Dear reader,

Every new blog needs a first post, an introduction. This is mine.

Thank you. Bye!

Kidding. I’m going to start with a quote:

A good plan violently executed now is better than a perfect plan executed next week. – George Patton

Disclaimer: I personally like to plan everything down to the last detail, so you can imagine that this quote kinda goes against my very soul, however, it is a piece of advice I’m following right now, by starting this blog. I have a very long to-do list and a step-by-step plan that needs to be implemented for the success of this project, with scheduled posts and creative time put aside for writing and daily quotes to keep you motivated. Everything I’ve just mentioned is simply an idea. An ideal. Nothing is actually done or scheduled or written down, because of the usual reasons: timing isn’t right, and the writing isn’t flawless and everything needs to be perfect.

Yet, despite this, if I don’t start now, I will continue to find excuses. And excuses are a powerful force. How many times have you put off doing something because it wasn’t the right time? Or you kept finding problems with a plan you had, thought so much about it, that you simply decided it wasn’t worth the effort? How many excuses did you make?

This will be the first lesson/idea of this blog.

If you have an idea, a plan, a passion, if you want to do something, just start doing it. Right now. No excuses, no second thoughts. Life may not be short, but it is short enough and problems will always come up. Start small and work from there, you can always improve as you go.

Start now. 

Have a eudemonic week!

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