• 11 Lessons I Learned From My First Three Years of Investing

    11 Lessons I Learned From My First Three Years of Investing

    Here are 11 of the most important investment and personal finance lessons that I learned through my first 3 years of working:

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  • The Graduation Goggles

    The Graduation Goggles

    Have you experienced the Graduation Googles?

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  • Taking Stress Into Perspective

    Taking Stress Into Perspective

    A new year should be a fresh start. A start to try something new, redo failed attempts, and live life to the fullest. Unfortunately, 2018 did not start particularly well for me.

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  • Delayed Gratification: Enjoying the Present Without Sacrificing the Future

    Delayed Gratification: Enjoying the Present Without Sacrificing the Future

    “Delayed gratification says that we should put a hold on the things that we think are important today in exchange for better things tomorrow.”

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  • Investing: Start with an End in Mind

    Investing: Start with an End in Mind

    A goal is your dream with a deadline, and most often, with a price tag. Setting a high goal should not scare you. What you should be afraid of is a wasted life wrapped in mediocrity.

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  • What is an emergency fund and why everyone needs one?

    What is an emergency fund and why everyone needs one?

    An emergency fund is a saving, usually worth three to six times your monthly expenses or salary, depending on your preference. But there are situations where you’ll need to have more than a year’s worth of emergency fund.

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  • 13 Reasons Why… They Resigned

    13 Reasons Why… They Resigned

    Resignation is part of the normal cycle of any company. If you think you are irreplaceable, then you may be wrong.

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  • My First Half-marathon Experience

    My First Half-marathon Experience

    There are many things long-distance running can teach us. Not just in racing but also in life.

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  • 9 Simple Ways To Read More Books This Year

    9 Simple Ways To Read More Books This Year

    How many books have you read last year? For the working people, reading more than five books a year is already a remarkable feat. There are many reasons why people lessen or stop reading altogether after graduation. The most common that I hear are (1) having less time because of work and other responsibilities, or […]

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  • Running in the Rat Race

    Running in the Rat Race

    Being trapped in the rat race can be frustrating. Hopefully, we’ll all have the courage to run away from it.

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  • 9 Ways to Keep Your Job from Making you Fat

    9 Ways to Keep Your Job from Making you Fat

    Some might even joke that your salary is directly proportional to your waistline. So as your income increases, so does your belly.

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  • 10 Things I Wish I Knew Before I Started Running

    10 Things I Wish I Knew Before I Started Running

    As I progressed as a runner, I discovered simple habits that made my running more enjoyable, which can also apply to you. Here are 10 simple tips:

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  • 5 Things I Learned After an Injury

    5 Things I Learned After an Injury

    Any injury is a huge setback for aspiring runners. It can make all of your hard work disappear and bring you back to square one.

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  • How I Fund My Hobby Without Breaking the Bank

    How I Fund My Hobby Without Breaking the Bank

    As I progressed as a runner, I found it quite challenging to put all of my running necessities into my budget and had to dip into my savings account.

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  • 4 Simple Ways to Start Running

    4 Simple Ways to Start Running

    Running is one of the most basic exercises out there. The sport is rather simple, you need to put one foot in front of the other while not being in contact with the ground at the same time. Just make sure that you do not have any prior health problems that may get affected by […]

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