• My Love/Hate Relationship with Facebook Memories

    My Love/Hate Relationship with Facebook Memories

    I liked how convenient it is to look back on beautiful memories with friends, families, and myself and cringe on what I wrote on my wall a decade ago as a digital time capsule of my life.

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  • The Biggest Lie We’re Told About Engineering

    The Biggest Lie We’re Told About Engineering

    Engineering students in the Philippines are usually told about this lie.

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  • 10 Things I Learned in my First Month of Remote Teaching

    10 Things I Learned in my First Month of Remote Teaching

    Here are ten things I learned during my first month of remote teaching.

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  • Personalize Your Personal Finance

    Personalize Your Personal Finance

    Personal Finance should be “personal”. Match it with your needs.

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  • We All Need Mentors. Luckily, I Have Five.

    We All Need Mentors. Luckily, I Have Five.

    Having a mentor is crucial in our personal and professional lives. They offer unique insights through their collective experiences and wisdom.

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  • You Might Just Be A Multipotentialite

    You Might Just Be A Multipotentialite

    Have you ever think about what you want to do? What are the habits and interests you want to pursue?

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  • 12 Adulting Skills We Need to Learn

    12 Adulting Skills We Need to Learn

    Here are 12 skills I believe every “new” adult and older adults should learn.

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  • 7 Dangerous Financial “Advice” I Have Ever Heard

    7 Dangerous Financial “Advice” I Have Ever Heard

    Out of the countless financial “advice” I’ve heard, here are seven I found most amusing but also dangerous:

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  • The Two Kilometer Rule

    The Two Kilometer Rule

    ome benefits of walking include better sleep quality, reduced risks on many forms of lifestyle diseases like cancer and diabetes, it also makes for stronger bones and muscles, etc.

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  • A Life-changing Journey Through Quarter-Life Crisis

    A Life-changing  Journey Through Quarter-Life Crisis

    I’ve been looking forward when I finally graduate, pass my board exams, become an engineer, and practice my profession. However, I haven’t considered what I would do next.

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  • Year 1 in the Academe: Complete

    Year 1 in the Academe: Complete

    Today marks my first year in the academe, and so far, it’s been one heck of a ride.

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  • A Funny Thing About Regret

    A Funny Thing About Regret

    We all have thoughts deep inside us about making better decisions resulting in a better outcome. “What if I chose the other job offer, instead of this? What could have been if I focused more on my education? What if we didn’t break up?” and many more.

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  • Basic Budgeting for Single Young Professionals

    Basic Budgeting for Single Young Professionals

    Paying yourself first means to save first before spending.

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  • Don’t Get Trapped in Lifestyle Inflation

    Don’t Get Trapped in Lifestyle Inflation

    Lifestyle inflation is one common problem for young professionals and even seasoned employees in the workplace. And getting trapped in it is relatively easy.

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  • You Are Always Selling – You Just Don’t Know It

    You Are Always Selling – You Just Don’t Know It

    Do you think you have what it takes to be a salesperson? Because whether you like it or not, you are already one.

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