- Web applications may not always be the most suitable tools.
- Daily journaling is time-consuming and must be planned.
- Re-evaluation and new prioritization is not identical to lazy quitting.
- Ambition and foolhardy zeal are incongruent.
- Trips are enlightening; take more of them.
- Daily blogging can foster creativity.
- It is better to deliver than to promise.
- Writing is difficult and good writers should be studied.
- The year knows no idle months.
- Food allergies must be taken into consideration.
- E-mail is rarely urgent.
- The web provides many opportunities to freely give.
- Difficult weeks are hardly memorable even only days later.
- It is important for musicians to attend live performances.
- Aversion to spending is not always a mark of frugality.
- Freedom to communicate through social networking websites should not be used to justify needless bombardment.
- A habit of filing personal correspondence is worth developing.
- Much procrastination can be eliminated by focusing on the next required action.
- Aversion to medicine can lead to unthinking acceptance of questionable schemes promoted in the name of "natural health."
- Termination of dialogue is not a sign of firm conviction; rather, it reveals insecurity in one's own position.