🧠 Practice DOES NOT make perfect

ALSO: Peek behind sketchy web links

Good morning life hackers,

This is 1000 Life Hacks, the daily newsletter that helps you improve your life each and every day… even if that’s just a little bit. 🥳

Hack of the day: Get a bruise you want to get rid of? Warm up about a cup of apple cider vinegar and stir in a teaspoon of salt, then apply it to the area as a hot compress. Do this everyday and watch the healing process speed up rapidly.

Here’s what you’ll learn today:

  • 🧠 Practice DOES NOT make perfect

  • ♻️ Reduce, Reuse, Recycle in that order!

  • 🔗 Peek behind sketchy web links

  • 💻 5 Helpful links

  • 🎁 Bonus hack!

Read time: 3 minutes

In the pursuit of mastery, the age-old adage "practice makes perfect" has echoed through generations. However, the truth lies in a nuanced reality—practice doesn't make perfect; it makes permanence.

Scientifically, the brain consolidates habits, whether right or wrong, through repetition. By practicing incorrectly, you're inadvertently engraining errors, steering yourself further from perfection.

Neuroplasticity, the brain's ability to rewire, doesn't distinguish between right and wrong; it solidifies patterns. 

To truly excel, focus on perfect practice—precise, intentional, and make sure you’re practicing the right technique, system, etc.


Did you know the phrase “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle” is in that specific order for a reason? It’s true.

First and foremost, reducing our consumption takes center stage—minimizing our ecological footprint by making less purchases.

Next in line is the art of reuse, breathing new life into these items destined for disposal. By prioritizing the initial reduce phase first, we actively curb the influx of materials that needs to be recycled.

Recycling, the final tier, then becomes a solution, reserved for items beyond the realms of reduction and reuse.


Ever wanted to know what lies beyond those mysterious “bit.ly” or “Goog.l” links without actually clicking on them? Well, wonder no more! CheckShortUrl.com will help you with that.

This website reveals the destination of cloaked links, without having to actually having to click on it. Potentially saving you from a virus or potential unwanted content. Now you can make informed decisions about whether to visit a link, ensuring your online experience remains secure.

Let CheckShortUrl.com to be your virtual detective, safeguarding your online adventures from potential risks and surprises.



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  2. How to clean your washing machine - How many of you know how to properly wash your washing machine? Learn here… (LINK)

  3. What happens when a fly lands on your food -Think twice about eating food that a fly just landed on. (LINK)

  4. Years without a dentist trip - How to prepare to go to the dentist if you haven’t been a long time. (LINK)

  5. Can You Replant a Christmas Tree? - An article that looks into the potential of replanting your Christmas tree each year. (LINK)

More links tomorrow!


That’s all for today. I hope your day is at least just a little bit better after reading.

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