If I had to make a list of my top favorite things about being alive, one of them would be the ability to learn new things every day. I’m naturally curious, and when I find something I’m interested in, I want to learn as much as I can about it. I think this is the reason why social media is fascinating to many people. Twitter is an endless stream of interesting tidbits of information to learn about. If you’re like me though, you prefer to learn in some ways instead of others.
There are a lot of misconceptions about entrepreneurship. One of the biggest ones I can think of is with regard to time. Many people think that since an entrepreneur might work from home, he or she has lots of extra time. That is a huge misconception. The successful entrepreneurs I know have been forced to become time management superheroes in order to fit everything into their schedules.
It doesn’t surprise me that humans want to share their love of wearables with their furry friends. After all, it seems only fair to let our cats and dogs join in on the fun that wearable tech can offer. When I read about this, I knew I had to blog about it for @mistygirlph and @bittymom, the two biggest cat lovers I know.
Biohacking, or DIY biology using a hacker’s mindset, has been in the news a lot over the past few years. Even though the name sounds kinda scary, the concept is appealing. It’s all about learning how to become a better and more efficient version of yourself by changing your body in ways that most people wouldn’t try. It’s an experience-based type learning about science and biology, and it’s fascinating.
I’ve heard of people biohacking their eyes before. Heck, I’ve heard of people giving themselves eyeball tattoos. But this is the first time I’ve heard of an eyeball biohack that turns you into a superhero. Imagine this – you get an injection in your eyeballs and then within the hour, you have night vision. It’s only temporary, but still, wouldn’t that be useful?
A person’s age and how it affects their attitudes and decisions fascinates me. I’ve written about it many times. We all have two ages. We have an online age, and then of course there is our physical age. It doesn’t matter to me if someone is 18 or 80, if that person is interesting, I’ll talk to him or her online. However, we all leave clues that hint to our actual age. You can read more about that in How Your Blog Posts and Social Media Posts Give Away Your Age.