Consolidating everything I know on healthy eating resulted in an extremely simple system–one that anyone could think up if they had a basic understanding of humans and never listened to any food marketing.
Simply put, microdosing is a way to nudge your mind into a flow state without the nasty side effects of coffee or other stimulants.
This is the main reason I (and many others) have found it much more effective and sustainable than caffeine, Adderall, modafinil, or other common work-performance-enhancing drugs.
I’ve always loved the flavor of Kombucha—tea with a bite to it plus some fruit and herb notes. But I’ve never loved how much it costs to get it, or how weak it is.
So I started making my own. What I’ve learned is that it’s stupidly simple to make, you can make it in a week, and you can make it way stronger than what you get in a store.
Most of us suck at sleeping.
It falls into that weird category of things we do every day but don’t know that much about, along with nutrition, exercise, and thinking rationally.
We don’t fully understand what’s going on when we sleep, or why we need the amount we do, but here’s what we do know:
There is tons of low-hanging fruit when it comes to improving you sleep that few people are taking full advantage of.
So let’s take advantage of it.
Most people have a bad mental image of meditation. They see it as something you combine with LSD and Pink Floyd to trip out, or as something that goes with being a vegetarian and yogi, or as something relegated to eastern religion. But none of that’s true, and odds are someone you look up to professionally is already taking advantage of it.