Tagged With patience

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I, like so many millennials, am a big fan of instant gratification, and am always looking to hack, streamline or otherwise speed up the process of cooking delicious food. There is, however, one tasty treat that is always going to take its sweet, caramelised time: The onion.

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I am, and have always been, very easily annoyed. When I was little, I used to beg my mum to make my sister to stop singing in the car. "But it's a happy noise," she'd say. (She was right. I was being a jerk.) Annoyances are small, not serious problems, and it would make all of us and the people around us happier if we could learn to stop being bothered by them.

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Patience is the foundation of nearly every good habit. Without it, you cannot save money, learn a new skill or lose weight. Patience is also one of the hardest qualities to cultivate.

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You've probably heard the phrase "strike while the iron is hot," but when emotions are running high, it's often better to not strike at all. By waiting for the "iron" to go cold, you'll avoid making heated situations any worse.