Some Things Just Aren’t Worth It

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“There are two types of habits: ones which comfort us, and ones which would be a comfort if we stopped.” – Catherine Pulsifer When searching for a new “life hack,” you’re hoping for a cheat code to propel you to the next level of this game called life. You want a new shortcut that will usher you towards stacks of money, six-pack abs, abundant free time, career advancement, meaningful relationships, etc. But here’s a secret – effective hacks often aren’t secret pathways to what’s missing in your life. Instead of sweeping changes to your current practices, the best hacks are…...

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Adrian Potter Adrian S. Potter is an author, engineer, consultant, and public speaker. He writes poetry, short fiction, essays, and articles on a variety of subjects including creativity and personal growth. He is the author of the poetry collection Everything Wrong Feels Right. Adrian’s words have appeared in Roads & Bridges Magazine, LILIPOH, North American Review, and Kansas City Voices.