Me

Welcome to 🌵 Growthlog, my (b)log of life and work experiments.

Hi! 👋 I'm Tomas.

I'm a founder, marketer, designer, web developer, and writer from Lithuania, based in Alicante, Spain. I'm documenting my journey as a remote worker and partner at Craftled.

This year, I'm focusing on building a portfolio of small bets as a partner at Craftled.

Here's what I'm up to right now.

Articles

Inspirations

Inspirations

Inspired by Salman Ansari's list, I'm sharing my evolving list of people, brands and stories that inspire me.
Reading List

Reading List

Welcome to my reading list of over 100 book recommendations and thought-provoking articles.
SOPs and The Boring Art of Documentation

SOPs and The Boring Art of Documentation

Discover the practical side of documenting things through standard operating procedures (SOPs) and learn about helpful tools such as Google Docs, Notion, Loom, Descript, Tango, and Scribe.
My Favorite Personal Blogs

My Favorite Personal Blogs

At the far edges of global madness, you can find some thoughtful personal websites created by people loving their craft and sharing their life and work stories.
Increments: Growth Habits & Routines

Increments: Growth Habits & Routines

What it takes to reach the next level in life, work, and relationships? It's all about growth. Incrementally becoming better at life, work, and relationships.
My Favorite Stuff for Work and Play

My Favorite Stuff for Work and Play

My collection of essential apps and tools for productivity and simplifying life, from efficient lifting with StrongLifts to privacy-focused browsing with Brave.
Follow the Breadcrumbs

Follow the Breadcrumbs

I believe life can be designed and it’s your responsibility to make it a journey of a lifetime. Self-doubt is a prison you must escape.
My 12 Problems: What Are Yours?

My 12 Problems: What Are Yours?

The main goal is to start filtering the information that goes my way and apply solutions to solve these problems.
What If You’re Just a Spectator?

What If You’re Just a Spectator?

If we act for the whole, everyone wins and we’ll enjoy more prosperity, more opportunities, more respect, and less chaos.
Life Lessons I Learned in 2020

Life Lessons I Learned in 2020

I'm sipping red tea and finishing my birthday cake while reviewing my calendar and photos from 2020. What was that?
Life Lessons I Learned in 2019

Life Lessons I Learned in 2019

Today, I’d like to review my year and share the highlights, failures, successes and biggest life lessons of 2019. It's been a wild ride.
28 Productive Things to Do When Bored

28 Productive Things to Do When Bored

According to Cal Newport, the author of Deep Work, your mental capacity is limited to 3-4 hours of cognitively intense work in a day.
Life Lessons I Learned in 2018

Life Lessons I Learned in 2018

What a year. Today, I’d like to recap and share my highlights, failures, successes and biggest life lessons of 2018.
Life Lessons I Learned in 2017

Life Lessons I Learned in 2017

What a year. Today, I’d like to recap and share my highlights, failures, successes and biggest life lessons of 2017.
Life Lessons I Learned in 2016

Life Lessons I Learned in 2016

I dreamed, created, learned, traveled, read, wrote, meditated, exercised, gained, lost, understood, enjoyed, lived, laughed and loved.
If Not Now, When?

If Not Now, When?

Here's a friendly reminder to do the thing you want to do. If not now, when? The only time you can do something is now.
Life Lessons I Learned in 2015

Life Lessons I Learned in 2015

I've traveled the world, lived as a digital nomad, sold a startup, released my first online course, ran half-marathon, meditated in silence for ten days and became a contributor on Forbes.
Life Lessons I Learned in 2014

Life Lessons I Learned in 2014

Design your life you want to live every day. You are the designer of your life. Review your values, goals and vision for life.
Life Lessons I Learned in 2013

Life Lessons I Learned in 2013

Everything in this world is a remix or a combination of something. Giving a credit when due will make you look more trustworthy and honest instead of pretending that everything you say or do is 100% your work.
You Have the Permission to Live

You Have the Permission to Live

I believe life can be designed and it’s your responsibility to make it a journey of a lifetime. Self-doubt is a prison you must escape.

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