Category: Rat Race
5 Reasons Why You’re Stressed With Your Investments
If your investment stresses you out, there are many possible reasons. Here are five things that I think you need to reconsider with your investments.
The Payday Is Not A Call For Celebration
This habit of payday celebrations is an obvious sign of people trapped in the rat race. They would work, wait for their salary, spend like crazy, and wait anxiously for the next payday when they can finally repeat it all over again — an endless cycle of wages and expenses.
Top 10 Blog Posts From Rat Race Running’s First 100 Posts
As I approach the 150 posts mark, I want to reshare the top posts during my first 100.
Start Saving Now: Don’t Wait Until You’re Rich.
You can start saving with a low salary. The secret is to build the habit of saving now.
5 Things We Lose When Leaving a Job Without Backup
There will always be pros and cons when we lose our job. That is why we need to keep on learning, so when an opportunity presents itself, we will have the courage, knowledge, and skills to leap forward.
Rat Race Runners May Not Even Be Aware of It
Many people didn’t choose to get trapped and continuously run in the rat race. They just got absorbed by the system and eventually got “institutionalized.”
8 Millennials vs Boomers Generational Gaps
For Millennials,there has been a slow divergence between our mindsets compared to our parent’s generation. We can observe this from our views and opinions, lifestyle, and how many things had changed since thirty years ago.
7 Relatable Experiences of a Probinsyano in the Rat Race
I know that many will relate to what it feels like to always live in a hurry in the city. Here are the seven things that probinsyanos and probinsyanas running in the rat race may be experiencing.
10 Productive Activities You Can Do Within 30 Minutes
If we’re just honest with ourselves, most of us know that we can spare at least 30 minutes to do something productive that will pay dividends in the future.
The X-Curve: Correlating Age, Wealth, and Responsibility
The X-Curve is a principle shown through a graph relating how responsibility and wealth changes over time.