Julian Zehr recently published a post regarding Zero-Days, the days where you don't do something to reach your goals. So where you don't code to become the world's best software developer or don't write to become the most famous blogger. The days where you do something different. I totally agree with him, that the best way to reach this goal is using every day to come your goals closer, but I also think sometimes it's necessary to do something different, like running instead of coding or reading instead of writing, even when it's not directly related to your goal.
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20 years old student who writes about everything he cares about.