Transitioning into working adult life is not easy, to say the least. Not until I got to this stage did the question “What am I doing with my life?” come up in me as a regular occurrence. I graduated from a prestigious university with a Math/Economics degree, took a three year Bible-school detour, and then…… Continue reading 28. Figuring Out What I’m Good At To Make A Living
Whether or not this blog ever turns into an actual business is not entirely up to me, but one thing I do know is that I have the intention of using this blog as a means for me to help develop various skills, including discipline and commitment. This involves doing things even when I don’t…… Continue reading 27. Practicing Self-Employment
It’s the number of blog posts I’ve written and it’s also my age. I remember being a teenager and thinking that anyone who is 25 must be a mature adult, and then 25 rolled around. As I look around at my fellow millennials, I wonder how many of them actually feel like “real” adults. I’ve…… Continue reading 26. My Age
How do I know? Well, there’s this really good book.. this is how excited I was when it came in the mail. Glad I have Amazon Prime. I’m 26 and I wish I read it earlier, but I’m thankful I’m still in my twenties. It’s all about perspective.
First of all, I found this free groundhog picture online and think it’s so cute and ugly at the same time, and it also fits my title quite well, if I say so myself. According to dictionary.com, the word ignorant means “uninformed; unaware.” I can related to this definition. I’m not sure what happened, but growing…… Continue reading 24. Climbing Out of the Hole of Ignorance
Recently I’ve been subscribing to blogs of young women who seem similar to me yet have way cooler and successful blogs that have even turned into their own awesome business. There’s something about the whole “do what you love” mantra that kind of hits home for me, but there’s also something scary about it. Probably…… Continue reading 23. Start a Business?
“Early rising” may be defined differently for different people. If you’re a college/university student who only has afternoon and evening classes, perhaps your regular rise time is noon. If you’re a working professional, you might normally wake up between 6 to 8am, depending on when you get into work in addition to commute time. Regardless…… Continue reading 22. The Benefits of Early Rising