Arcitea Rede/sig/ned

Transform Yourself: A Guide to Self-Improvement. Brought back to life by /sig/

/Sig/ Stuff

My smol /sig/ folder (very small, only pictures)


Welcome to Greatness.
Let's start the process, and let's thrive.

- Sticky, feel free to contribute:

- Another great guide covering lots of fields, including the Spirit, the Body, the Mind, the Social Being, Money/work/Jobs, and General Skills
Anons are working on a new version of this guide, any suggestions/help is more than welcome :

> We don't want it to turn into a 'roll thread' only, so you have to make an actual useful comment with your roll, either on someone else's post or at least by answering the OP questions.

> Rather than rolling in this thread, you can find a random number generator just right there:


> What are you planning for next week ?
> What triggered you to start the /SIG/ journey ?
> What is your greatest achievement ?

You GOT THIS lads ! You can BE ANYTHING ! We're ALL gonna MAKE IT !


>wake up after 5 REM sleep cycles
>drink a mixture of lemon juice, water and himalayan salt for hormonal regulation, whey protein to stop muscle loss after a full night of sleep, apple cider vinegar to increase stomach acids so I can properly break down proteins for muscle and brain gains
>prepare breakfast
>read the news from a variety of carefully selected, politically diverging sources as I eat it
>do Anki flashcards for memory improvement and language learning, having used a frequency dictionary to form Decks in german, french, russian and spanish
>brush teeth with organic toothpaste, as regular toothpaste contains xenoestrogens that disrupts testosterone production
>go to the gym
>about to do my carefully calculated hypertrophy day on my DUP system
>listen to a lecture on German Idealism as I do it
>use Smart Audiobook Player so I can bookmark important parts and make notes later
>finish workout
>drink black tea with ginger as I get my herb supplements for energy, recovery and testosterone production
>time to go to work
>select my daily podcasts on a variety of subjects: sports, politics, economics, history, philosophy, all of which contribute to making me a well-rounded person as I wageslave
>get to work
>practice muscle contraction as suggested by Eugen Sandow while I work
>eat a meal prep that perfectly fits my macros on my break
>end of shift, go home
>meditate as studies have proven it decreases cortisol
>divide my the rest of my time into structured Pomodoro study sections
>read about several subjects, practice any skill I'm currently learning
>take a cold shower when I'm done
>use only organic products, again minding xenoestrogens
>start my korean school girl-tier skin routine with a variety of oils and creams
>use volufiline for facial gains and minoxidil for beard gains
>take supplements and nootropics
>go to bed with a book, read until tired
>turn off lights
>realize i'm now tangibly a better person than yesterday
>set alarm after 5 sleep cycles