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this is one of the favourite parts of my regular cycling route, full blurb on
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I have several posts I wrote years ago that are still somewhat read but I no longer hold those views. but I don’t w…
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I hope if humanity doesn’t perish due to self-sabotage and/or climate change, we figure out how to deal with timest…
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what I learned about reading the lives of philosophers is that they changed their minds and contradicted themselves…
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this morning while cycling I semi-waved to a person who flies a kite at the same sport every morning. He smiled bac…
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one of the things I learned late in my life is that many things don’t to be binary (duh). i.e. cycling is a great m…
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just one hour of being screen-free makes a difference to my tired eyes and mind — also because I have almost zero i…
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‘According to Harvard’s Center on the Developing Child, the impacts of experiencing repeated incidents of toxic str…
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I’ve been a advocate for mental health publicly for more than a decade. It can be exhausting, but it is so awesome…
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I wrote about my current obsession with cycling: "Whenever I feel an impulse to stop my bicycle and take a picture,…
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also sometimes self sabotage looks a lot like self sacrifice so people (including myself) think they are being good…
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similarly amazed when my partner doesn’t meltdown when something goes wrong for her/us. great responses here:
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I gained my confidence riding around my neighbourhood with a foldie, I think it helps because it seems…
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To be honest, I would pay a neighbourhood bicycle shop to do these things if I could, but I couldn’t find a good on…
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I changed my bicycle’s grips today. It involved a screwdriver, a broken chopstick, alcohol, some scratches on the h…
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Winnie Lim » When the system fails a child
[tw: suicide] I wrote some thoughts after reading a memoir on losing a child to suicide: I'…
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[tw: suicide] I wrote some thoughts after reading a memoir on losing a child to suicide: I'…
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really cool to be linked on 's hrefhunt: made my week! ;)
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really cool to be linked on 's hrefhunt: made my week! ;)
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sometimes, my old self surprises me.
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it is not easy to notice beauty when we take the same route regularly, so I thoroughly enjoy the moment when I noti…
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I guess even if I hadn’t been sick, the call to move back to Singapore from SF was the right one. I’m grateful to s…
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I’m at 3 too! But you need one for every different terrain/purpose, and every bicycle is fun in its own way…
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it is weird how I thought I didn’t care about tradition or superstition but today I found myself cleaning our house…
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why bother posting a photo online? why take a photo? why do we bother with anything at all? there’s no reason, but…
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I wrote about how I realised how much disproportionate power I consciously or unconsciously assigned to tech, the i…
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I myself am quite impressed with how Gutenberg has evolved. It is pretty cool not having to handcode m…
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It is very difficult to let go of the desire for success when your entire life had been looked down upon because of…
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We would do anything for our passion because for it, we rebelled against the mainstream. The narrative is that we m…
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So we often latch on to the first thing that seems less dysfunctional or allow us the agency we've been deprived. I…
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Untitled (https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1215854387890806784)
Our culture conditions us to believe happiness is built on things like success and status, and the supposed counter…
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yup, and being able to deal with unresolved things is what Keats called "negative capability". It isn't har…
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As someone who has been raised in a dysfunctional culture, it is only obvious on hindsight that happiness is someth…
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Learning to be happy for me has been trying to wipe off the decades old operating system I’ve been installed with,…
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It seems like boundaries are a no-no for asian societies. For chinese, confucian ideals mean putting the group befo…
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I can’t speak for others, but for me, what makes me happy is a little more abstract and yet a little more simple. L…
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We are taught that gratitude = happiness. Privilege = happiness. Success = happiness. Accomplishments = happiness.…
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So for years I didn’t allow myself to contemplate that I was unhappy. I really didn’t want to lose the success I’ve…
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So for decades I hung on to my passion for design and my identity as a designer. There were countless nights I work…
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I was reading in bed. I kept hearing feet shuffling behind me, so I thought my partner was walking in and out. Fina…
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not attention span per se, but the willingness to stick around and see if you can solve a challenging pr…
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yes though computer/video games give this practice a much higher frequency and complexity. Unless the…
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I thought the idea of a recovery ride was made up by people who can’t stop cycling for a day so they cycle slower a…
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I have a hypothesis that I have a smaller problem solving capacity compared to people who played video/computer gam…
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“The violence of positivity does not deprive, it saturates; it does not exclude, it exhausts.”
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got a second-hand bicycle for food delivery a few months ago, got obsessed with making light upgrades, now thinking…
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confrontation head-on may bring worse repercussions, just that prolonged avoidance cause an increased anxie…
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thank you for the support | wynlim on Patreon
after months of anxiety I've finally updated my Patreon page () and sent out an update:
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I wrote my new year's post on my pursuit of non-pursuing: "If you love life, there is joy in purely being alive. If…
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I tend to forget what I have written, and today I was surprised to find that this was still relevant:
"Can I find m…
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“Depression is a response to past loss, and anxiety is a response to future loss.”
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"Most people don’t like one another’s unhappiness very much. Few can cope with the idea of a depression divorced fr…
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"In much the same way, the brain that has gone into depression a few times will continue to return to depression ov…
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"Being upset, even profoundly upset, is a temporal experience, while depression is atemporal."
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"It was hellishly embarrassing to tell people I was depressed, when my life seemed to have so much good and love an…
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"Ultimately, this results in lesions to the hippocampus and the amygdala, a loss of neuronal networking tissue. The…
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what a sentence: “Grief is depression in proportion to circumstance; depression is grief out of proportion to circu…
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cool! I tried with a few ipad apps and they became mentally tiring, I guess it is because it is designed li…
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it is actually originated as post on how I enjoy working on my website slowly, but it evolved into this l…
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wrote a new essay (featuring art by my partner ): "Oliver Sacks wrote that gardens are powerful in healing…
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the world is a lot easier to understand when one realises everyone is neurotic in their own way and projects their…
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9 weeks ago
winniel.im
so I bought in case .org implodes (). Should I trust:
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my partner painted this to accompany the post:
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RT : A thread about Internet Archive's "Silent Killer" and why you should both donate to this month (…
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“Thomas More was so horrified by the vanity and greed of people in power, who think their ‘own fart smells sweet’ b…
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FWIW I think it is impt to create obscure stuff. 1. historically impt stuff are sometimes unpopular in their times,…
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yes! I actually wrote a post years ago that contained that quote and other simila…
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it is meaningful for me to go from feeling I can connect to zero people in the world to at least 20 people somewher…
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for people used to viral numbers (even for me I had 10k+ views on Medium before) 20-40 uniques are like miniscule.…
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my numbers are small (I mean I mostly write about my terrible health and my existential search). On average, perhap…
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so after monitoring my analytics for a few months it turns out the social media response on my posts is only 10-20%…
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for years I stoically didn't want a measure to affect my writing. but it does affect me subconsciously, especially…
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offline writing? timehop style reminders? I would love if it could surface patterns...I keep writing about…
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I did it mostly because I was building a personal learning library and I was curious to see if anyone would find it…
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so for a long time I avoided putting any form of analytics on my public journal because I didn't want it to impact…
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