If you're new to Rat Race Running, this blog is about running away from the rat race, self-improvement, personal finance and investing, and intentional living.
Here are the articles that best describe what the blog is all about.
- What It’s Like To Be Running in the Rat Race
- The Life-Changing Journey Through Quarter-Life Crisis
- Where Do You See Yourself In Five Years
- Multipotentialite: Explore All Your Interests
- Your Degree (Or Lack of It) Should Not Dictate Your Future
- Pondering About Love, Relationship, and Singleness
- We Pay Not With Money But With Time
- When Do We Lose Our Smile?
- 5 Lessons I Learned After Changing Career
- 5 New Status Symbols We Should Aim For
Another recurring theme in this blog is my advocacy for personal finance. I believe people should know how to control their money, not the other way around. You may read these articles for a start.
- Hierarchy of a Strong Financial Foundation
- Basic Budgeting for Single Young Professionals
- Personalize Your Personal Finance
- Lifestyle Inflation: The Silent Budget Killer
- Never Invest in Something You Don’t Understand
- X-Curve Concept: Correlating Age, Wealth, & Responsibility
- The Payday Is Not A Call For Celebration
- 12 Fundamental Money Lessons From The Bible
- Dave Ramsey’s 7 Baby Steps for Filipinos
- 8 Simple Ways To Improve Your Financial Literacy
- 14 Simple Personal Finance Rules I Live By
- Let’s Talk About Debts: Causes, Strategies & Tips
- What is the Kurot Principle in Spending?
Under the umbrella of personal finance is investing. Here are some articles that will be helpful to you.
- Philippine Stock Market Beginner’s Guide
- PAG-IBIG MP2 Absolute Beginner’s Guide
- Stock Dividend Investing: Beginner’s Guide
- Mutual Funds: Start Investing With P50
- Passive Income Beginner’s Guide
I also frequently write about minimalism and the importance of simple living.
- Minimalism: Enjoy The Beauty of Simple Living
- Digital Minimalism: How to Declutter Our Digital Space
- Social Minimalism: The Beauty of Fewer Connections
- Trying Out Minimalism in a Maximalist House.
- Minimalism and Getting Rid of Sentimental Items
Lastly, I write about my take on “adulting” and personal development.
- 24 Essential Adulting Skills We Need to Learn
- We All Need Mentors, Luckily I Have Five
- It’s Okay To be The Dumbest Person In The Room
- Turning 30: 30 Lessons from 30 Years
- A Funny Thing About Adulthood
- 10 Small Things I Appreciated More During Adulthood
- Personal Growth Is Not a Straight Line
- 12 Powerful Principles to Improve in Almost Anything
IMPORTANT: Please note that this is a dynamic page and I may add more posts and categories here moving forward.