Never Invest in Something You Don’t Understand
I’ve met many people who became so excited to start investing. Maybe after hearing positive reviews from family, friends, and workmates regarding certain products.
Which 3 Idiots Character are You?
Many would agree that one of the best movies every engineering student should watch is 3 Idiots.
Of Birthdays and Quarantines
I celebrated my birthday yesterday by not celebrating it – just not in the normal sense of the word.
Why Are We in Such a Rush To Succeed?
Many of us, millennials and gen Z’s, are in such a hurry to be successful. We want to attain so many things and reach higher heights before we hit the age of 30.
So… This Is What a Market Crash Feels Like
I have been investing in the Philippine stock market for a few years now, and during those times I often read about the Global Financial Crisis of 2008. It always seemed surreal to think that the stock prices of Philippine companies like Ayala, SM, Jollibee, and PLDT came stumbling down along with the world’s biggest […]
3 Ways To Keep on Running Even If My Schedule is Shifting
How can you insert running into your shifting schedule?
11 Things I Learned In My First 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:
The Graduation Goggles
Have you experienced the Graduation Googles?
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.
Delayed Gratification: Balancing Today and Tomorrow
“Delayed gratification says that we should put a hold on the things that we think are important today in exchange for better things tomorrow.”