A list of lists
I do these roundup posts because I think it can promote more engagement.
1. Early morning mindset
A list by @Ayo. Starting each day with a positive outlook is important. Feel a sense of dread 5 days a week is not a great life. Create a path or make whatever changes you need to get to the point of being excited for tomorrow. It's ok if it takes a while to get to that point.
2. A national sales tax?
A list by @eyegor. My comment on his list: The idea of being regressive is important. Done incorrectly, it would hurt lower income people. I think there's a way to exempt groceries, meds, utilities and any sort of fuel to make it less regressive and then maybe figure a way where the first $10,000 of spending avoids the tax somehow.
3. 10 activities I tried as a kid and gave up on
A list by @lovingkindnesscomedy. This is a productive thing to think about for many reasons. Included on my list would be karate, baseball and the clarinet.
4. Things I used to enjoy
A list by @easymoneyme. Similar to number 3, a good way to take inventory of how you're evolving.
5. Simple Things In Which to Find Pleasure
A list by @DonnKing. There's a fancy word that escapes me for what Donn is describing. Decluttering (on Donn's list) is one for me. Not on his list that I enjoy in an odd way are shoveling snow and getting firewood.
6. 10 great window shortcuts to know
A list by @wyip. I bookmarked this one.