I have completed compiling my resolutions list for myself, though it will be a few more days by the time I get them transferred to here for documentation. That’s because I did them by hand like I said should be done in the Resolutions Planner I created and shared. Looking at my list, most are habit oriented, like sleeping so much so often (that is a challenge for the active me), intermittent fasting, spending frequency, and so on. They don’t really yield a tangible outcome on their own, but rather support one, if at all. While that may be great, to have a healthy me, money in the bank, and so on, the results aren’t directly the sole outcomes of these efforts, and even how much for attribution would be debatable. Fear not, no, fret not, no frown not? I still have some tangible outcomes on my resolutions list, and they are like checklist style items that many resolutions are like for most people.
A fascinating cultural article that isn’t just about Japanese culture. They’re just an extreme case.
Tiny involuntary facial tics that can give away a person’s true emotions
Read the Air
Pick up on unspoken rules governing social life
Involuntary Emotional Leakage
Tiny involuntary facial tics that betrays a person’s true emotions
High and Low Context Cultures
Cultures where context matters a lot or a little relative to what is said and/or done (Japan is high context)
This post contains explicit language and wicked humour, but justified, so if you are allergic to either, please read something else. 😉