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3 communication pit falls

A quick read on better communication.

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Travel First Aid Kit

I’ll be building one of these for my backpack.

https://www.artofmanliness.com/health-fitness/health/the-essential-travel-first-aid-kit/

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DNS prevented attacks

An interesting way to track malicious campaigns. I always set customer DNS to Quad9 or 1.1.1.2 to add 1 extra layer of protection.

https://krebsonsecurity.com/2022/03/report-recent-10x-increase-in-cyberattacks-on-ukraine/

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Give your family your best

In short, be as nice to those close to you as you are to random strangers.

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5 Ways to Simplify Your Life

A great list to distill time.

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Get positive

While I haven’t fact checked them all, here’s a great list to pull from to help yourself or others.

https://www.positivityblog.com/new-day-quotes/

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Simplified personal thought logging

Here’s a great take on a way to keep thoughts in a way that can be later referenced.

https://sive.rs/plaintext

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Docker setup

Install Docker and Docker Compose

Install and setup Portainer

Install extra templates: https://www.reddit.com/r/selfhosted/comments/gyltsd/the_selfhostedpro_and_nashosted_portainer_app/

Install NGinx Proxy Manager or Let’s Encrypt

Start pushing out containers

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How to Want Very Little : zen habits

There’s a part of today’s consumerist world that drives us to want more, buy more, act on our impulses, hoard, spend to solve our problems, create comfort through shopping, seek thrills through travel, do more, be more.

What would happen if we broke from our addiction to wanting and buying more?

What would life be like if we didn’t need all that?

via How to Want Very Little : zen habits.

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A Healthy Way to Aspire to a Better Life : zen habits

Here’s the method in summary:

Notice your dissatisfaction.
Notice your ideals that you’re holding tightly to.
Loosen your hold on these ideals, and turn to the present moment.
Really see the present moment with curiosity, find something to appreciate.
Accept the present moment completely, with love.
From this place of peace, respond, take action. It might be toward an aspiration, or not, but it’s a response from a good place.
This method takes a lot of practice, and I’m still not very good at it. I enjoy the practice, though.

via A Healthy Way to Aspire to a Better Life : zen habits.