the mods, and other visitors of this sub for this.

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Original Poster2 points · 26 days ago

Great work, and in all honesty, be grateful to your past self for choosing to take part in the challenge!

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July Habit Challenge!

Hello! For the month of July we are running a habit-forming challenge with our official Discord server. Summer is a time of relaxation for some, but also ample time to Get Disciplined!

Everyone knows good habits are important, but forming a new one takes some consistent effort. With accountability and planning you will be able to pick up new daily habits faster. Our Discord server has proven to be a good place for this purpose, and we now invite you to take part in this challenge, or experiment if you will.

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How to join: Pick a new habit, and post it together with your plan as a comment below, or in our #july-habit-challenge channel. (Use your reddit username if you are new to the Discord chat)

Every day in July: Report your daily progress in the channel, whether you just 'check off' that you exercised today, or share a link/picture of your progress in drawing, is your choice.

July 31st: The challenge ends, and if you have posted daily updates in #july-habit-challenge you are given a flair and maybe even a prize. No reward compares to the benefit gained from the new habit you formed though!

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Before the challenge -> Until the 1st of July, state your participation below or in the channel. Inspire each other with what you plan to accomplish. Share tools and tips.

During the challenge -> Keep each other accountable! Post your daily progress and give others encouragement.

What habit to choose? We suggest choosing just ONE daily habit, that aligns with your overall goals. Something you struggle with, but that is important to you. The key to forming the habit is to know WHY it helps you, to track PROGRESS, and to stay ACCOUNTABLE daily. Example: "Goal: Publish a visual novel, Habit: 90 minutes of drawing daily OR 1 page per day, Accountability: I will take part in the July challenge and post daily updates on my progress."

Ideas: Reading, Exercise, Healthy eating, Meditation, Studying, House Chores, Waking up early, Learning a new skill

Everyone has the potential to improve their habits and self-discipline, and ultimately feel better about themselves.

It is easier to stay 100% committed than 99%!

We look forward to see what you can accomplish, and if you chose to take part, why not begin practicing your new daily habit already?

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The mods of r/GetDisciplined and Potential Central (our Discord server)

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Moderator of r/getdisciplined, speaking officiallyOriginal PosterScore hidden · 2 months ago · Stickied comment

UPDATE: You can no longer join the July Challenge. This thread may be unstickied soon.

Is it still possible to join the discord group?

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Original Poster1 point · 2 months ago

Yes.

https://discord.gg/UXGKyb3

Send a PM to a moderator or admin there for access to the channel.

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1 point · 7 months ago

After a recent post I made, a few users suggested that I made a blog or started writing down more thoughts and ideas. I am considering this. However, I don't see myself making any new posts that aren't related to me sharing some of my own thoughts. I will however actively participate in any discussion regarding my content in this sub. Does the rule require 90% of my posts not to be related to any type of blog, or do comments count as well?

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Original Poster1 point · 7 months ago

I looked at your profile, you should be fine. It is not a rule that we immediately take action on. If we notice heavy self-promotion and posts being reported, then we act.

I am new here. I have a new youtube channel dedicated to self-improvement, motivation, and inspiration. I was wonder how to go about letting the community know about it. I don't want to violate any of your rules as I respect what you are doing here. Thank you

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Original Poster2 points · 7 months ago

It is possible to share your videos here. Keep this in mind: Embed/link the video in your post, include a text description of what it is about, use a clear non-clickbait title to the post, take part in discussion/comments on your posts, do not cross-post your videos to more than two subreddits, only promote your own channel in 10% of your posts/comments, do not link videos aimed at selling a product.

Do that, see how people react, and adjust accordingly.

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Some weeks ago I asked you all for feedback on the format of /r/BettermentBookClub. I have condensed what has been said and decided on a new direction for the sub. We will focus more on letting YOU make posts about the books YOU have read or want to read. My hope is that that there will be a lot of book summaries, questions, and user-driven discussion.

That is the TL;DR. Below is how it will work:


The reason we switch from moderated monthly discussions, to free discussion mostly confined to single posts, is to avoid loss of participation. If you did not feel like reading the book of the month, you had to wait for the next one, and so on. This is what we will avoid. We also want more than discussion out of the subreddit -- we want information and experience. Compiling this is important to provide value to others.

I encourage us all to contribute with our favorite self-improvement book 'experience'. There will be new type of posts that anyone can write and post. These are:

  • Book summary (about a book you read)
  • Book discussion (about a book you want to read/discuss with others. Can be posted by anyone, also by moderators on a bi-weekly basis?)
  • Questions, summary or discussion requests, books lists, recommendations, author AMAs (if you are one) etc. are also encouraged.

When discussing a book, we will do that inside a single post. For each part or chapters of the book, we make a comment, and in that comment thread we discuss that part of the book. Discussions with a lot of interest/traction will be stickied.

Summaries are to be seen as discussions too, but we do not go chapter-by-chapter. We rather discuss the summary in itself. Reading the book summary should be enough to grasp the practical advice in the book. In other words, you should be able to discuss the book summary without having read the book.


To help everyone, I have stickied a post with templates you can use:

Writing a short book summary can help you remember important points you read in a book. It also lets you easily remind yourself later. It also gives us an opportunity to archive and categorize these summaries together.

It has been noted in discussions, that if posts or comments have a very high quality and covers everything, people will be hesitant to share their own thoughts. They feel like they have nothing to contribute. That is why the discussion focus should be on the subjective. How did this advice work for ME? What do I think or feel about this?


This is an experimental format we are trying out, but I am sure it can provide a lot of value. To celebrate this new step, I will be giving out at least five Reddit Gold the coming weeks. It will be to random participants and/or those who make valuable, personal or concise comments and posts.

Not sure what to do now? I suggest writing your own book summary or discussion using the templates and posting it. It can be a self-improvement book you read recently, or you could try to compile comments from previous book discussions found in the sidebar.

Tell me below what you think about the format, if there should be bi-weekly discussion threads by mods or if you think it can be user-driven, or if you would like a flair feature that shows participation or something.


My gratitude to those who provided ideas: /u/airandfingers, /u/Skaifola, /u/FoxJitter, /u/zaphod_pebblebrox, /u/astralairplane, /u/CoffeeCrazedChemist, /u/nicerikzas, /u/RealRizzo, /u/enfier, /u/poem_dandelion, /u/Muffinzz, /u/qwertyqyle, /u/ourlegacy, /u/turtlevader, /u/fozrok, /u/nicerikzas, /u/briarraindancer

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I write summaries of books in my blog. Can i share the link here or would it be considered spam?

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Original Poster2 points · 7 months ago

You could. However, to avoid it being seen as spammy, I suggest this: Include the full length summary in the text post, and add your link to the blog post version of it at the end, if people wish to read other summaries.

Going to be honest - you guys pushed this channel to me via an ad... I love that you guys buy ads and support Reddit but I don't think this is the sub for me... best of luck to you...

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Original Poster2 points · 9 months ago

Not a problem.

FYI, smaller subreddits can place sidebar ads for free through /r/SubredditAds, I don't believe any subreddits pay for ads.

16 points · 8 months ago

They should make a short post on how to be disciplined enough to read the long posts.

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8 points · 8 months ago

Been a mod on /r/GetDisciplined for several years. Here you go:

  1. Go to /r/GetDisciplined
  2. Open one post (not 20 tabs of posts)
  3. Read (one word at a time)
  4. ???
  5. Profit -- you just improved your willpower, by using it, to read about... it.
2 points · 8 months ago

May not be the right subreddit, but whatever.

I think it's a bad cycle. In many cases if you're not loved by others, why would you try to spread love? On the other end of the spectrum, if people still like you and tolerate your lack of reciprocal action, why would you reciprocate at all?

Do unto others as they would do unto you -- but do it first.

As for the things you are doing for yourself, out of personal satisfaction: Why would you do something that does not affect you positively? You need to give examples. Is the problem that you don't grasp what is positive, because you are stuck seeking short-sighted satisfaction and escape?

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4 points · 8 months ago

Perhaps the solution is to start studying ASAP, and in the meanwhile find a part-time job as a replacement for the one you have now. If you feel like you are in a victim-mentality due to your job experience, it is wise to find something else. I believe you will be able to find a full-time job somehow. You must have that belief at least, since the lack of it now acts as a mental block for you.

School can be a large waste of money/time, but picking something like IT/STEM will partly remedy that.

2 points · 8 months ago

How long will you do this for? Is there a goal in mind with it?

For example, do it for 2 months, then return here and make a post and tell us how it went. What was hard, what worked, etc.

2 points · 8 months ago

More common than you think. Most people find themselves being chased by deadlines and escaping from bad consequences, instead of seeking good outcomes outright.

Is there any productive work you are able to do without procrastination? If so, try to build more of your life around it. Life is about finding a "bad" flavor, that you are actually able to stomach better than others.

Other than that, most forms of procrastination can be overcome through planning, daily accountability and practice.

When things are bad, it is still possible for things to be worse. One can rejoice and find joy in that. If it is temporary pain, it will end, and at least you have the strength to make it through this and then truly enjoy the relief that comes afterwards.

Original Poster1 point · 9 months ago

then truly enjoy the relief that comes afterwards.

Does there need to be a relief? What if there is none in the end?

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There is nothing that says there must of will be "relief". If you can look forward to the possibility of it, it will help however.

2 points · 9 months ago

Money/validation/status aside, what are your goals when it comes to family? Friends? How you spend your day? How you see yourself (not how you believe others perceive you?) Recreation? Helping the community?

It is the sad truth, but a person with great fortune and fame will often have to hide themselves, what they do, and who they are. Fame in itself is not good for the phyche, and especially not combined with money. Their friends are fake, their love is conditional, and their whole image is built on fragile foundations.

And yeah, I feel your pain when it comes to med school. I dropped out and went into something completely different. Perhaps I had the wrong reason for entering.

Original Poster2 points · 9 months ago

I want everyone to know who I am, I want them to love me, I want public affirmation that I am awesome. I want to be so rich one day that I can buy a 20million dollar, seven story manhattan apartment I saw a listing for today.

I did a lot of soul searching today and really think it is a good take on fame to explain it as too unpredictable to be the goal, but a strong signal of support if you're doing something visible and impactful.

Why did you drop out of med school?/How do you feel about it now?

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You may be right on the fame. Same goes with wealth. You do not become rich or famous without providing the proportional value to others.

I dropped out since I realized that my own interests/strengths did not align for a good career in the field. I never felt especially interested in my studies, though the actual work was alright. I feel perfectly happy with the decision today, but that is since I had a clear plan B when I quit. In other words, I had dabbled and learned in another area (intersection between finance and IT) and found work/enjoyment/income through that instead. I made the choice to catch this opportunity and luckily it was a good one. Had I failed, I could (and still can) go back.

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My go-to method for simplicity: https://jamesclear.com/ivy-lee

Original Poster2 points · 9 months ago

What makes this effective?

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It is simple, prioritized, and since it limits the amount of tasks will rarely overwhelm you.

Perhaps you should reflect on why you seek to become good at something.

Is it to secure a future income? To get self-esteem? To get respect or love? To prove someone wrong? Is it because you gave up A, B and C, and now must succeed at D?

I would disagree with the 'research' you mention.

  • "Don't see failure as a bad thing, but as a learning experience"

The only way to fail is to stop practicing and regress in your skill level. Everything else is obstacles, and when you fail to pass an obstacle, you have more attempts.

  • "Love the thing you want to be good at"

Few people truly love what they are good at. For some, it began as love and become a habit and way of life -- a part of their identity. The main thing to know is WHY you are doing it. Playing music because you enjoy it only goes so far, but if you have a purpose with it: to be able to write your own music, to be able to share emotions with a crowd, to earn a living, to meet other musicians, etc. it provides your brain with a rational reason as well, and helps you push through failures. When you fail, you stop loving the skill momentarily, but if you know why you wish to become good at it it is easier to continue.

Also, if you want to world class in one specific skill, you should look for very niche skills. What are you genetically talented and interested in? How can you combine two or more talents and skills into one?

If you are a decent writer and decent musician, you can become a really good music journalist etc. It's at the intersection of skills that you become innovative and become a pioneer of a field.

Few people are lazy by nature. You are either overwhelmed, confused, depressed or something else.

With the goals you list there, I suggest you begin with what is most URGENT and has the biggest IMPACT. Example: Clean room first so it is easier to focus, then go through the day eating really well, maybe later you will have more energy and concentration to delve into programming or studying.

If you compare these two articles on Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Discipline and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grit_(personality_trait)

You will notice one of these terms may be more suitable to search for as a keyword in academic science article libraries. One is very general, the other is more scientific and specific to what you might be seeking. Just compare the amount of sources/references. Maybe the title should be: "Initial intention vs. Grit"?

Something else, that could be out of the scope, is to compare for example intelligience (IQ) vs. Grit, and how they relate to education, career or financial goals. You will notice there is a lot of research in these areas.

Also, if you want, I for one would be interested to read about your conclusions. Sharing them here on the subreddit is surely appreciated.

The references in the Grit wikipedia article has a lot, but here some links from Google:

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1467-6494.1984.tb00349.x/abstract

https://educationaladvancement.wordpress.com/2014/10/21/grit-and-intelligence/

https://medium.com/@jamieamartin1/inherent-intelligence-is-more-important-than-grit-97e963f3a7fd

I think the nature of self-set blockers is that, if you implemented them, you know how to override them. Both mentally and in practice. You can stop smoking by throwing your cigarettes away, but you know how to buy new ones.

How about you try this? Set an egg-timer or timer on your phone to ring every 60 or 30 minutes. When it rings, jot down on a paper what site you are visiting. At the end of the day, you will see exactly how you spent your time. So, instead of blocking, track and log what websites you visit. Look at it every day and see how you can improve.

Another way: Tell someone else, a family member or co-worker that you will show them your internet history every week or month. This way, you can keep yourself accountable.

What may also be an issue is that you mix work and play at the job, but also at home. If you should only visit work websites at work, never visit them at home. This creates some sort of mental barrier for what belongs where and when.

26 points · 10 months ago

Your example is a daily habit goal. I think they should be treated differently from long term goals. If my goal was to write a book in two months, I would not plan to write an arbitrary amount of words. I would focus on gaining some form of result or closure every day. For example, I will create a draft for one chapter each day. That chapter could be a few pages or a lot more.

Sometimes it can help to make the goals loose and 'easy'. Like: I will write every day. If you actually produce results or enjoy the activity, sitting down and writing at least one word will lead you on to continue writing until you feel satisfied. It's easy to get overwhelmed think "I must write X amount of words today". Better to promote consistency: "I will write today at 10 AM". Even if we do a very boring task, we will be hesitant to quit half-way through UNLESS we feel overwhelmed by the size of the task.

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There's been a lot of demand for a Discord server where we can all chat and learn from each other. Today that has become true.


What is Potential Central?

Potential Central is the official Discord server of /r/GetDisciplined! A place where people meet when they want to better their life. Whether you want to study better, eat healthier, lose weight, learn how to be productive, get disciplined or inspired to be, Potential Central is the place to be. Sometimes waiting for someone to reply to a reddit post takes too long, direct communication can help you in the moment.

You can join Potential Central by clicking here


Keep yourself accountable by posting your goals for the community to see or find a buddy you can get a little more personal with. Or both! By just going on Potential Central, you will find the strength to achieve and be successful with our strong community.

Right now, we have different channels/rooms, where you can use either text or voice chat to do the following:

  • Learn and teach success (Learn how other people achieved their success so you can achieve your own success! Then help other people do the same)
  • Find like-minded, motivated people (Participate and get inspired in a community of people who want to be successful just like you)
  • Regular Events (Watch lectures, share goals & successes, read and discuss books and much more in weekly group events)
  • Book club (Read and discuss interesting books that will help you reach your potential, every week)
  • Daily tips and tricks (Daily, high quality articles, tips and tricks on how to better your life through discipline, mindfulness, good habits etc.)
  • Find buddies (Find a buddy who can keep you accountable and disciplined. Connected to /r/GetMotivatedBuddies)
  • Mental & Physical Health (Learn and discuss how to keep a healthy body and mind so you can keep a clear focus)
  • Complete Courses (Discuss and participate in courses from places such as Coursera, Khan Academy, Codeacademy etc.)
  • Habit Control (Learn how to eliminate bad habits and cultivate useful ones.)
  • Resource library (Resource library on how to better your life in almost every aspect from discipline and productivity to creative endeavours)
  • Set and achieve goals (Learn how to find and set a goal and then to achieve it effectively while sharing your results to keep up motivation)
  • Specific Help (If you have a specific need, ask in this channel and people will help you on your way)
  • Friendly and active staff (For problems, suggestions, feedback etc.)

Click here to join now!


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oh man, why not IRC?

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Original Poster1 point · 10 months ago

Lacks functions, right userbase and is considered outdated. Not to mention that this discord server is the result of a merge of several already existing Discord servers that the mod team did not start.

Good advice. What we are right now is what we should be. Not in the sense that we are always happy, but in the sense of accepting who we are before transitioning into who we can become.

Never heard of those, but probably not. I use flux on my computer and it's enough for me.

Original Poster1 point · 10 months ago

There's no a way for bikes or walking from my city to the city I go.

Loosing weight is another reason I wanna do sports. I'm not obese or near it, but I need it. Although the reason is that I spend a lot of time sitting, both studying and doing homework.

Weekends seems the same shit to me, could you help me?

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Can you try standing when doing homework or studying? If you get a very high 'table' and try if for say 30 minutes to begin with? Do you take breaks every hour or so when sitting?

If your weekends and weekdays are completely full, what do you do? You would need to cut down on something else: Doing chores faster, sleeping less, spending less time on reddit, less time on TV, less time socializing or something. Priorities.

By the way, can you jog with the dog instead of walking it?

Original Poster1 point · 10 months ago

I work with three programs, Autocad, Revit and Presto, so I need a computer. I don't use to take breaks every hour, my fault. That is a basic thing everyone knows but only some do xD.

I sleep 5-6h/day, sleeping less would mean to be a zombie. Chores include go shopping, cook a bit etc, some of the chores can be done faster, like washing the dishies.

If you look to my profile, you'll see that I don't spend too much time on Reddit, just to look some subs and make a post every two weeks on r/metal. I only socialize on weekends, and some of them I don't use to go out. I could invest that time in doing something, it's just I'm hyper tired when I finnish dinner (about 22:30).

I tried jogging with him, I swear, but he is stronger than me and I've been on the floor more than one time. Since I cannot free him on the beach or the street, I need to educate him.

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Well then. It's impossible for you to schedule that exercise or you are just listing excuses. You know your schedule better than anyone else.

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