I'm bad with the past

I have a hard time remembering the past. The truth is that my brain is small, I have no much memory, and I have no incentive to keep track of my previous work. What for? I can't see any valid reason. I learn from what I did, but I stop there. It's always a pain for me to write resumes, because I don't have any idea of what I did. So I don't write any. I try a lot of different things, I work on a lot of different projects, but I don't keep track of what I have been doing. I know I have been painting, doing music, climbing rocks for months, I have been traveling for years, touring for live performances, read books for weeks without moving, learning languages, meeting people. I do no try to keep a solid track. I just learn from the past, and use it in my present.

But I always try to take care of 4 area everyday: physical, mental, emotional, spiritual. This mindset crystallized after reading The Power of Full Engagement by Tony Schwartz.

So apart from the projects listed, this is what I currently do everyday to take care of those 4 areas:


Swimming, yoga, climbing, bodyweight exercises, cook whole food.


Read psychology/philosophy, write everyday for I Was Just Thinking, sleeplessmind.info or just myself, code.


Talk with friends, consciously read or watch things that are in "have to" list, cook, write, experiment new things.


Meditate, be grateful for the luck I have had in life.