” a high-functioning procrastinator – yes, that is a thing! That means that as the deadline comes closer and the pressure builds up, I can focus more and die down the noise around me. Sometimes, I think that is my superpower.”
Looking around our society, we can easily say that many would respect people with fancy titles rather than those with a long, demonstrated history of working experience.
What will you do with the rest of your life after accomplishing your goals early?
The pandemic taught us so much about life in just a short time, like the importance of human connection, our health, our finances, and our faith.
There will always be pros and cons when we lose our job. That is why we need to keep on learning, so when an opportunity presents itself, we will have the courage, knowledge, and skills to leap forward.
“I know that many will relate to what it feels like to always live in a hurry in the city.
Here are the seven things that probinsyanos and probinsyanas running in the rat race may be experiencing.”
“But if we’re just honest with ourselves, most of us know that we can spare at least 30 minutes of our day for something more productive and will pay dividends in the future.”
I realized that there are many more skills that we need to incorporate into our lives to live a simpler but fuller life.
In 2016, I was invited to attend a financial literacy seminar in Makati by a friend. Though I already had some knowledge regarding personal finance,
Entering our 30s is one of the most significant checkpoints for many millennials because we think that we should have done many things or achieved most of our goals by this time. Well, at least that was what’s portrayed in social media.