Unedited Photos I Took For You: My Uncle Isagani’s Cats, Dog, and Butterflies and Dragonfly In His Countryside Garden

Unedited Photos I Took For You: My Uncle’s Cats, Dog, and Butterflies and Dragonfly In His Countryside Garden

I’m Listening to The Beatles Penny Lane song for so many times while doing this cool eustress work and it’s really rockin’ me, making me upbeat, productive, and is making me alive and kicking 🙂

I highly suggest that you listen to The Beatles Penny Lane song for so many times. You can do it through youtube.com because I’m using youtube.com as one of my very effective productivity tool.

They are all often with me when I’m thinking, reading, and writing in this countryside:

 

 

close up red dragonfly

house writing

big grasshopper

grasshopper book

grasshopper dictionary

grasshopper

two dragonfly

grasshopper tony

butterfly small

dog

dog 2

cat

cat 7

cat 6

cat 5

cat 4

cat 3

butterfly 3

butterfly spider

cat 2

butterfly 2

butterfly

reading writing

writing

 

 

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Most Recently, I’m Reading the Writings of Ryan Holiday Offline and Online

Most Recently, I’m Reading the Writings of Ryan Holiday Offline and Online

Takeaway from Ryan Holiday which is somehow unique the first time I read it:

Growth hacking had made “marketing” irrelevant, or at the very least it had completely rewritten its best practices.

Instead, we will focus on the mindset—-it’s far and away the most important part.

“I prefer the discipline of knowledge to the anarchy of ignorance. We pursue knowledge the way a pig pursues truffles.”    —-David Ogilvy

An introduction to growth hacking by Ryan Holiday.

Elvis Presley – Jailhouse Rock (COLOR and ORIGINAL TRUE STEREO) – Jailhouse Rock Movie

Elvis Presley – Jailhouse Rock (COLOR and ORIGINAL TRUE STEREO) – Jailhouse Rock Movie

At last after many years, I listened and watched again many times at youtube.com Elvis Presley – Jailhouse Rock (COLOR and ORIGINAL TRUE STEREO) – Jailhouse Rock Movie

Prior to listening and watching again after many years Elvis Presley this time, I was watching and listening to Bruno Mars, Justin Timberlake, and The Weeknd.

Honestly, I’m habitually dancing when I’m typing/writing because youtube.com is giving me so many options when it comes to music. Music keeps me going .

Elvis Presley’s Jailhouse Rock is making me smile. He’s a Cool Eustress.

The more than a hundred kilometer of travel today and tonight and all the organic Superfood I ate today and tonight is nearly making me Superhuman although I only have three hours of sleep. I went for the first time on today’s morning in one of the organic farms of Dr. Domingo Angeles. It’s a cool eustress farm, tens of thousands of Miracle Fruits/Berries surrounded me 🙂

Do you know what a Miracle Fruit/Berry is?

It’s Only Now I Use The Internet After More Than 20 Days

It’s Only Now I Use The Internet After 20 Days

by Byron M. Vidal

There are many upside and downside for not using the internet for more than 20 days.

I came up with many writings and I’m prioritizing the many essentials of life by not using the internet for more than 20 days. I will post them one by one or one at a time on my next posts.

You can also truly enjoy life without the use of internet or without the use of some things that you are hooked or addicted, which is somehow unknowingly to you that you are already hooked or addicted to them.

Thank you.

Using The Internet Only After Many Days Or Weeks, Or Even Only After Months For So Many Years Is Serving Me Well

Using The Internet Only After Many Days Or Weeks, Or Even Only After Months For So Many Years Is Serving Me Well

By Byron M. Vidal

Why?

Because you will truly learn to be compassionate and grateful of your overall human existence. That’s why I’m challenging and convincing you now to experience it yourself.

You can email me about your first hand experience about this post because if you are truly honest to yourself you will somehow admit that you truly feel good about yourself.

Everything’s Gonna Be All Right by doing this priceless exercise yourself. I’m listening to Bob Marley’s music while making this post for you and for myself. Listening to Bob Marley’s music is an effective tool for me to write more for you and for myself.

Don’t Worry About A Thing Because Every Little Thing Is Gonna Be All Right, straight from Bob Marley’s music. This is my message to you, from Bob Marley too.

Using The Internet Only After Many Days Or Weeks, Or Even Only After Months For So Many Years Is Serving Me Well Because It’s An Example Of A Cool Eustress.

I’m not only writing for you and for myself but also to all the people around the world who are doing this priceless act relentlessly.

You and I are using the internet for effective reasons and actions. We are using the internet for effective reasons and actions. Internet is truly a wonderful tool for all of us.

Experiencing your priceless life without the internet for many days or weeks, or even months is also a wonderful experience. Words are not enough to describe it. Feel it yourself.

Experience to make and drink your true coffee with Kangen water when you are reading a good book, writing your thoughts, and doing your proper exercise that truly fits you. Your Cool Eustress.

My true coffee nowadays is Arabica true coffee from Benguet province, Philippines combined with Barako true coffee from Batangas province, Philippines. I was told this combination is called Espresso coffee. I also combine this combination to Palm Civet True Coffee also known as Alamid coffee.

All of my true coffee beans are roasted and grounded within a week and I consume all of them in less than a month for its true freshness and true health benefits. True coffee at its best which is only giving you best results because when it comes to true coffee I’m not settling for less than the extraordinary, only the best true coffee.

The only water I’m using for my true coffee is true spring or mountain water from Taytay Falls, Mount Cristobal, town of Majayjay, Laguna province, Philippines or Kangen Water.

Seth Godin wrote, “When was the last time you did something for the first time?”

So many people nowadays are missing the true essentials of life. They are missing the beauty of making adjustments in life. They are missing the true wonders of Cool Eustress.

Just Do It. Your Cool Eustress.

5 Things Every Aspiring Reader and Writer Must Know

5 Things Every Aspiring Reader and Writer Must Know

by Byron M. Vidal

There is a reader and writer in all of us. However, most of us are hesitant to read one book, one novel and much more write one blog, one story or two because we do not feel confident that we would be able to give justice to the work that we do. We can’t even begin that first sentence because we often believe that this craft is only for those who are born with the skill to do it. I have listed down some thoughts that I believe an aspiring reader and writer must have in order to begin their journey towards pursuing these crafts. Here it goes.

  1. Believe that ONE OF THE GREATEST READERS AND WRITERS OF ALL TIME is you.
  2. There’s no magic or mystery to reading and writing as a worthy pursuit of a lifetime. Some people say it’s just habitual reading and clear writing. Others say that reading and writing requires special talents and little-known techniques. The truth is it lies somewhere in the middle. It takes certain skills and knowledge to do it. But with just a few key strategies and tools, even the beginner can read and write beneficially.
  3. It’s nearly impossible to get through the day without reading and writing in any kind of language or dialect, at least to some extent. It’s a small and big part of your life, whether you like it or not.
  4. There are so many times that one action and one book can make all the difference in your life. That one action is reading and writing, small steps win big.
  5. Read and write from yourself. Learn from yourself.

I’d love to share the story of J.J. Holcom from the book entitled “The Writer Within” by Larry Bloom. His little essay of life in the aisles of a grocery store, the first piece he ever wrote, which earned him $250. At that time J.J. Holcom didn’t know he was writing an essay when he responded to an article written about grocery shopping. He was writing a letter to the editor on notebook paper. It gave such an astonishing look inside a big store and so brimming with good humor that he decided it should not be published as a letter. It deserved a page of its own.

And so J.J. Holcom received the call, and heard the question writers are dying to hear: “What’s your Social Security number?” It was then we learned that J.J, a genuine Hartford Wit*, had never made it past the eleventh grade. Moreover, when he was in school, he had serious problems with writing; it was one of his weakest subjects. He always wrote awkwardly and ineffectively in the manner that teachers had insisted on. It was only years later, when he took pencil in hand and scribbled himself-consciously, thinking he was only writing a letter to the editor, that the real passionate, persuasive expression – the natural voice – of J.J. Holcom emerged.”

Go get that paper and pen and write down your thoughts. Start that journey armed with all these positive thoughts and be the reader and writer you wish to be. Just do it.

*Connecticut Wit, any of a group of Federalist poets from Hartford, Connecticut., who collaborated to produce a considerable body of political satire just after the American Revolution. (definition: Encyclopedia Britannica)