"Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants."
- Michael Pollan
Healthy Lifestyle Tips
Mindset Nutrition
  • 30 minutes of alone time each day
  • Write 1-2 things you are grateful for
  • Try 6-4-10 breathing during stressful moments
  • Celebrate accomplishments
  • Eat breakfast every morning
  • Split indulgent treats with a friend
  • Use smaller plates/utensils
  • Limit 1-2 alcoholic beverages per day
  • Hydrate! Drink at least half your bodyweight in ounces of water
Movement Recovery
  • Start a Family Step Challenge using a walking app
  • Aim to get 2-3 workouts per week
  • Get up 30 minutes earlier to work out
  • Move around after dinner
  • Park farther away to get steps
  • Get a sleep routine
  • Get 7-9 hours of sleep each night
  • Stretch 5 minutes daily
  • Avoid electronics 30 minutes before bed
  • Take a power nap

Four Types of Negative Self-Talk
Personalizing Catastrophizing
  • you think it must be because of you
  • you think others don't want to be around you
  • blaming yourself for anything that goes wrong
  • you automatically anticipate the worst
  • you quickly believe that your day is ruined
  • no amount of reason can convince you otherwise
Magnifying Polarizing
  • you magnify the negative aspects of a situation
  • you remove all the positives
  • you only see udone tasks and your shortcomings
  • you see things only as either good or bad
  • there is no middle ground
  • you either have to be perfect or feel like a total failure

Kagi's blog post on the importance and decay of search

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The reason both clients switch windows at the same time is because they are both connected to the same session (the "current window" is an attribute of the session, not the client). What you can do is link one or more windows into multiple different sessions. Since each session has its own "current window", you can then switch windows independently in each session.

The easiest way to use this feature is to use the "grouped sessions" feature of the new-session command:

$ tmux new-session -t 'original session name or number'  

To see the sessions currently available:

$ tmux list-sessions

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