Entering our 30s is one of the most significant checkpoints for many millennials because we think that we should have done many things or achieved most of our goals by this time. Well, at least that was what’s portrayed in social media.
“One of the most important lessons I learned early in my adult life is to learn from other people’s mistakes.
This tip is applicable in most areas of our lives, whether it be in relationships, personal finance, business, or life in general.”
After a year, I already published 54 posts and several articles on schedule. It is still hard to believe that it’s already been that long, and I’ve become more consistent over time.
“We live in a consumerist society. Everywhere we go, and wherever we look, we are always bombarded by advertisements about all the stuff that apparently we “need.”
But do we need to subscribe to this consumerist ideals?
Last January, I started reading Digital Minimalism by Cal Newport, and it has been an eye-opener.
It revealed the dangers of our overindulgence to the attention economy, primarily through our smartphones and social media.
I avoid talking about relationships as much as possible because I have nothing much to say, given that I’ve been single for a long time.