Who doesn't fancy not having to worry about overshooting their monthly cellular data limit imposed by those greedy and monopolistic carrier companies, costing the average mobile user tens of dollars each recurring month? This silly hack might be something no telco wants consumers to know about...
Like in all viable and long lasting relationships, both parties have to give and take. The magic happens then. That magic is called love. Love is powerful, and in the universe of possibilities, humans are one species that sense affection more than the rest can.
I'm firmly rooted into thinking that if you love work, work will always find a way to return that love, and reward you in ways you may or may not have imagined. No relationship is ever perpetually smooth going. There will be times where you just want to throw in the towel, punch your partner in the face, or slur a line of vulgarities at the other.
A healthy relationship with work isn't easy to build. An attitude of diligence has to be cultured over time for you to love work. Personally, I know when I've gotten to that stage where this concept can me epitomized — the longer I'm parted from work, the more terrible I feel. Not seeing a life partner for a week can be stomached. But not seeing him or her for a month at length is just too much to bear. It's painful!
Be happy. Always be happy. In life, perspective is not everything. It's the only thing that really counts. This is all so true in an increasingly materialistic world, where society measures "success" by the number of digits in your bank account, the credit card you overtly swipe a posh dinner restaurant, or by the car you drive. Easier said than appreciated.
Free time is really the enemy of progress. To progress in life, you need to be active. You need to be always doing something. Something productive, something that adds value in anyway to your life.
To be good at something, you need to exercise. To be a master, you need practice. Repetition, regimes, discipline, and progress. Life without progress is not life.