Fragments from imaginary dialogues
“An important component of my Life-Art/Design is looking for ways to stack [<link; medium read] various aspects of my life – as a means to increase life-density [<link; medium read] – and turning them into habits.”
“What’s one of your latest life-stackings?”
“Retrospectively, one of the most important life-stackings of my life, which I implemented a while ago – long before learning the life-stacking model from Katie Bowman – was thinking while writing. That is, thinking in writing.
Thinking + Writing
That’s how I set the course to becoming a Writer, without realizing it at the time.
One of the more recent life-stackings was thinking while moving.
Thinking + Moving
I implemented this as a means to introduce more movement in my life. During every break – which I take religiously – I go for a little walk and reflect on the time-block prior to the break.
One of the most recent life-stackings was doing my end-of-the-day reflection while moving.
Thinking + Moving + Writing
Every single day, at the end of the day, I take a half-an hour walk carrying a note-book with me, during which I reflect on the day past.”
“Why reflect both during breaks and at the end of the day?”
“Immediately after, the details are fresh in your mind. Moreover, more frequent reflection means faster iteration.”