Here are some of the lessons I learned after shifting to another industry that may require you to give your decision some time before undergoing a huge change in your career.
If you felt some of these, then you may be experiencing quarter-life crisis. Here are 10 possible signs.
As time goes by, I can’t help but feel that I am slowly getting absorbed by another rat race, this time, the government rat race.
Engineering students in the Philippines are usually told about this lie.
Have you ever think about what you want to do? What are the habits and interests you want to pursue?
Here are five changes which I started to do to cope with running amid the pandemic:
We are living in a time of uncertainty; still, education must persist.
I love the simple life in the province, which my friends would say suits me. But personally, there are times when I can’t help but miss some aspects of life in the urban jungle of Metro Manila.
I find it funny and nostalgic that at some point in my life, I laughed at the idea of reading for pleasure. Even reading for knowledge was unattractive aside from exam weeks.
Have you experienced the Graduation Googles?
Have you ever heard the term “delayed gratification”?
If you are planning to start investing, what do you want to achieve?
Resignation is part of the normal cycle of any company. If you think you are irreplaceable, then you may be wrong.
Being trapped in the rat race can be frustrating. Hopefully, we’ll all have the courage to run away from it.
Any injury is a huge setback for aspiring runners. It can make all of your hard work disappear and bring you back to square one.