100 Things I Learned as an Everyday Adventurer

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About this ebook

This is the book that the most boring person would write when they discovered life’s possibilities. Meet Jens, a hectic, neurotic self-proclaimed adventurer, and his very individual account of one hundred different activities he tried over the course of three years (2010–2013). From rafting to security guard certifications to crocheting, everything had a lesson, and these lessons are shared in this book. Look forward to the German answer to Winston Wolfe explaining one way to live life.

→ This is the book if you decide to break out of your routines and discover the abundance of what you can do in your free time.

About the author

Jens Oliver Meiert is an author based in Hamburg, Germany. A contributor to several web standards, the architect of Google’s first HTML/CSS frameworks, and a reviewer and writer for O’Reilly, he’s also a web developer of international experience. Jens works with the tension between aspiration and curiosity, between doing things well but also just trying them—which is why he writes about topics other than web development, and also publishes independently. For more about Jens, see meiert.com/en.

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