Every time you switch your focus from one thing to another, there’s something called a switch-cost. You’re not able to think as deeply on something when you’re being distracted every few minutes. And thinking deeply is where real insights come from.
— Dr. Earl Miller, professor of neuroscience at M.I.T.
We wanted to make the best for the most for the least.”
— Charles and Ray Eames
“Experiences become a part of our identity. We are not our possessions, but we are the accumulation of everything we’ve seen, the things we’ve done, and the places we’ve been.”
Excerpt from “You Should Spend Your Money on Experiences, Not Things” by Travis Bradberry
A problem difficult at night is resolved in the morning after the committee of sleep has worked on it.
— John Steinbeck
I am very font of you
because you’re just my type.
I am always doing what I cannot do yet,
in order to learn how to do it.
– Vincent Van Gogh