5 Things to Love About My Mom

I rarely write lengthy and cheesy letters anymore for my loved ones because it’s out of my comfort zone but given that I’m away yet again for my Mom’s Birthday and she loves a grand gesture, I thought there’s no better gift than featuring her for my blog post today. There are so many reasons…

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I’m Coming Clean

For someone whose blog premise are often about her thoughts, experiences and feelings, it is surprisingly difficult for me to write this without coming off as if I’m victimizing myself yet again. The first time I wrote about my weight, I remember pouring out everything and I honestly still think that it was personally one…

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Meal Prep Madness: June!

The month of June was a short experiment for me on doing a semi-Ketogenic diet. I think it was a fairly successful tryout, though I didn’t go deep into the diet yet. Here’s a couple of things I tried.

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6 Steps to Unlearn Jealousy

Unlearning jealousy is not an easy feat. Not that it is inherently bad to be jealous but excessiveness of it is sometimes not healthy anymore. Let me help you with my ways to cope with it.

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5 Things I’ve Learned from Customer-Service Industry

I’ve officially been regularized this August, which is a month earlier than the normal probation time. It’s right around my target, and I thought of commemorating the occasion with some bits and pieces of what I’ve learned in the field so far. Here are some of them.

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4 Financial Mistakes I’ve Done

As if I haven’t done it previously before, it is a love and hate task for me to write about the more embarrassing parts of myself (i.e. read here my bad habits I’m working on). I feel very vulnerable but writing about them has been therapeutic at the same time; it’s like doing a PSA…

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13 Beginner’s Guide to Spending Less and Saving More

Saving money gets a bit trickier as we get older. Here’s some of my personal tips in getting started with it.

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