So much to learn. So little time. So what now?

“Learning is a treasure that will follow its owner everywhere.”

– Chinese Proverb

There’s something truly magical about finally unlocking a new concept or skill, and being able to use it for the very first time. Or finding yourself blissfuly lost and absorbed in the practice of a skill you once only dreamed of possessing.

It’s one of the greatest joys in the world, if you ask me.
It’s just a shame there isn’t time to do it all…

I don’t want to have to give up learning a language to make time for exercise…
or drop my training routine to make time to study music…
or give up on music to make time for my work…
or sacrifice time spent with friends and family for any of it!

Sound like a familiar problem?

What do you do when your curiosity and passion for learning are endless, but your time and resources are not?

If I knew the answer to that question, I’d be one happy man. Alas… I do not.

Not yet, anyways.

So, my temporary answer is to create this blog, a place where I can share with you my thoughts on learning and lifestyle design, as well as useful techniques and resources I come across in my quest to answer once and for all: How best to live a balanced, healthy and productive life, while still being free to pursue your passions, whichever direction they may pull.

Therefore, MuchToLearn.Life is more than a blog about learning better; It’s about living better.

More specifically, it’s about living in a way that both supports and is enriched by continuous growth and development, while maintaining a healthy balance between living in the now and striving for the future.

It’s a lofty goal. I know.

So, where does a guy start?

Well, as Lao Tzu once put it so well, “The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.”

So I’ll start with step one.

Step one: Post.

See you on the other side.

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