>Maybe stop trying so hard to find shortcuts to “hack” your life. The best things are hard. Invest in the journey. Just sayin’.
[Why You Should Stop Lifehacking and Invest in the Journey by Rick Roll](http://www.richroll.com/lifehack/why-you-should-stop-lifehack-and-invest-in-the-journey/)
Since I’m wrapping up reading [The 4-hour Workweek by Tim Ferris](http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0091923530/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=0091923530&linkCode=as2&tag=m0dd3-20) right now this [blog post](http://www.richroll.com/lifehack/why-you-should-stop-lifehack-and-invest-in-the-journey/) by [Rick Roll](http://richroll.com) is very timely. I like the ideas held within 4HWW and look to implement some of them in my own life, but I have to say, in my opinion this focus and fascination with “life hacking” is a bit disturbing. It also reminds me of something Mike Rowe said to a “Dirty Jobs” fan recently, [check it out](http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2014/05/02/mike-rowe-offers-a-fan-some-of-the-greatest-career-advice-youll-ever-hear/), it’s quite profound. I really don’t have anything more to say on the subject, just wanted to share. 🙂