Reddit Asks the Question: 'What is Something You Did That Greatly Improved the Quality of Your Life?'
Now, obviously—obviously—the only person to turn to when you need life advice is that fiery maverick of original insight, Jordan Peterson. But sometimes you’re not ready for the really high-level stuff like ‘maybe tidy your room a bit’, and there’s no shame in that. Alex Honnold didn’t just go straight to El Capitan, he worked his way up to it, patiently and methodically. So before you tackle something so monumental like a Jordan Peterson book, maybe take a little while to paddle in the shallow depths first. Just a short while. You know, until 12 Rules for Life has transitioned from hardback to paperback. And then from paperback to ‘bargain bin’. And then book to draught excluder.
Anywho, here’s some lovely Reddit content to tide you over until then, from an AskReddit thread about habits that greatly increased Redditors’ lives, that they wish they had implemented sooner. You can check out the full thread here, but below are some sage highlights:
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