Having lots of time without a life purpose guide you is pointless.

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A recipe for a more meaningful life with yourself and others.

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“The best investment you can make is an investment in yourself.”

— Warren Buffett

I believe in that quote, and it is one of the guiding principles in my life. When you apply it in the context of relationships, it means for a healthy relationship to thrive, one should not spend all his or her energy attempting to alter another’s identity because the permanent changes start from within. You cannot coerce someone to change for your benefit or even to have the desire to change.

Although money cannot buy you happiness, it can bring a sense of security if you manage your money right.

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Financial planning and discipline is key to one’s financial freedom.

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“Stop making debt and going broke and calling that ‘living’. That’s not living, it’s lying.”

— Michelle Walker-Wade

The decade of our twenties is filled with numerous life chapters, such as careers and relationships.

It’s not a walk in the park.

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“Solitude matters, and for some people, it’s the air they breathe.” — Susan Cain

Google estimates that there are 7.674 billion human beings on this planet as of 2019. While introverts make up 25% to 40% of that figure, the rest of the population doesn’t really understand introverts or what keeps them going. Unfortunately, some people out there still can’t tell the differences between an extrovert and an introvert.

Introverts? What are they?

World-renowned psychologist, psychiatrist, and therapist Carl Jung popularised the concept of introversion and extroversion in the context of personality. So, you can be an introvert or an extrovert (or an ambivert).

Books can be better friends than human beings.

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It is not worth your time and energy.

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Reading about the craft can make you write better.

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Not to make your life better, but to make it more worthwhile.

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It will only destroy you (and your life).

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Terence Kong

26 | Blogger | Writer | Bookworm | Personal Developer | Personal Finance and Mental Health Advocate | Photographer | Runner | Bunny Slave

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