Simply Good Life — The King of Exercises | Be Charming | Virtual Museums
Hi friends, here is your weekly dose of “Simply Good Life”, a newsletter that tries to make your day a little bit better and help you to grow personally and professionally. Enjoy!
Unfortunately, there’s no secret formula to being charming. But there are certain habits you can easily learn to appear more charming. One of them is the usage of names in conversations.
Find out more ways to appear more charming below.
Kettlebell Swings — The King of Exercises
If you were looking for the single perfect exercise — one that would not only burn a ton of calories, burn fat, build muscle, as well as improve your posture and keep you from getting low back pain — you’d need to look at the kettlebell swing.
Put more simply, the swings hit just about everything besides your pectorals (chest muscles). Add some pushups to your routine and you’ve covered the whole body.
I do kettlebell swings regularly. This exercise keeps me from getting low back pain, that I tend to have quite often without this exercise.
What is Life?
I’m curious. How does this quote make you feel?
Does it motivate you? Does it make you feel powerful?
“Life can be much broader, once you discover one simple fact, and that is that everything around you that you call ‘life’ was made up by people that were no smarter than you. And you can change it, you can influence it, you can build your own things that other people can use. Once you learn that, you’ll never be the same again.” Tools of Titans by Timothy Ferriss
Last week, one of my favorite newsletters Recomendo recommended the fantastic website Google Arts and Culture. It hosts some of the best virtual museums in the world. They’ve scanned many thousands of the world’s masterpieces at super high resolution. So you can get very very close to the art — much closer than one could in a physical museum. Check the quality it presents art there. Discover the colors in Van Gogh’s “The Starry Night” or maybe the beauty in Gustav Klimt’s famous painting “The Kiss” — two of my favorite paintings.
Zoom Into Van Gogh’s ‘The Starry Night’ — Google Arts & Culture — artsandculture.google.com
Get up close to the iconic nightscape from New York’s MoMA
Quote I Love
If you don’t know how to feel about your progress in life, keep asking yourself the following question.
“What’s the me in 10 years going to think about what I did today?”
Have a fantastic day, all