I hadn’t really given much thought to “finding my purpose” until I came across two methods of determining what is important in order to live a fulfilling life. It has given me clarity on what I need more of in my life.
If you and your friends are bored at home, why not try this fun and educational game? You can learn the basics of managing your personal finances, which I bet you didn’t learn at school. I sure didn’t.
My boyfriend and I were talking about the benefits of waking up early. He sometimes goes for a morning run (!) since it’s not as hot, while I just want some peace and quiet before everyone else wakes up. We’ve both found that it allows us to start our day right and this small win in the morning sets the tone for the rest of the day.
Since I’ve resolved to get my diet back on track, I thought I’d revisit one of the most effective pieces of diet advice I’d gotten. In 2018, I read the book The Virgin Diet by J.J. Virgin, which was recommended by Vishen Lakhiani, founder of Mindvalley. I kinda cringed at the name and the book cover, but I’m so glad that I read it.
My first post of 2020! I am finally getting back on track with what I planned for the year. It’s never too late, right?
I don’t celebrate Thanksgiving as a special day, because I write about what I’m grateful for each day. There’s always something. Really nice weather (a rarity in Singapore), awesome Grab drivers, deep and meaningful conversations, a really good meal etc.
I’ve been meaning to sort out my superannuation for aaaaages. Just one thing stopped me: information overload. Each time I attempted to do something about it, I found my eyes watering from all the paragraphs and numbers I had to trawl through. As with many things financial, the industry likes to overcomplicate things. I’m gonna do my best to break it down for y’all.
Man, I never thought I’d write about relationships. But how could I escape it, when life is made up of relationships with others? Well, I had to learn how to deal with liking someone when they didn’t feel the same way about me. And boy, it wasn’t pretty.
Man, this is easily the best book I’ve read this year. It’d been sitting on my bookshelf for a looooong time just waiting for me to pick it up. Muhammad Yunus is amazing. He wrote this book in 2007, yet it contains so many visionary and inspiring ideas around addressing poverty through innovative business models.
Hey mom and dad, I think it’s only fitting that my first post after a looooong-ass break should be dedicated to you. By the way, it’s exciting to know that you read my blog. HA! I think that’s kinda cute. Shout out to my grandparents too if you’re reading this. I love you all. 😘