Anthony Newnam
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What do you do out of the ordinary to improve your life?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Corwin Evans Sharp Feb 18, 2013. 35 Replies

I am curious to hear what out of the ordinary things people do to improve their lives. This is a bit of a vague question I know, but there are things in my life that I suggest to people or feel that…Continue

Tags: self-improvement

Electric vs DE razors

Started this discussion. Last reply by Will Rawlings Nov 9, 2012. 9 Replies

HelloFor a long time, I used a trimmer on my face and some disposable razors on my neck. I have now been using a DE razor for a while. I like the outcome, and it feels pretty good, but it is pretty…Continue

New to Tuxedos: looking to buy

Started this discussion. Last reply by Nathanael Feb 18, 2012. 2 Replies

Hello. First post on AoM for me! I am going to be getting married in August, so I started looking at tuxes for the wedding. I thought that it would be nice to buy instead of rent, so I can continue…Continue

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Chu Kim replied to Anthony Newnam's discussion What do you do out of the ordinary to improve your life?
"Organize your time. Be aware of what you are doing, and what time it is. Always try to be engaged in anything beneficial to you, whether it be reading, or exercise, or work. Never be engaged in anything that doesn't strengthen you.…"
Feb 16, 2013
Ross Miller replied to Anthony Newnam's discussion What do you do out of the ordinary to improve your life?
"Interesting post (thanks for the modern tailor reference, never heard of them before) and I like the reply's so here is mine. 1) recently started shaving with a DE razor, which has been amazing. 2) Drive. I love driving, it calms me down and…"
Feb 15, 2013
Karl Helweg replied to Anthony Newnam's discussion What do you do out of the ordinary to improve your life?
Feb 12, 2013
Rick Shelton replied to Anthony Newnam's discussion What do you do out of the ordinary to improve your life?
"Taking Karate with my 5yo son.  He tests for his first belt (first stripe) and I test for my green next month."
Feb 12, 2013
Rick Shelton replied to Anthony Newnam's discussion What do you do out of the ordinary to improve your life?
"put weights at the bottom of the shower curtain or get one that has magnets to stick to the tub (also weights). Alternate solution, wet the tub along the outside wall and plaster the shower curtain to the side of the tub, but leave the far end open…"
Feb 12, 2013
David F. replied to Anthony Newnam's discussion What do you do out of the ordinary to improve your life?
"Heavy Shower Curtain.  We had that until my wife put on a heavy outer curtain.  We stopped having the problem. "
Feb 12, 2013
David F. replied to Anthony Newnam's discussion What do you do out of the ordinary to improve your life?
"Double check your happy light that it is filtering out a section of the blue spectrum.   I am not sure which wave length is the problem of the to of my head.  It fries the eyes over time.  Early adopters of light therapy have started…"
Feb 12, 2013
Dalton McLaughlin replied to Anthony Newnam's discussion What do you do out of the ordinary to improve your life?
"I like to read for about 30 minutes each day. I'm also not talking about commercial fiction books like The Hunger Games or Harry Potter. I actually prefer classic literature like Hemingway, Shakespeare, Dante, etc. This may be one of the most…"
Feb 12, 2013
Dan Sturman replied to Anthony Newnam's discussion What do you do out of the ordinary to improve your life?
"I think part of the modern crazy is caused by replacing fire space out with television. We spaced out in front of the fire at night for tens of thousands of years.  "
Jan 25, 2013
Vytautas replied to Anthony Newnam's discussion What do you do out of the ordinary to improve your life?
"I write letters and use a journal."
Jan 12, 2013
Steve Dallas replied to Anthony Newnam's discussion What do you do out of the ordinary to improve your life?
"I went back to college at 36, now 37 starting semester 4 of 8. Fishing. Mostly being at the coast, just me, the ocean, the waves, the birds, and those damn fish that won't get themselves on my hook, or those days where I am catching non stop.…"
Jan 10, 2013
Carl Monster replied to Anthony Newnam's discussion What do you do out of the ordinary to improve your life?
"I LOVE this movie."
Jan 10, 2013
Will replied to Anthony Newnam's discussion What do you do out of the ordinary to improve your life?
"Hot air rises."
Jan 10, 2013
Jirby replied to Anthony Newnam's discussion What do you do out of the ordinary to improve your life?
"Being "religious" and having a relationship with Christ aren't exactly the same thing. Religion is drab, boring. But really going to learn, worship and fellowship with like-minded people is a different experience. "
Jan 10, 2013
Joseph R. replied to Anthony Newnam's discussion What do you do out of the ordinary to improve your life?
"Hmmm,  - I tried GTD (getting things done) to organize my life, but I found it was too complex for me. So Now I use an app that lets me set up tasks that I need to do for the day. It's helped me be organized between work,school, and the…"
Jan 10, 2013
Anthony Newnam replied to Anthony Newnam's discussion What do you do out of the ordinary to improve your life?
"Great replies! Thanks for the feedback. I agree with others that going to church would be enjoyable, but I am not religious. I wish there were similar groups that weren't tied to the religious ideas. I attended a church in the past with my…"
Jan 10, 2013

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