A Jerk in git

I’m new to Git and I’m having fun using it. Recently I encountered a git push out of memory problem and I’m pretty pissed off because I don’t know what to do. I tried pushing and pushing it again, but no can do. I also tried to create a new repo and then copied all my files to the folder, then tried to push the repo again to my Bitbucket account, but still, it’s out of memory.

Good thing I found that post that I linked above and it solved my problem. There was just one zipped file that has a 2GB size. I just removed it and I can now push my changes without any problems.

You can actually use this tip to check for file sizes of folders and files inside a specific folder. If it’s too big, then it’s not for Git. Always remember to commit small files because it’s just a file repo, not a storage for your media goodies.

PS: The image above is just a picture of git in action from, not really related to this post.


Saving more money by sleeping longer

Have you ever imagined that you can save money by sleeping longer? Logically and technically, you can save more money by sleeping the whole day, or the entire week. You don’t need to spend anything, you don’t need to eat, or buy stuff that you really don’t need when you’re awake. Sleeping can give you rest and give you extra savings.

Increase your sleeping time from 8 hours to 16 hours a day can save you more money. You can just eat once a day, skip breakfast and dinner. You can just have a light lunch, then sleep again. If you’re working 8 hours a day, you can sleep 16 hours a day. You can find a job that will let you work around an hour per day or 2 to 4 hours per day. The rest of the day, you just need to sleep to avoid unnecessary expenses when going out, strolling around the mall, or just travelling anywhere.

Sleeping can give you energy and give you a lot of rest. So why wake up if you can save money by sleeping? Let’s sleep everyday and put more time to sleep that being awake.

Saving is sleeping. Sleeping is saving. More savings when you sleep more, less savings when you sleep less. That’s a fact.


The recent but very late WordPress update

I haven’t been updating this blog as often as I dream. I dream almost everyday, whenever I sleep. But when I wake up, I completely forget everything that I dream of. It’s a usual fact and reality that humans often forget what they dream at night, rather than at day. Some (only a rare few, as in very scarce) recalls 100% of what happened inside their dream. But a lot completely forgets about their dream once they wake up.
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