Welcome to Forces of Habit. My aims to be as plain as I see fitting. It’s my minimalist desire for only what’s needed.
Me in 10 seconds
I am a developing Cognitive psychologist, Ultra runner, and whatever current labels I choose to take on, as my identity tends to shift given the project.
I started this site for mostly selfish reasons long ago. My about it tells you a bit more if you're interested.
I talk to myself in public, am seriously curious, tend to wear ear plugs as the default, monomaniac, and appreciative of the chance to be part of it all.
Pennsylvania native, I now live in Philadelphia.
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