Last Updated on October 14, 2021
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.
In this post, I wrote my personal experience and struggles during my quarter-life crisis.
This is my most emotional post because I had to relive my season of being lost, anxious, and depressed.
Thanks to God, I was able to return stronger and more values-driven.
This is a primer regarding the Philippine Stock Market.
I tried to answer as much as I can regarding the frequently asked questions of newbies and potential stock market investors.
A usual struggle of fresh graduates and first job employees is money management.
Money topics are often avoided at home which results to financially untrained individuals to handle their finances for the first time.
I tried to share some budgeting strategies that I use.
Publish Date: April 17, 2020
My 29th birthday post.
I relayed my experience as I “celebrated” my special day during the first month of the quarantine.
Publish Date: June 27, 2020
There are so many lessons to learn in our surroundings, including mobile games.
In this post, I enumerated 20 lessons I learned while playing Mobile Legends: Bangbang (MLBB).
Publish Date: August 29, 2020
Out of all the skills that every “new” adult needs to learn, I discussed twelve and why they are significant.
It’s been almost two years since I left Metro Manila to return to my home province and pursue other interests.
Though there are things that I surely missed, there are also those that I thankful that I left.
Our 20’s is a crucial time in our lives and we can’t help to feel left out by our peers and friends. We may feel that we are still going nowhere and time is quickly passing by.
In this post, I tried to express my thoughts about the ‘hustle’ generation.
After working for more than 5 years, reading financial books, and talking with many people from different walks of life, I heard sound financial advice and at the same time dangerous financial advice.
It’s normal for people to want to invest as early as possible. However, there is a better way to do it. There should be a proper order of our finance that also will protect us and our family.
Thank you for continuously supporting our blog. I may have based many of these things on my personal experiences and opinions but I hope you can relate.
For more years to come. Happy New Year!
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