Welcome to Project Serenity

We started with a simple idea. Begin every day with one goal – Do something new today. It was great, but after a while, doing something new felt old. It didn’t feel sustainable. It wasn’t moving us forward. It was a band-aid for living life trapped in the daily grind.

We still had to get through the day first and then something new became another chore that needed doing every day. We needed bigger new things. Experiences that change the course of life. Habits that improve health and life quality. We needed the changes we made to be at the core of the day/ Not an afterthought.

Stuck in a place where we’re just making ends meet, barely keeping our heads above the ocean of chronic health issues and where our aims are as ambitious as getting one good night’s sleep this year, we had to get creative. We modified our goal:

Do something new that adds value to life.

We have to experts in everything just like everybody else. Life asks of us to master much expertise. Experts in our own health management. Experts in healthy. Experts cooks. Expert personal shoppers. Expert tech users. Financially savvy investors. Expert educators. Expert students. Life is always throwing a curve ball and it requires continuous adaptation to keep catching it.

So we decided to focus on being expert jugglers. Keeping all these balls of life smoothly sailing through the air, never hitting the ground. It’s been a challenge to keep approaching life with a new perspective every day. Stretching the boundaries, learning those much-needed expertise to turn a daily grind back into an adventure.

Here’s how that’s going…

If you’re more interested in the things we’ve discovered along the way that’s met or exceeded our expectations, check out the Ergohacks Vault where we share our very best finds.

New thing: Optoma ML330 portable projector

Optoma has kindly sent out its ML330 portable projector for us to take a look at. Projectors on the surface feel like an indulgence – not that there’s anything wrong with being indulgent, but the lifestyle we’re embracing is about obtaining maximum efficiency, embracing minimalism and both owning and buying less stuff. Continue reading “New thing: Optoma ML330 portable projector”