If you have read “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” by Robert Kiyosaki. then you should realize by now that financial intelligence is a manner of personal disposition. How to get yourself out of the endless loop of working to earn and earning to pay bills starts with the initiative to keep track of your expenses. Honestly, I used to be so loose with money that looking back I have realized I could have saved a lot of money and yet here I am, still broke and dependent. I’m pretty sure I’m not the only one with this dilemma and I’m here to say that it’s never too late to start paying attention to the financial aspect of your life. Like everything else, the road to financial freedom starts with planning and organization. [Read more…]
Don’t know if this is a symptom of growing up or just a slap of reality but recently I have come to accept that I have been living over the opposite side of OCD. My messy disposition has finally caught up with me. The creative mess I once called my room is now starting to annoy me. There are times I couldn’t find something that I swear I knew exactly where I kept them and I couldn’t track the things I borrowed and the things other people borrow from me. Yes, I’m that much of a sloven. I had this mental cycle of cleaning my room so I could mess it up later and messing up my room so I could clean it later. The horrors of being a Gemini could be a drag but realization is the first step to changing for the better. [Read more…]
If you’re hell serious about getting a job as a hospital nurse without the need of a backer, in this god forsaken country where nepotism is an accepted means to anything, why not try applying for a nurse trainee in World Citi Medical Center, where nurses are hired solely for their knowledge, skills and attitude? [Read more…]
Yesterday, during the wee hours of the morning, I decided to surf the net for anything because I’ve lost interest in the stuff I have been doing these few weeks. I needed an inspiration. Something that would pop out my screen and light my day. I was thinking of Blog ideas and Art inspirations but this one made me really think existential questions. [Read more…]
In a snap, my whole perspective on life and success changed.
“Mastery isn’t the reaching nor the arriving. It’s in constantly wanting to close that gap between where you are and where you want to be. Mastery is about sacrificing for your craft and not for the sake of crafting your career”– Sarah Lewis