Burnout can cost us – missed opportunities, failing relationships, even bad hair days. It’s time to reignite that fire of inspiration! Let’s turn burnout to all-out with these brighter choices.
When I realized what was probably one of the most important skills in money, and in life, was being mindful, I began to be more careful of where my time, focus and resources went.
How do we make someone, ourselves or another, look forward to come home? Here are a few tips for a better and brighter home.
When it comes to living independently, there are two sides to a very expensive coin.
The truth was, I am not a simple person. And I don’t need nothing. When a brighter life means today might be darker day, one can rely on simple, little details to spark joy into one’s life.
Someone once said that to know a person’s priorities, all one needs to look at is where a person’s money goes.
I couldn’t help, as well, to wax nostalgia about the lessons I’ve learned from the backbreaking world of well-structured emails, hierarchies and processes: the corporate world.
My age has made me realize that there are certain stuff that one cannot escape. Admittedly, I think I’ve been spoiled by my parents who have helped me facilitate most of my “adult” tasks such as buying my first stock, helping me read through stacks of prospectuses when I ventured into mutual funds and eventually
I finally let go of the comfort of living in my parents’ home, and the care of a help that came with it. The experience, while proving to be fruitful and liberating, came with lessons attached.
“Owning a car is like having a child,” an uncle told me when I was 18 and was running my fingers through my very first car.