Concrete Swimming Pools, Perfect for a Kid’s Party!

Concrete  swimming  pools are the best type of  swimming  pools you can build, as they are accommodating in all types of weather, and are perfect for both indoor and outdoor usage.

Summertime, especially over the school holidays, creates the need for you to provide extra attention for your children who get restless being cooped up at home after a long year of school. You can help them vent off all that cooped up energy by hosting a pool party for your kids, indoors or outdoors.

An outdoor concrete  swimming  pool will ensure that your children are splashing around in a secure setting, as there are little chances of leakages and springs when you have a concrete base around your pool. Concrete pools do not have the same issues as above-ground wooden pools, so you can easily let your children play to their heart’s content without worrying about trivial safety issues.

Your  swimming  pool should have durability, and you have the choice to install the pool which appeals to you the most. There are various styles in choices that you have while you making your selection.

You can also decide upon the placement of your pool, as you can have it installed in any place that you feel suitable. You can also construct your pool in any shape that looks appealing to you and complements your surroundings.

When installing a  swimming  pool, you should always be aware of quality control. Only the best materials can ensure a long lifespan for your pool. The finishing used on your  swimming  pool is equally as important, as the usage of fine finishing. It can provide your pool with the classic, elegant look that you desire.

Throwing a pool party for children is fairly easy. You can create a pool-related theme as most children love playing in or around water. Send out pool themed invitations, and invite children and their parents so that there are always a pair of eyes around to keep an eye around the lively bunch to make sure everything goes smoothly and safely.

Adults can also enjoy cooling their heels at such a party and splashing around with their children. Another good safety tip is to keep the pool as open as possible. If there are too many decorations or pool toys floating around, it will be difficult to keep an eye on all of the children at the same time.

Make sure you have an effective filtration system in your pool to ensure optimal hygiene for your family and guests. The cleaner the pool is, the fewer chances there are for water-transmitted diseases, meaning that you, your family and your children’s friends can safely enjoy the pool party without falling sick.

To make sure everyone has fun, you can plan activities that children and adults can take part in, in or out of the water. Hosting games such as diving for rings, Marco Polo and water volleyball is always fun, and such games are a hit with kids.

Tennis Games To Play With Kids

Tennis is a sport which is perfect for kids; it’s fun, it’s good exercise, and it’s relatively safe to play in comparison with slightly rougher ‘contact’ sports such as rugby and football. Kids playing tennis will see a marked improvement in their agility, coordination, flexibility, speed, and strength, as well as more psychological characteristics such as cooperation, discipline, and problem-solving. Aside from playing matches, there are plenty of smaller games that you can play with your budding tennis stars to make sure they stay on top of their game, and give them a greater understanding of the fundamentals, basic rules, and benefits of being able to play tennis.

Count The Hits

Focussing on teaching kids to hit backhand and forehand ground strokes accurately, this is a great game for those who want to focus on individual strokes. The kids form a line behind the baseline, and one player at a time moves just inside the baseline towards the centre of the court. From the opposite side of the net, hit or throw the ball over the net to either the player’s forehand or backhand side and have them hit it back over to your side of the net. See which player can hit the ball in play the most times in a row.

Hit and Run

This game prepares kids for long rallies during matches, and is appropriate for school-aged kids who have a little experience of playing the game. It’s another game where all you need is a court, a ball and a racket, making it easier to practice free tennis. Have one student at a time line up in the centre of the court between the baseline and the service line, and from the opposite side of the net, alternate hitting balls between two opposite corners so that the kids have to run to hit the ball, and then immediately run back to the middle. See which player can hit the most balls in a row before tiring.


Requiring at least four students, this is a great game to focus on young players’ accuracy. The kids line up at one end of the court, with the coach feeding from the other side of the net. Each kid gets a certain number of chances (dependent on their ability level) to hit a forehand or backhand into the doubles court. If they get one in, they’re safe; if not, they’re in jail, and they go to the other end of the court to try and catch a ball hit by another player. If they make their catch, they’re free, and the player whose shot they caught takes their place in jail. When only one player remains, they try to get three shots in that don’t get caught, before they misses three. If they’re successful, they win the game. If someone catches one of their shots, it’s a jailbreak: everyone is free, and a new round begins.

Around the World

One of the most popular games played at schools and kids’ tennis clubs, this involves a larger group, with half the kids lining up at one baseline, and half at the other. The coach feeds a ball to one of the kids at the front of the line, who must hit it over the net into the singles court, then run around to the back of the line at the other baseline. The kid at the front of the other line must do the same, and the rally continues, with each player returning the ball, then running around the court to join the back of the opposite line. If a player misses the ball, they lose a life; start your kids on 1, 3, or 5 lives, depending on the difficulty level. When they’ve lost all their lives, they’re out. Once only two players are left, they no longer run around the net: they simply play points against one another until a victor emerges.

With these games and more, you can build up your students’ physical conditioning, speed, strength, and understanding of the game, helping them along their journey to become well-rounded players as they reach adolescence and adulthood. Of course, there’s no substitute for actual matches, so make sure that they’re getting plenty of in-game practice as well; however, these simple and fun drills and games will make sure that your students stay on top of the necessary attributes needed to maintain a high quality of play, and develop skills that can then transfer to their in-game tennis play.

Ensuring Pool Safety

Children must always be watched when around water. Pools can be great family fun, but they can also become scary and dangerous if the proper safety measures aren’t taken. Few things are more terrifying than knowing your child has fallen into the pool, cannot swim, and you are too far away to save them. So make sure to always be near your kids at the pool.

Having safety equipment available is important too. One wise move may be to keep an emergency first aid kit within reach at all times. People should know where it is, so make sure that it’s stored in a visible location that a stranger can easily find should something arise that requires its use. The basic supplies contained within this kit can be the difference between a saved life and a medical emergency. If an emergency does happen, you never want to be caught unprepared. The use of equipment and supplies can make all the difference here.

Phones near the pool ensure that you can call for help if you need it, and shepherd’s hooks enable you to drag a drowning person out of the water without risking your own safety. These two things are great to have in an emergency.

Investing in a fence around your pool is a wise decision; it protects your pool from unauthorized entry and from your adventure-seeking children. Fences are the first line of defense when it comes to pool safety.

However, a fence can be completely useless if it not tall enough to prevent entry. They should be 6 feet tall and possess a lockable gate. Anything less and it becomes easy for mischievous kids to scale the fence and get into trouble. So make sure your fence is an effective one.

If someone has inhaled water and isn’t breathing, CPR can eject the water from their lungs and get them breathing again. So if you are a pool owner and have a lot of kids in or around your pool, be responsible and learn CPR. It can turn the worst situation into a good one.

People who don’t know how to swim should be watched carefully, as they are the ones with the highest risk of danger when around the pool. Never leave them by themselves and always make sure someone who does know how to swim is around.

Make sure your pool is safe. Leaving things to chance is never a good idea, and putting these safety protocols in place makes your pool a fun place to be, not a dangerous one.

The Growing Popularity of Free & Casual Games

Free online internet gaming has exploded over the past 10 years and now comprises of a large collection of game developers, publishers, web portals and millions of casual game players. Talented game developers are in more limited supply than publishers and portals, yet even they are steadily growing in supply as more companies and brands look for sponsorship deals with high quality upcoming free games.

Wide brand exposure can be gained from sponsoring free online games and more companies are looking towards game sponsorship and in game product placement as a serious advertising platform. Portals are in the greatest supply with a huge amount of gaming orientated sites offering the developers creations, indeed some game developers also offer their own web portals such Ninjakiwi and Armor Games. These are two of the more popular and innovative gaming developers with Armor Games holding a top 1000 traffic rating.

Behind such successes are talented flash game designers and coders, it is usually one or two experienced designers that plant the seeds from which top free gaming websites flourish. Casual gaming both free and paid downloads have become so huge online that the genre has the greatest presence in the world’s most highly trafficked websites.

Ninjakiwi have an in house team of developers, they are owners of the very popular brand of games named Bloons. The first Bloons game was introduced back in mid 2007 and the series has already been played hundreds of millions of times. If you compare such an audience exposure rate to the most popular video watched on you tube, it is easy to see why advertisers are turning to free online games to reach global audiences. What’s more intriguing are the demographics behind casual game players with a considerable percentage of the audience being young adults. This demographic has caught the attention of many blue chip companies including mobile giants Orange and O2 who regularly advertise through Mochiads – an in game preloading ads platform.

As the advertising revenue increases for free games so will the creativity, detail and complexity of their design. Developers are now creating games targeted specifically at certain age ranges, including teens, young adults and mums.

Ninjakiwis’ list of games is expanding rapidly. As their brand has received greater exposure over the past year they have branched out from their original success of Bloons to produce other games with different concepts, some have been received with more enthusiasm than others. Some of their successes include:

  • Bloons – Including the player packs, more bloons and even more bloons, tower defense games, hot air bloon, bloons pop 3
  • Boombot Games – 1 and 2
  • Hotcorn Games – 1 and 2
  • Potion Madness
  • Powerpool
  • Replay Racer – 1 and 2
  • Rings
  • Shinju
  • Sinta
  • Zeba

Ninjakiwi has established a loyal fan base with their range being published across hundreds of medium to large sized gaming portals. One of their advertising platforms is through the previously mentioned Mochiads, a major advertising platform for both game developers and game publishers who earn revenue from publishing games. A small advert is shown whilst each game is loading in a web browser, developers and publishers earn money from game impressions and advert clicks.

The other free games developer previously mentioned, Armor games, is the larger of the 2. Armor develops in house games and sponsors independent developers, funding their creations and offering revenue sharing across their advertising platform. Armor games has a much more extensive range games than Ninjakiwi and has funded the creation of some of the most imaginative games on the internet, a list of some of their best games is compiled below:

  • Armed with Wings – 1 and 2
  • Crush the Castle
  • Hedgehog Launch
  • Hedgehog Launch 2
  • Fancy Pants Adventure – 1 and 2
  • Gemcraft
  • Gemcraft Chapter 0
  • The Last Stand 1 & 2
  • Pillage the Village
  • Sonny
  • Sonny 2
  • Warfare 1917

It is common to find developers and portals alike sharing each other’s games. This idea was originally invoked by the biggest casual free game provider on the internet – Their success grew from allowing webmasters to publish their games on thousands of smaller sites. Sharing and creating viral copies of successful games can prove a very lucrative strategy on the internet.

There are many more high quality game developers, publishers and portals, ones worth a mention include Crazy Monkey Games, Addicting Games, Newgrounds and Kongregate.
Free game production has also seen the remake of many old classic arcade games which will delight fans of the 80’s arcade.

Classic games such as PacMan, Ms PacMan, Space Invaders, Pong and Frogger have all been remade using flash and are now available to play as free online games. Paul Neave, a talented flash developer is responsible for such flash reproductions.

More comprehensive flash gaming communities have sprung up within this landmark 10 year period of growth. One example of an immensely popular community is MechQuest, this is one of currently 5 flash games created by Artix Entertainment. MechQuest is an online Fantasy/Sci-Fi Web RPG game that offers both a free and premium paid side. The game is built using flash and has millions of members in its community. Striking a balance between casual and hardcore game play it aims to offer a compromise allowing players who do not wish to spend all day at their PC’s a casual multiplayer experience.

Of course free online games such as MechQuest, AdventureQuest, DragonFable, ArchKnight and are a step in the right direction for what online gaming should be about (if we are looking from a healthy perspective), they offer gamers a balanced dosage of online fun which don’t require a lifelong commitment to progress and gain in game rewards. The total opposite would be games such as World of Warcraft which are designed to reward excessive amounts of game play.

The free games market will continue to its rapid growth in the foreseeable future and more developers will come into the market. Whether flash will remain the markets main publishing platform remains to be seen but for now it will keep its dominant position with all free online game developers using it. Fans can expect to find more elaborate free online flash games being introduced in the coming years as free games compete and very much encroach upon paid game audiences.

Junior Versions of Board Games

There are a great number of board games which are popular with people of all ages. They can be played by people with a decent reading level all the way through the rest of their lives. These games have been around for many decades and that is because they have a universal appeal. However, there is one age range that most of these games are not suited for. This age is the group of children, generally ages 5-8, those who know how to read but do not have a very high reading comprehension yet. These kids can be rather sharp, yet some games are still above them. That doesn’t mean that they should be denied from enjoying these games, though.

This is why many of these games have come out with Junior editions. These take the premise of the game, but gear it more toward children. It puts the entire game into terms that these kids can not only understand, but enjoy better. After all, most children will not understand the appeal of snatching up real estate property and charging rent to other players, as one would try to do in Monopoly. By the same token, solving a bloody murder mystery, as one would do in Clue, is probably not the most appropriate game for a small child to be playing.

Both of these games have faced these issues head on, though, and produced editions which are much more friendly to children of this younger age. Monopoly Jr. is geared for those children in the 5-8 range. Instead of being set in Atlantic City, as traditional Monopoly, this game takes place during a day at the Boardwalk attractions, much like Coney Island. Each player starts with a colored car mover and a certain number of ticket booths, along with a small amount of “Allowance.”

Players race around the board, landing on certain attractions such as the Roller Coaster or Bumper Cars. If the space is unoccupied, they can purchase the ticket booth from the bank and begin collecting admissions from other players who land on that space. Every time that a player passes “Go,” they will collect an additional $2 allowance. In the end, the last player with money available to them is the winner of the game. This game is great for children because it keeps the spirit of Monopoly, but puts the game into more friendly terms which the children can understand.

Clue Jr. on the other hand does away with the ghastly nature of a murder and seeks to help a group of children solve a mystery. A few different editions of this game exist, allowing children to solve a number of different mysteries in different locations. One case allows the players to discover who ate the last piece of chocolate cake, while another version seeks to discover who hid the toys and where they put them. This more friendly version is a great way to teach children the power of deduction without exposing them to anything as violent as murder. Either of these games are a perfect opportunity for younger children to discover all the delight of the favorite games of the adults.

Weird Words That Will Make You Swim Faster

As you’ve probably realized, your IQ drops when you exercise, and nowhere is this more true than when you’re trying to  swim  faster. So while reading a treatise on the biomechanics of a proper  swim  stroke may be simple when you’re sitting at the kitchen table, once you’ve jumped in the water and are huffing and puffing, you can barely remember anything you read or learned. This is where some weird words come in handy. I’ve created a few simple phrases that I can learn the meaning of when I’m outside the pool, then when I’m  swimming , I can simply pull these phrases into my head without having to focus too much on big sentence and paragraph-based  swimming  cues. So, without further ado, here are weird words that will make you  swim  faster!

 Swim  Faster #1 – Press Lung: Ideal buoyancy in the water is achieved when the lungs, your body¹s natural life preservers, are pressed down towards the bottom of the pool. This is the foundation of downhill  swimming  and the position that allows for a more streamlined body. Think of your body as a teeter-totter, with the hips as the fulcrum. Pressing the lungs down brings the legs up, and vice versa. If the legs are down, they simply act as anchors, producing drag against the water that slows the rest of the body. Whether in the front or side  swimming  positions, always focus on pressing the lungs down towards the bottom of the pool. Once this becomes natural, you’ll conserve enormous amounts of energy and see massive increases in


 Swim  Faster #2 – Brush Thumb: A proper and full stroke should bring the thumb to brush against the thigh at the end of the pull phase. Too many swimmers cut their pull short, for the simple reason that it makes  swimming  easier. I guarantee that if you practice a full pull phase, you will feel horrible during your first few  swims  and the muscles will be completely fatigued by the end of the  swim . After practicing for a few weeks, however, your body will adapt and your speed will skyrocket. One of the keys is to achieve the thumb against thigh position by using the powerful lat muscles underneath the armpits, not the relatively weaker biceps and forearm.

 Swim  Faster #3 – Boil Feet: The feet should be “boiling”, just below the surface of the water. Feet that are submerged far below the surface are simply acting as drag-producing anchors, while feet that kick and splash above the surface are wasting too much time kicking in the air. We all know that the air produces no resistance, so this is wasted energy. Think about making tiny bubbles with the feet as you kick. While triathletes should not be wasting precious muscle glycogen stores in the legs during the  swim  portion of the race, a low-medium effort kick will be enough to keep those foot-anchors up.

 Swim  Faster #4 – Hide Head: If you are in a proper downhill  swimming  position, just a sliver of the head will show against the water. As you practice “Press Lung”, a natural consequence should be that the head “hides” below the water. If your head/torso unit is high, your feet will drop. Once again, buoyancy is a crucial key to efficient  swimming .

 Swim  Faster #5 – Puppet Elbow: Imagine that your elbow is attached to a puppet string that is pulling it straight out of the water in the recovery phase of the stroke. A full elbow recovery is very important, especially in choppy, open-water  swimming , where a partially submerged arm in the recovery

phase will quickly tire you out because of increased drag.

 Swim  Faster #6 – Cigar Mouth: For a streamlined breathing pattern, attempt to take as little of the head as possible out of the water when breathing. The best way to think about this is “smoking a cigar” when you inhale, meaning, for you healthy, non-smoking triathletes, that the breath only comes from the outside corner of the mouth while the inside corner of the mouth is under the water. As you learn this breathing method, you may end up swallowing a bit of water, but long term practice will result in more efficient  swimming .

 Swim  Faster #7 – Raise Pinky: To achieve optimum pull against the water with the hand, while still maintaining a drag-free slice through the water, the pinky should be elevated higher than the rest of the fingers during the entire stroke phase. Every hand is different, so experiment with the outwardly turned angle of the hand until you find a position that gives you the most speed. One of the common mistakes I see when the pinky is elevated is a completely locked out elbow. Never completely straighten the arm when

reaching towards the end of the pool because you¹ll be able to grab less water to pull against.

 Swim  Faster #8 – Wall Reach: “Reach Over a Wall”, “Spear a Fish”, “Take a Cookie From the Jar” – there are many ways to describe how your hand should feel as it enters the water, but the general idea is that you are grabbing as big a handful of water as possible when initiating the pull phase of the stroke. If your elbow was correctly drawn out of the water, this will result in a more vertical entry of the hand/forearm unit. Remember, the forearm creates pull against the water in the same way as the hand, so make sure to use it by keeping the elbow slightly bent as you reach over the wall.

Party Games For Adults – Some Advice

Over the past eighteen months or so there has been a noticeable increase in the number of inquiries I receive on the topic of party games for grown ups. People assume that all children’s parties will have a period set aside for games and activities but the same cannot be said for adult parties. However this is changing.

People are putting more thought and planning into parties. Whether it is a 16th birthday party or a get together to “celebrate” a divorce increasing effort is been put into deciding a theme, decorations and party games.

Well organised party games are a great device for encouraging sociability, helping people to relax and mingle better with their fellow guests.

As a broad outline, when planning party games you should consider

The size of the venue: There is no point in planning a full scale treasure hunt in a 200sq ft apartment. Be realistic about what you can achieve.

Time Available: As we all get older family commitments take over leaving us less time to stay out late. If you and your guests are in that phase of life, tailor the time scale of the games accordingly. Don’t plan long drawn out games that stretch late into the night. Your guests won’t thank you.

Enthusiasm of Guests: In most cases you will know your party guests. Use that knowledge to your advantage and don’t plan games if you know the guests would rather sit and talk. Don’t force party games on unwilling guests.

Age, Gender, etc of Guests: This will have an impact on the type of games that you can use. If your guests are predominantly couples then the games should take that fact into consideration.

Timing: Party games are not held in isolation. They should compliment and dovetail with the other elements of the party. For example if you are planning on serving the food towards the end of the evening then plan the games for a time that will allow you to serve the food at the planned time. There is no point trying to interrupt a game just to serve food.

As the host of the party it will be up to you to lead and manage the party games. People won’t just start playing a game of cards just because you leave a few “decks” lying around. Guests will need encouragement and direction. When leading party games you should be aware of the following principles.

Be Organised: Have a thorough understanding of the games you would like to play and if possible try them out before the party itself

Props: Make sure you have all the material and props you require to play the games

Timing: Plan the introduction of party games for the appropriate time. There is no pint in having “ice-breaker” games as people are planning to leave.

Explanation: Make sure the guests know what the game is about and what they have to do. Some guests may already be familiar with the game but don’t assume all are.

The overall consideration when leading party games is the entertainment of the guests. Make sure the games are suitable for all the guests and are inclusive in nature. Remember you are holding the party so the guests will have a good time. It is not an ego trip or a chance for a select few to engage in games that they enjoy.

In later articles I will go into specific details about individual games including ice breaker games, parlour games, mental games and much more.

Major Mayhem Review

I saw that Adult Swim’s “Major Mayhem” had dropped in price to “Free.” Having never heard of it, I picked it up to check it out. As I started playing it, my first thought was “This game seems a little repetitive, and the Game Center achievements look like they require a TON of play. I probably wont want to play this for very long.”

Over an hour later, the seemingly simple gameplay had challenged me and kept me captivated. And the next day I came back for more. It has missions, achievements, leaderboards, upgrades… pretty much everything a gamer could ask for.

I did a little research, and found out that this game had just released a major update (2.0) which increased the playable modes and switched to the “Freemium” model.

The premise is simple. You are on a vague mission given to you by the President of the United States (The bad guys apparently kidnapped your girlfriend… ?), so you run through three different environments, hide behind trees, and shoot things. It is a rail-based game, so the only movements you really have to control is jumping in the short action sequences that break up the “shooting zones,” if you will.

As your character hides behind obstacles, you tap on the enemies on the screen to lean out and fire at them. You can save hostages, create combos, and even shoot chickens! These things all accumulate coins, which you use to buy items in the shop. If you wanted to take a big step forward without grinding, coins are available as In-App Purchases. I have completed all 3 missions so far without In-App Purchases, so the balance is pretty solid. Sometimes freemium models break the gameplay progression, but I haven’t seen that here.

My only real complaint about the game is the jump feature. You can use two fingers to jump, instead of one to shoot, but that is a little tricky. The other option is to press on the “Jump” icon that shows up at the bottom right of the screen. As a right-handed person, this is tough on the iPad, because I am trying to shoot during a “Run and Gun” section with my right finger, but need to jump. I’d love to have that button at the bottom left so I could use my thumb there to jump.

Despite this minor complaint, the game offers hours of enjoyment through both campaign and quick-play modes. I recommend it, and hey, for a whopping $0.00, what do you have to lose?

I give it 5 grenades out of 5!

Achievements: 100

Points: 930

Major Mayhem Achievements

Are You ADHD?

Drugs or Direction, that is the question….

Yesterday walking through the airport between an eatery and the wireless electronics store there was a big yellow sign that said something like this:

Are you distracted? Do you lose focus easily? Do you forget things? You could have ADHD, send us a text or find us on the web at (some website).

The website isn’t really their site of course. After reading the sign and looking around for a minute it hit me. What better place to try and convince people they have ADHD than an airport. Everyone is either in a hurry so they forget something, or bored out of their mind so they lose focus and are easily distracted.

Our entire society and system of marketing is based on these principles. Is everyone that buys a “keyfinder” an ADHD candidate? Who knows. What I do know is that like all things in life this was another organization looking to recruit candidates in an ideal location. Just about everyone with normal brain function is going to have some level of ADHD. If you have five Starbucks cards in your wallet or do like I do, and drink three 32 oz Diet Cokes before lunch, you might be a higher level of ADHD until the caffeine wears off.

We live in a society filled with distractions. iPods, cell phones, pocket cameras that film HD for You Tube and bright yellow signs with ADHD messages right when you are looking for your lost boarding pass all are designed to keep us distracted. Maybe they are just trying to keep us entertained and busy?

The truth is we live in a world where the absolute need for focus is almost zero. My generation and people younger than me rarely have any kind of dedicated focus. Our parents tell us “you can do anything you want to do”. If we pick something and change our mind, they just say “It’s OK dear.” To make matters worse we live in a “right now” information society. When someone calls us or texts us we are expected to answer right away.

The reality is, until we find what it is that drives us, we will always be a little distracted and out of focus. If we could each just find our true calling and put all of the rest of the distractions in a drawer we would be better off. Some of us get lucky and our parents instill that focus in us like Tiger Woods (sexting aside), and others get lucky and find their passion on their own or by accident..

After seeing a couple of pretty good accidents as a result of texting, I took a hard look at my own cell phone and texting habits in the car. Since then I have stopped answering calls for two reasons. First, I was going into autopilot when on the phone and would sometimes fly right by my off ramp or destination. Any time I saved by answering the call was then lost.

Second and more important I realized that I have so much going on, I couldn’t focus on what I was doing or what I was talking to the person on the other end of the conversation about. This is one where I needed to just take my own advice. Don’t take any calls you aren’t ready to take. If you call and I am on the road, chances are good I will forget any appointment we set or any thing I was supposed to order for you. If I take a your call in the office at the computer, then I am ready, and we both get more out of it.

While writing my book, “So, Now What?” I observed a lot of highly successful people. What I started doing was following the advice I was giving in my book as a result of those observations. I get way more done every day be being prepared to do what I am doing when I am doing it. Life is better this way. It feels slower and you have more time to do what you want to do.

Is it ADHD or lack of self discipline in a world of distractions?

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