About

My name is Kevin, and I am a college student studying computer science and physics. This blog arose from my fascination with living well and personal productivity, an obsession that blossomed after taking a class in my sophomore spring that focused on how to live a good life, featuring readings from Plato, Aristotle, and Jonathan Haidt. Since then, I have been continually inspired by reading things like Lifehacker, Study Hacks, Getting Things Done, and anything by Dale Carnegie. I hope to share the strategies I’ve learned from the perspective of a student, as well as add my own thoughts on what it means to live a good life.

I really enjoy hearing about how people live productively and well, and I invite you to share your own thoughts in the comments.

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8 thoughts on “About

  1. I really like the concept behind your blog and it is definitely interesting readings about other people’s ideas! Many thanks and good luck with the blog!

  2. I find it awesome that you study the so called “hard” science but you still take time to read and write proficiently. As a fellow college student I find it awesome that you post as often as you do. I just started so I have posted a lot due to that early blogging excitement but already with finals coming up its getting harder to post consistently.

    • Thank you! I hope I can keep posting, since it’s a lot of fun, and I hope you find the time to blog as well. It’s always interesting to hear from other college bloggers.

      • True, us college bloggers need to stick together. Otherwise we can’t compete against the years of experience older bloggers bring to the table. But I do love blogging, gives me something to do besides facebook

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