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Every Day is Equal

Yesterday was Christmas. I spent it in New Jersey with my parents, sister, aunt, uncle, and three of my cousins. We played board games (Scattergories!), ate Christmas dinner together, and I "helped" my cousins play with their new toys they got for Christmas.

And then, in between those events, I did two hours of Japanese practice and also spent time writing content for Life Nomadic.

I have a lot of good habits as well as a lot of bad habits, but one of my best is that I treat every day equally.

Induction vs Deduction: the Problem with IQ Tests

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“Write down as many different uses that you can think of for the following objects:

1. a brick

2. a blanket”

The above is an excerpt from Malcolm Gladwell's Outliers, a book I had been wanting to read for a very long time. He is discussing IQ tests and their ability to gauge intelligence. Of course, problem is, how does one define "intelligence"?

There are two types of people: those who divide the world into two types, and those that don't. Seriously though, sometimes dichotomies prove useful in the construction of mental concepts, so here's another:

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