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6b3de No.606[Reply]

Are you ready for a new challenge?
Become hard like the SS warriors were. Life is hard, so its your duty to become hard as well. Harden your mind, harden your body.

>abstain from porn and masturbation
>Work out atleast 3 times a week, get fit
>No alcohol, no drugs, no smoking, vaping etc
>Read books
>look after yourself every single day. You decide your own actions
>Pray and meditate. Doesn't matter if you're Christian or Pagan

Bump this thread if you're in. We start tomorrow
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53d82 No.814

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Let's go Kamerad

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022c8 No.11[Reply]

The key cornerstone of self improvement is developing mastery over our habits. We all have good and bad habits.

Bad habits are like little grabblers, gremlins that steal time, energy and results from us.

Good habits are like Arno Breker statues; inspiring, strong and full of zest.

1. Which bad habits have you diminished in your life in the last year?
2. Which good habits have you grown in the last year?
3. Which grabbler are you going to weaken in the month to come?
4. Which breker are you going to build in the month to come?
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9bba3 No.689

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>1. Which bad habits have you diminished in your life in the last year?
Selfhatred and hopelessness, althought I still need to do much work on that topic
>2. Which good habits have you grown in the last year?
Working out and mental growth by reading Books from Lists I got from /pol/. Greatly improved my discussion tactics and "ammunition". Too bad most people cant discuss and only use whataboutism, strawmans and namecalling anyway. Have been able to redpill people in my circle aswell
>3. Which grabbler are you going to weaken in the month to come?
Videogame addiction is by far my biggest grappler. Dont know how or if I can even destroy them but I will be really busy this winter so ill abuse that to force myself. Honestly Im sure I will never be videogame free but i should limit it A LOT
>4. Which breker are you going to build in the month to come?
Not sure if that counts but im activly searching for a GF and potential wife. Been lonely and since im only getting older I feel like my time is running out. Never chased girls because of my Autism and generally being uninterested so im still completly unexperienced. Wish me luck frens

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d98fc No.808[Reply]

Drop it now.

Turns Out, Soda is Even Worse For You Than We Thought
You knew the sugary drink wasn't good for you, but just how bad it is for your health may shock you.

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790b7 No.815

I never did Alcohol, smoked Cigarettes, Weed or whatever, never did Drugs and im currently stopping Porn.
Something is neccesary to cope, and my cope is Soda

67b01 No.816

>49.3% of U.S. adults drank at least one sugar-sweetened beverage, like soda, on any given day.
thats actually insane.

1559f No.817

>Something is necessary to cope
Cope with failure or succeed your choice. The sugar will kill you and dumb you down faster than anything else will

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8fb58 No.811[Reply]

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53a58 No.744[Reply]

Oldfag here, in my late 30's. I was browsing this board and thought I'd drop some knowledge to my younger frens here that took me years to learn the hard way on my own. I was going to post this in /biz/ but the more I thought, I came to the realization that finances can put a lot of stress on a person by affecting their mental state, motivation, relationships, etc. Gaining control of your finances early in life is tantamount to your success later in life - both financially and mentally. Regardless of whether you are a wagie or not right now, the habits you develop managing what little money you do have at the moment properly will set you up for success once you have a career and some serious funds to work with.

Some background on me: late 30's, married, kids, house and a pretty good job. My parents were middle class growing up, both of my parents coming from lower-to-middle class income households when they were growing up. With that being said, my parents never had a real grip on their own finances, let alone the wisdom to pass on any tips or best practices to me. Therefore, the little advice that they did give me was usually shit. Not by their own fault, just by their lack of knowledge and their own poor financial upbringing. My parents always seemed to be playing catchup. Nigger rich one day, tight finances the next. The one thing they always did was their best to support the household and help out their kids but they could never seem to help themselves.

Having my own kids now, I look to break that cycle of zero financial knowledge and instill the knowledge of every financial mistake and good move that I've ever made into my children. It seems to be working.

Below I'll drop some bullet points of Do's and Don'ts (both as a parent and a young adult) from my perspective and personal experience. I'm not a financial adviser or by any means ultra wealthy, I'd consider myself comfortable. I know one thing for sure, I'd be a lot more comfortable and have a lot more wealth if hindsight was 20/20 and I had a little roadmap when I was starting out. This isn't a comprehensive list, just some thoughts and tips. If I think of more I'll add them later.

>Work Ethic: The one good thing my parents did (and that I am doing with my kids) is instill a good work ethic and lead by example. At 14 it was mandatory to get a job in my parent's household and I continued that tradition with my kids. Learning the value of m
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3d05b No.756

You're asking a question not many people have the answer to. Please share if you have it.

Good post OP, I never knew about compartmentalized savings accounts but I can't wait to open one.

27373 No.757

If rural, why not try to live off the land. If you have a knife and an axe, you can make a bow, and hunt game and forage. Also, try to negotiate with the ER to reduce the cost. Obviously, they are not a charity, but it is kind of absurd that they "treated" you for a heartache over money. If they refuse, you could threaten to sue them for malpractice if they knew about the money before treatment.

5b02c No.810

based and dadpilled, some frens may not have this advice so thanks

what i'd really like to know is how to acquire property without doing any credit, debt, or mortgage. I could build credit quite easily, but won't on principle. most landlords are boomer fags, most bankers are kikes. giving money to either is wrong, but if everyone stopped taking out mortgages we'd be in a much better place as a race.

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103db No.792[Reply]

Feeling like I'm going insane,
no matter where I go, degenaracy around every corner. Not even only online. Going outside is like a circus fucking fat pigs, naked woman, fag flags everywhere the images of woman in disgusting way and I don't know why but everything is so ugly. The consumer culture. No matter where I am,
No matter when. A swine is there.
This city is making me insane with its bright white led lights and cancerous changes.
That's the city of Rotterdam.

I think I'm going insane,
how to improve myself and not go insane in this city.
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9f119 No.800

I have the same problem…

0b5c6 No.802


Oké mijn negerlander.

Last year I too was in Rotterdam, in fact I have some friends there!

My suggestion is have a change of scenery.

Perhaps a trip to Switzerland might help you? I would suggest somewhere south Bern canton. Around Interlaken. Great around this time of year. Maybe you can ask a farmer there about his cows?

You can take the TGV and Thalys from Rdam to Paris and from there to Basel, and then down south through the Bern canyon (or take the DB, you filthy Rijnlander!)

If that’s too far, go to the Flemish coast! Or maybe Groenigen? Friesland? I would highly suggest rural Sweden too!

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0b5c6 No.803

What state ? I’ll give some tips !

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ff66d No.761[Reply]

I am getting back on that self improvement horse after I think 4 years. There is a lot of justification I could do and big plans I could share before they're concrete but that's all I wanted to share for now. Thanks frens.

642de No.763

i almost bought devil juice but i noped out in the parking lot. i dont need that beer in my life.

3aeb2 No.801

It's been a week and I'm still following my plan. It feels good. Life and stuff has gotten in the way a bit, but this is going to work.
Definitely would recommend getting back on that horse if you've fallen off. Learn from it. There's no shame in building a good foundation again.

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3253d No.788[Reply]

How does one quit drugs for good
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ef743 No.790

by naming ((()))

7c067 No.793

swear to god

bd442 No.794

Youve got to constantly keep yourself busy with something else.

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231b0 No.481[Reply]

ITT, We share our progress in self-improvement
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286b2 No.783

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Tests or Questions like this always make me envy or make me hate myself. Autism truly is a curse

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e1d9b No.787

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Nah that's how everyone feels about this stuff. It's why you can't talk about a woman's age or man's income.

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ac1a1 No.784[Reply]

EAT WHAT YOU GREAT GRANDMA ATE (+ protein if you can)

"Everyone has a little bit of zyzz in them every fucking cunt out there you're a fucking sick cunt if you wanna be brah"

ac1a1 No.785

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