30 Day Challenges

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~See Lemons Productive


[30 Day Challenge] 30 Things to Teach my Future Kid

seelemonsonline : November 20, 2014 8:58 am : 30 Day challenges, list of 30

Random Observation/Comment #471: What’s even more scary than parenting is the fact that most parents have no idea what they’re doing.

nepal kid

Why This List?

My parents taught me quite a few things that I hope to teach my future kid. Hopefully they will just learn them without resisting and one day hating me because “I don’t understand them” or “I’m not as cool as I used to be.”  Did I mention kids scare me (but I’ll probably be a decent father)?

  1. Classy never goes out of style
  2. Clean up after your own messes
  3. Do a few crunches and push ups on a regular basis
  4. Wash your hands BEFORE you go to the bathroom
  5. Females will always be annoying at any age, so don’t worry too much
  6. It’s cool to be a geek
  7. Be dependable
  8. High School is not that big of a deal
  9. Enjoy not having any responsibility
  10. Learn how to study
  11. Learn how to make friends and keep them
  12. Keep a diary
  13. Keep an open mind
  14. Find what you want to do by exploring
  15. Play a musical instrument
  16. Sing, even if you’re tone deaf
  17. Learn to draw
  18. Learn a second language
  19. Never forget about passions
  20. Try everything and make your own unique opinion
  21. Build your own set of rules to live by
  22. Give back to the world what you have learned
  23. Drink socially, but not to get drunk
  24. Know your limit and never reach it
  25. Learn what a good drink entails
  26. Travel the world and accept different cultures
  27. Learn how to dance a few moves
  28. Learn how to cook
  29. Practice hand-eye coordination in a sport you won’t get too injured doing
  30. Love is real

~See Lemons Love Kids

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[30 Day Challenge] 30 Favorite Gadgets

seelemonsonline : November 19, 2014 9:00 am : 30 Day challenges, list of 30

Random Observation/Comment #270: I would have never guessed 10 years ago that I’d have a phone and that phone’s least used function would be making calls.

daily show

Why This List?

I surround myself with fun and useful technologies because they not only help with my productivity or data collection, but also make me look cool. Just kidding… I’m pretty sure they make me look more geeky.

  1. Smart phone with quad core processor and 3GB of RAM. This is faster than some of the systems responsible for millions of dollars per trade.
  2. Smart watches in wearable tech. Fitbit Charge is incredible in terms of the accuracy and wealth of collected data. (It also finally shows the time/date).
  3. Voice activated technology. Amazon’s Echo, although still in the infant stages with examples, sounds a lot closer to Jarvis.
  4. Fingerprint scanning. Security has always been a huge issue and now you can unlock your phone with any 10 fingers. Brilliant.
  5. 3d printing. This has gone above and beyond expectations. It’s not just printing physical small objects like replacing bolts or making gun parts, but there have been 3D printed cars, houses, and organics.
  6. GoPros and related action-cams. Since we already do so many skull crushingly dangerous things, why not put a camera on said-skull and record all of it?
  7. Home automation. Along lines of Jarvis, staples came out with a Connect hub that automates home products from your phone. Centralizing these separate business-used connections makes this extremely valuable.
  8. Oculus. VR is no longer just in sci-fi movies. I have an Oculus Dev Kit 2 at home and it’s so cool. Still infant in application and slightly dizzying, but incredibly immersive.
  9. Touch screen resolutions. I remember how crappy it was to sign at a grocery store, but nowadays I can do it with my finger with very fine pressure sensitivity.
  10. Inexpensive high resolution cameras. Also in smart phones, but these sensors are getting smaller, cheaper, and so much clearer.  I think the point-and-shoot industry of the camera area is dying and it’s getting harder to see the difference between a good and amazing photo.
  11. Noise-cancelling ear phones. I just got a pair of these and they sound incredible. It’s also nice to just zone out at work or on a plane where there are noisy babies.
  12. Apple TV. I wouldn’t call myself an apple fanboy, but there’s something about AppleTV that makes it so super useful. I also think the concept of streaming directly to the TV with these services and then using the phone as a remote is brilliant.
  13. Ultrabooks. Good job macbook air with setting the standard. Now everyone has touch screen super thin notebooks that basically blow any of my old desktops out of the water.
  14. Wireless routers. These have become so powerful and accessible. Sooner or later, we’ll be baking in our own radiation.
  15. Roombas. My studio apartment isn’t large enough to warrant this, but I think there’s just so much brilliant technology that goes into it. It scans the room and then maps out the most efficient way to vacuum everywhere with one charge. So cool.
  16. Tesla car. The technology for an electric car has been around for a long time, but this sexy beast is so freaking cool.
  17. Huge external solid state drives. WD Passport and its likes have made everything so easily accessible. I don’t download movies anymore, but now that I take all these high-res photos, it’s definitely better to have a few <$200 2TB of these lying around.
  18. Tablets. What a key shift to accommodate parents and kids!
  19. Next-Gen gaming machines. Starting with the PS3, which was just absolutely game changing that the hardware could last 8 years.
  20. Google Glass. Not completely out yet, but I think it could be revolutionary. It has the sense of disruptive technology and could be a game changer with integration.
  21. Drones. Although they’ve mostly been used for movies and music videos, I think they’re really badass.
  22. GPS. Although this is integrated with the phone, I think the accuracy of GPS itself is staggering.
  23. (More software) Predictive keyboards. Swift has made my life so much easier and I just think predictive typing with AI is so smart.
  24. External chargers. Some power users and travelers really benefit from having an extra day or two of charge with their smart phones.
  25. DSLRs/Lenses. I’m surprised I didn’t think of this earlier, but as a photographer I’m glad I’ve got my red camera.
  26. (More software) Netflix. Self explanatory.
  27. Hand blender. This is more for my morning smoothies.
  28. Detachable keyboards. We all like typing in our own way.
  29. Maglight/Headlamp. Yep. Need one for the zombie apocalypse.
  30. (More software) Online music streaming. Pandora and Grooveshark keep me sane.

It looks like this list has expanded to specific technologies and how awesome it is that they exist and have gone leaps and bounds within our consumer applications.  Either way, good job, R&D and all you implementers out there.

~See Lemons Love Gadgets

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[30 Day Challenge] 30 Favorite Blogposts

seelemonsonline : November 18, 2014 9:00 am : 30 Day challenges, list of 30

Random Observation/Comment #470: I don’t think I have  goal for the number of blog posts I want to write in my life. I’m just always happily surprised that the number keeps increasing.

more haikus

Why This List?

My blog is a mess and I know it – I just have too much content.  in the thick of it, however, I probably can find 30 posts that I’ve written confidently and make me proud it came from my noggin.  These are probably not the best 30, but the ones I can think of right now.

  1. Epic 30 Day Challenge Reflections
  2. Why I love food and cooking
  3. Cooking advice for beginners
  4. How to Eat Weird Foods
  5. My Food Bucket List
  6. My Favorite Beer
  7. Travel Adventures – Getting Clemens’ed
  8. [Lessons Learned] Organizing a Corporate TEDx
  9. [Lessons Learned] Applying Agile Principles to Life
  10. [Lessons Learned] Managing Gen-Y and Millennials
  11. [Lessons Learned] Knowing your Career Drivers and Interests
  12. Common business jargon
  13. Career counseling part 1 and part 2
  14. More productive distraction: Crosswords
  15. Puzzles: Piecing it Together with Friends
  16. [Lessons Learned] Table Tennis Mentality
  17. Advice for Start-ups or Key Start Up Questions
  18. [30 Day Challenge] Haiku Every Day
  19. [Lessons Learned] Wedding Photography
  20. A Grandpa to All
  21. In Loving Memory of Goo Jerng
  22. In Loving Memory of Yea-Yea
  23. Pet Peeves and Relaxing Thoughts
  24. [Lessons Learned] Scuba Certified
  25. Before you Retire and Retirement Activities
  26. The Meaning of Life
  27. Eating Productively and Sleeping Productively
  28. Clemens’ List of Life Lessons
  29. Using Smartphones to be Productive
  30. “You’re Pretty Fucking Awesome. Keep that Shit Up.” ~A Passing Stranger

I’ll probably make a page just for my favorite blog posts categorized for future reference. Man, I love blogging. Bonus one: Preventing a Midlife Crisis

~See Lemons Keep Blogging

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[30 Day Challenge] 30 Favorite Quotes

seelemonsonline : November 17, 2014 9:00 am : 30 Day challenges, list of 30

Random Observation/Comment #469: It would be nice to be remembered by a quote if it’s deep and inspiring, but what if I just said “I really love mashed potatoes” all the time?

thats life

Why This List?

Sometimes an inspiring quote is all you need to pick you up and make you work harder towards your goal. Those seemingly normal words put side by side just become profound and wise.  These are the quotes I’ve found inspirational from famous people, music lyrics, and movie quotes:

  1. “Life does flash before your eyes… it’s called living” ~Terry Pratchett
  2. “Stay Hungry. Stay Foolish.” ~Steve Jobs
  3. “Dance like no one is watching, Sing like no one’s listening, Love like you’ve never been hurt, Live like it’s heaven on earth” ~Mark Twain
  4. “Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind.” ~Dr Seuss
  5. “Be yourself; everyone is already taken.” ~Oscar Wilde
  6. “The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.” ~Lao Tzu
  7. “The best dreams happen when you’re awake.” ~Cherie Gilderbloom
  8. “The more I want to get something done, the less I call it work.” ~Richard Bach
  9. “You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.” ~Wayne Gretzky
  10. “An unexamined life is not worth living.” ~Socrates
  11. “Everything has beauty, but not everyone can see.” ~Confucius
  12. “It’s not the years in your life that count. It’s the life in your years.” ~Abraham Lincoln
  13. “I want life in every word to the extent that it’s absurd.” ~The Postal Service
  14. “Imagine there’s no countries it isn’t hard to do. Nothing to kill or die for and no religion too.” ~John Lennon
  15. “It’s always better when we’re together.” ~Jack Johnson
  16. “There’s nothing you can do that can’t be done. Nothing you can sing that can’t be sung.” ~The Beatles
  17. “Don’t stop believin’. Hold on to the feelin'” ~Journey
  18. “It’s my life. It’s now or never.” ~Bon Jovi
  19. “In every life we have some trouble, but when you worry, you make it double.” ~Bobby McFerrin
  20. “To see the world, things dangerous to come to, to see behind walls, to draw closer, to find each other and to feel. That is the purpose of life.” ~The Secret Life of Walter Mitty
  21. “The greatest thing you’ll ever learn is just to love and be loved in return.” ~Moulin Rouge
  22. “May the Force be with you.” ~Star Wars
  23. “Life … is about the little things” ~Zombieland
  24. “I love lamp.” ~Anchor Man
  25. “I have a fever and the only prescription is more cowbell” ~Christopher Walking
  26. “Well.. what if there is no tomorrow? There wasn’t one today.” ~Groundhog Day
  27. “You know what I do when I get sad? I stop being sad and be awesome instead.” ~Barney Stinson
  28. “I always wonder why birds choose to stay in the same place when they can fly anywhere on earth. Then I ask myself the same question” ~Harun Yahya
  29. “Garbage in equals Garbage Out.” ~Toby Cumberbatch
  30. “Life is a series of first drafts…” ~Vinessa DiCarlo

~See Lemons Love Quotes

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[30 Day Challenge] 30 Personal Lifehacks

seelemonsonline : November 16, 2014 9:00 am : 30 Day challenges, list of 30

Random Observation/Comment #468: #lifehacking is not just a way to be productive, but a way to be creative with implementing what we already have.


Why This List?

I have tricks up my sleeves that I use almost every day to save time or save energy. Maybe you can use some of them to help you through your life.

  1. Wish your friends a happy birthday the day before it’s their birthday to better connect with them and catch up
  2. Figure out which routine is best for destressing (the activity makes you in a better mood afterwards)
  3. Figure out which routine is best for decoupling (removing yourself from work problems)
  4. Block off your personal calendar with reminders to call home
  5. Block off your professional calendar with uninterrupted time to do actual work
  6. Travel off season to save some money
  7. Meditate daily
  8. Don’t check your email when you first get to work – plan the major tasks you want to complete first
  9. Keep mental notes of other people’s interests and major news/events – send an email or bring it up in conversation next time if you find any related/relevant articles
  10. Learn how to cook at least 3 dishes for yourself and your significant other (morning eggs are a plus if you want to get brownie points)
  11. Go skiing during Christmas
  12. Consistently write postcards to your parents wherever you travel
  13. Learn to speak another language
  14. Send follow-up emails for all occasions: meeting with professionals, friends, and new acquaintances
  15. Never lie to cover up a lie – that’s just dangerous
  16. Pay more attention to what you eat: Garbage in = Garbage out
  17. Work out at least once every 3 days
  18. Learn to navigate the company (in terms of who you need to know to get things done)
  19. Look at the data you produce more carefully
  20. Optimize your routines (e.g. walk to the right spot on the platform and cut your nails faster)
  21. Find out what tasks can be delegated (There was a small sliver of time where I did my own laundry)
  22. If you’re leaving a manager’s office with a door after a meeting, ask them “Door open or closed?”
  23. When cooking a meal, always ask if there are dietary restrictions, preferences of meat/vege/base, and pairing alcohol just to sound like you know what you’re doing
  24. Whatever you do, always try to lead by example. Even if people don’t follow, at least you’re following your own advice
  25. Spend money on essential items you use/spend a lot of time with (e.g. glasses, smart phone, wallet, mattress, pillow, toilet, etc)
  26. Be a part of a healthy/active community – it will help with happiness and networking
  27. Listen to an audiobook during your commute
  28. When writing in your journal, ask yourself: What did I learn? What made me happy? Who should I thank?
  29. Set aside time to do nothing but day dream
  30. Write more often. It’s liberating.

~See Lemons #Lifehack

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[30 Day Challenge] 30 Pieces of Early Career Advice

seelemonsonline : November 15, 2014 9:06 am : 30 Day challenges, list of 30

Random Observation/Comment #467: Blogposts taught me more about lifehacking, confidence, and interviewing more than any professor.

akshay rooftop

Why This List?

Those graduating from college often bump into a wall that I like to call “Now What?”  You did what they were told, but now that you’re in the real world, you get to tell yourself what to do and choose whether or not you can have breakfast foods for all 3 meals.  Awesome, but totally scary.  Here are some things you should realize and do in your early career:

  1. Learn to communicate – verbally and via documentation
  2. Keep yourself a valuable asset – Never stop learning
  3. Dream big and make a plan
  4. Stay meaningfully connected with your peers
  5. Ask questions
  6. Learn to take notes quickly (thanks Fontaine)
  7. Take time to digest, decipher, and relate your notes to your existing knowledge
  8. Build an online brand (github, blogging, linkedin descriptions)
  9. Utilize your resources effectively
  10. Join mentorship programs as a mentor and a mentee
  11. Understand communication etiquette
  12. Learn small talk in social situations
  13. Take an intro programming class to understand coding structure
  14. Reflect on your accomplishments and successes
  15. Reflect on your lessons learned
  16. Be transparent with your manager
  17. Research background about the industry and the strategy for it
  18. Learn to represent information visually (especially useful for presentations to non-technical)
  19. Learn how to interview and represent the bigger picture of your projects
  20. Keep on-going projects and challenges
  21. At your early career phase, try to reduce your commute time (it will help with networking and longer hours where needed)
  22. Build a comfortable support team/advisors of friends and family that can help you through your issues
  23. Help your peers – don’t compete with them. Life is not a competition and you’ll find helping other people will benefit you later on.
  24. Figure out what you love to do by looking at where you spend the most time
  25. Build rapport with a sponsor – someone who can speak on your behalf and push your career forward
  26. Understand your career path option expiration dates
  27. Understand all the skills needed to enter an industry
  28. Take some of those personality exams to see what your personality fits – don’t try to force yourself into certain positions if you’re not happy there
  29. Take ownership of projects by rising to the challenge
  30. Don’t wait to start planning and making things happen

~See Lemons Always Early in a Career

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[30 Day Challenge] 30 Questions for Future Clemens

seelemonsonline : November 14, 2014 9:00 am : 30 Day challenges, list of 30

Random Observation/Comment #466: I hope the future me will thank present me for doing this challenge.


Why This List?

I live close to a quarter of my life in the future: planning, dreaming, extrapolating, designing, guessing, strategizing, etc. (I spend the other quarter in the past and the half in the present, but I’ll tackle that later).  It only makes sense that I have questions for future self that would make this journey a lot easier.  It is, of course, probably as puzzling for the future me as it would be for the present me to answer, but I might as well ask it.

  1. Do we ever get flying cars?
  2. What companies should I invest in?
  3. What skills should I be learning right now?
  4. What do I need to change in my life?
  5. What was the most revolutionary company idea?
  6. How do we make first contact with aliens?
  7. What’s the craziest piece of technology invented?
  8. Where do you live?
  9. Have you beaten Edmund yet at TT?
  10. What was the biggest and most difficult decision you had to make?
  11. What do you regret doing/not doing?
  12. Are you still optimistic and cheerful with a long fuse of patience?
  13. Or did something happen to harden you and make you bitter or irritable?
  14. Have your philosophies on the meaning of life changed?
  15. Do you have children?
  16. Who do you still keep in touch with?
  17. Does our company ever succeed?
  18. What are your dreams/goals for the next 5 years?
  19. What are you most proud of?
  20. What is your biggest professional and personal accomplishment?
  21. Do you still do 30 day challenges? What was the best one?
  22. Where have you traveled to?
  23. What is your most used piece of technology?
  24. Are the people around you happy?
  25. Has anything changed in your lists of 30?
  26. Do we go bald, but some technology makes it all better?
  27. Has AI taken over all our tasks?
  28. What song is stuck in your head?
  29. What’s your optimized morning routine?
  30. What would you ask me if you were me when you were me?

~See Lemons Wonder

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[30 Day Challenge] 30 Favorite Foods

seelemonsonline : November 13, 2014 9:08 am : 30 Day challenges, list of 30

Random Observation/Comment #465: Chinese parents deemed “good children” by how much food they ate. I was exceptional when it came to eating.


Why This List?

This was almost as expected of a list as traveling for me. Since I already did 30 different foods I cooked in my 30 day cooking challenge, I figured that this would be a mix of foods I just love to eat and could never get sick of eating.  This is basically my food pyramid.

  1. Mashed potatoes with turkey gravy on Thanksgiving
  2. Turkey jook (first made by goomah and second made by Mom)
  3. Coagulated pork blood (especially in jook (congee), but also good with some greens)
  4. Lady M green tea crepe cake
  5. Sophie’s yellow rice, beans, and roast turkey drowning in green sauce
  6. Angel hair pasta with garlic, red pepper flakes, and clam sauce
  7. Shanghai Soup dumplings
  8. Salmon sushi
  9. Real ramen from Japan
  10. Onigiri from Japanese 7-11
  11. Thinly sliced beef for shabbu shabbu when dipped into raw egg + soy sauce + sha cha sauce
  12. Kobe beef sashimi – all day every day, but I’d be so poor
  13. Indian chicken curry on the bone over rice or with naan
  14. Chipotle burrito with half steak and half barbacoa drowned in green tabasco sauce
  15. Breadbowl chili (specifically during midday on the ski slope lodge)
  16. Clementines – I can probably eat a whole box
  17. Honey Bunches of Oats with silk almond milk
  18. Fresh nectarines when going nectarine picking
  19. Ziti pizza slices that I used to get all the time with Jake
  20. Mapo tofu with rice
  21. Steamed fish off the bone with the head with soy sauce and oil concotion mixed with rice
  22. Lasagna – I’m basically garfield with good metabolism
  23. Molten lava chocolate cake as a dessert filled with melting fudge (serve with a scoop of vanilla ice cream)
  24. Raw oysters (although it’s hit and miss, when it hits, I’m so game)
  25. Chicken hearts izakaya skewers
  26. Choi yok bau – from when I was younger getting 3 for $1 in the flushing carts
  27. Eggplant Parm (made by my gf’s Mom)
  28. Breakfast burrito with sausage gravy in it
  29. Egg and cheese with mayo, lettuce, hot sauce from Nadal’s deli for breakfast while in Harlem
  30. Bacon… because it’s bacon (extra crispy, please)

~See Lemons Love Food Noms

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[30 Day Challenge] 30 Favorite Routines

seelemonsonline : November 12, 2014 8:58 am : 30 Day challenges, list of 30

Random Observation/Comment #464: We’re creatures of ritual and routine.

tt for life

Why This List?

I think there’s a healthy level of discipline and comfort for something to become a routine activity. By a routine, I mean something that you can easily group together as an understood set of tasks to complete on a semi-regular basis. For example, if I told you I was going to do a lay-up in basketball, you already know that act involes the dribble, steps, jump, and release to get the ball in the basket. Similarly, these routines are grouped not by when I do them, but what I do automatically during them.  It may also overlap with my 15-minute activities, but I’ll add more detail on the purpose behind these routines.

  1. Write in my Daily Journal about the things I’ve learned
  2. Play table tennis at SPiN during happy hour
  3. Calling my parents to catch up
  4. Doing a morning crossword in the subway
  5. Using the bathroom on my awesome heated toilet seat bidet
  6. Filtering through my list of tasks for the day (Work Week #209)
  7. Filling/drinking my 1L stein of water at work
  8. #coffeechat coffee break with random coworkers
  9. Making a breakfast smoothie
  10. Cooking something easy to just relax and finely chopping an onion
  11. Doing dishes while listening to a song stuck in my head
  12. Listening to an audiobook of the month while playing “Sherlock” observing the people around me during my commute
  13. Mentally picking out my clothes for the week based on weather, meetings, and mood
  14. Visualizing myself through conversations I know I’ll have (explaining things a certain way)
  15. Meditating to clear my head of all negative thoughts
  16. Checking my phone for any breaking news updates
  17. Checking reddit to make sure I know all the new memes
  18. For a great smile/laugh, going through OhMyGif
  19. Grooming my calendar for the week
  20. Going through old phone photos from the past week to feel nostalgic
  21. Decompress by binge watching a show (recently Bob’s Burgers, Key & Peele, Stephen Colbert, Daily Show, or Last Week Tonight)
  22. Cuddling with Henry the cat because he’s so cute and awesome
  23. Jogging across the Brooklyn Bridge while the sunrises
  24. Drinking a glass of high quality whisky under a dim light while wearing a full suit, fedora, and smoking a cigar
  25. Writing Travel Advice and Lessons learned while in another country basically drinking, eating, and taking photos of everything
  26. Making the bed (or watching my gf make the bed)
  27. Folding dumplings which is quite enjoyable and comes with great conversation
  28. Driving to Pennsylvania on 222
  29. Taking a nap almost anywhere at any time
  30. Stalking people on facebook who have a birthday today to see if they’ve done anything fun and interesting lately (At least I’ll admit it)

~See Lemons Love Routines

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[30 Day Challenges] 30 Essential Items

seelemonsonline : November 11, 2014 9:08 am : 30 Day challenges

Random Observation/Comment #463: Don’t let your technology control you. We should be the master.


Why This List?

I’m not sure if i should make this list ironic and symbolic of how nothing as a possession is really “essential”. We can all live without our smart phones, the internet, and social media accounts, right?  Maybe these are the things we think are essential, but we can all live without (since we lived without it before 1990). Anyway, these are the items I find important and probably what I usually pack for my travels.

  1. Bags (Of all types. Bags are just so useful)
  2. A quality suit (dress clothes + shoes implied)
  3. Clean socks
  4. Clean underwear (microfiber)
  5. Glasses (to help you see if this applies to you)
  6. Reliable pair of comfortable jeans
  7. Sweatpants / Onesies / Sleeping clothes
  8. Warm/stylish hat and scarf (depending on weather)
  9. Wallet / mechanism to store your minimal number of cards, IDs, and cash
  10. Toothbrush and tooth paste
  11. Soap
  12. Comfortable pillow + comfortable bed/cot
  13. Sunglasses
  14. Sun-tan lotion (because we don’t want cancer)
  15. Writing utencil (I prefer a nice pen)
  16. Paper (if just a notebook for doodling)
  17. Headphones (we all love music for its inspirational and destressing effects)
  18. Quality knife (mostly for cooking, but survival in general)
  19. Lighter (for the boyscouts out there)
  20. Towel
  21. Keys… because they open doors (this could be very deep)
  22. Water bottle. For the go.
  23. Thermal (doubles as a mug/cup for hot liquids)
  24. Cooking pot (doubles as a bowl I guess)
  25. Hiking boots (comfortable/reliable footware)
  26. Weather-appropriate coat
  27. Medicine
  28. Nail Clipper (I can bare long hair, but something with seeing the world’s longest nails guy that freaked me out about being well groomed)
  29. Ductape
  30. Smartphone for basically everything else (charger + batteries)

~See Lemons Hug Things

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