Good Things are Tedious

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Anything good in life requires a little monotonous maintenance.

  • Learning a new skill?
  • Developing a new muscle?
  • Desiring a long-term relationships?

All of these require tedious maintenance activities at times. It’s this intentionality, repetition, and persistence that eventually lead to the outcome we desire, though.

Stay at it!

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Software engineer and wellness advocate. My opinions are my own.

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Erik Andersen

Erik Andersen

Software engineer and wellness advocate. My opinions are my own.

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