Hi, I’m Blas Moros.

My goal is to learn, grow, and every day become a slightly better version of who I was yesterday. I’m attempting this by consuming a broad array of books, articles, and other resources, by meeting interesting people, by exposing myself to new experiences, and by taking on a variety of different monthly challenges.

After graduating from Notre Dame, I decided to spend the extra 4ish hours I now had (after “retiring” from tennis) on doing the most useful and exciting things I could think of. As much as possible, I try to set up my life so that I am always be effortlessly enthused about what I am reading, learning, doing, and, most importantly, who I am spending time with. This is a great life hack and has helped me learn quickly and experience a lot without it ever feeling like “work.”

I have named my site The Rabbit Hole because that is how I would characterize my learning experience so far – following whatever piques my interest and not forcing it so that it becomes overwhelming or not enjoyable. I have set up this site to help keep me accountable and (hopefully) offer you some insight and inspiration by distilling what has been helpful to me.

If you are looking for a place to start, I’d recommend my teacher’s reference guides, essays, or books worth re-reading. These are some of my most popular deep dives on various topics from Complexity to Disney to Paul Graham to Platforms to The Path of Least Resistance.

If any of this resonates with you and you’d like to learn more and stay up to date, consider signing up for the monthly newsletter which summarizes the books, challenges and other things I found interesting and valuable that month.

Amor Fati Amor.