Viktor Bijlenga

Twenty Four

It’s my birthday (Jan 23), so it’s time to sit down and write the yearly summary of things I’ve thought and learned during the year. I’m turning 25 this year, which feels like a major milestone. Check out the other lists Tjugotvå (In swedish) and Twenty three. Those are my twenty four things.

  • Enjoy the Moment.
  • Always take the stairs.
  • Eating good makes life easier and better. Embrace your possibilities.
  • You laughed at Alex och Sigges podcast a lot during the year.
  • The basics are still important. Eat, sleep, repeat.
  • Be patient and work hard. Things take time.
  • Don’t use your phone while eating together with people. Be present.
  • Less complaining. Choose your bathroom sink battles wisly.
  • You stopped checking email before bed. Less stress. Great.
  • Vintersaga is a great song.
  • Watching Casey Neistats daily vlog has been a good time.
  • The Penny board (mini skateboard) is a great way to add fun to the equation of transportation between A / B.
  • The Grand Budapest Hotel is a great movie. Watch it again.
  • Take better photos. Buy a camera with a good lens. You miss it.
  • Write more.
  • Oscar Linnros was your most played artist on Spotify.
  • Learn more languages. It might be fun.
  • A good name for a brand is incredibly hard to come up with.
  • The news is not a source for happy-go-lucky. But a great way to excel at På Spåret next year.
  • When learning new languages, learn the fundamentals. It makes troubleshooting so much easier.
  • Building a company is a commitment. Remember that during hard days.
  • Express your dreams more clear. It’s easier to make goals then.
  • Making everyday life easier for other people is easier than you think.
  • Patience.