• I’m trying out digital minimalism, and it’s been great

    I’m trying out digital minimalism, and it’s been great

    Digital minimalism revealed the dangers of our overindulgence to the attention economy, primarily through our smartphones and social media.

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  • Pondering About Love, Relationship, and Singleness

    Pondering About Love, Relationship, and Singleness

    “If ever I finally found “the one,” I am willing to take the leap of faith and dive headfirst into a long and winding journey with someone that’s been planned by God from the start.”

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  • 5 Pros and 4 Cons of Living Closer to Your Work

    5 Pros and 4 Cons of Living Closer to Your Work

    When I was still in my previous job, I lived two cities away from my work. And anyone who’s ever lived in Metro Manila in recent years can attest that commuting there is a nightmare.

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  • Why We Should Always Ask Questions

    Why We Should Always Ask Questions

    Asking questions early on avoids miscommunication, especially since there is a language barrier between us. From that point on, I realized the importance of asking questions.

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  • Your Degree (Or Lack of It) Should Not Dictate Your Future

    Your Degree (Or Lack of It) Should Not Dictate Your Future

    Education and getting a degree is important. However, you should not just align your life around it.

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  • 10 Lessons I Learned From Investagrams Trading Cup

    10 Lessons I Learned From Investagrams Trading Cup

    The last quarter of the year is a special time for the stock market enthusiasts, not because of a specific market condition but because of the Annual Investagrams Trading Cup.

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  • 13 Important Categories In My Monthly Budget. The First One Is A Must-have.

    13 Important Categories In My Monthly Budget. The First One Is A Must-have.

    The 50-30-10-10 Budgeting is a good starting point, but maybe you can try this budgeting method if you want to be more specific.

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  • Why It is Best to Start Saving For Your Christmas Expenses in January

    Why It is Best to Start Saving For Your Christmas Expenses in January

    But what if you could use your 13th Month Pay and other bonuses for other things, instead of the usual holiday expenses by doing one thing.

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  • Why I No Longer Make New Year’s Resolutions

    Why I No Longer Make New Year’s Resolutions

    Making a new year’s resolution is an annual routine after the Christmas vacation when we will write the things we think need to change.

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  • 20 Lessons from 2020

    20 Lessons from 2020

    So as the year comes to a close, here are 20 life lessons I learned from what felt longer than 365 days.

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  • Rat Race Running Top 10 Blogs of 2020

    Rat Race Running Top 10 Blogs of 2020

    2020 has been difficult for everyone but for me, there is a silver lining – the opportunity to start writing again. In March, I wrote my first blog post since May 2018 and consistently published it weekly. Here are the Top 10 blog posts based on the number of reads from March to November. 1. […]

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  • Communicate in the language of the people

    Communicate in the language of the people

    Communication is more than just words spoken and heard. It is the connection established between individuals that cause understanding.

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  • It’s Okay To be The Dumbest Person In The Room

    It’s Okay To be The Dumbest Person In The Room

    The dumbest person in the room gives the highest potential and return on investment.

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  • Life Is A Constant Tug-Of-War

    Life Is A Constant Tug-Of-War

    We are constantly battling between two or more choices in everything we do – but in reality, they are often just between what we “want to do” and “have to do”.

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  • 3 Downside of Peso-Cost Averaging in Stocks

    3 Downside of Peso-Cost Averaging in Stocks

    Peso-cost averaging is a good start to invest, especially if you have a busy schedule, the bad news is you may be missing out on other opportunities in the stock market.

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