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Rude Awakenings

Rude Awakenings

A week ago I had a rude awakening at 5:30 am.  For people who know me, they would think that this is unusual and very early for me.  But on that day, when I woke up I had to double check the actual time I woke up versus the train departure time. It was indeed a rude awakening when I saw that the train departure time was 6 am and I didn’t want to miss that train as it was…

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#ChangeForALife: Changing Whose Life?

#ChangeForALife: Changing Whose Life?

Last 30th Dec 2015, I had a chance to volunteer for TGFI’s Change for a Life Program. It was a very unusual morning which started with a few funny moments.  The morning started with me having a rude awakening at 8am because I didn’t hear my alarm ring.  I had to rush getting ready as I was supposed to meet up with my friend and fellow volunteer Jay at 8am at Tiendesitas.  My parents, who are very supportive of all…

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10 Most Popular Blogs From 2015 You May Have Missed

10 Most Popular Blogs From 2015 You May Have Missed

A Happy New Year to you dear blog readers! I wanted to wrap up the year 2015 by sharing with you my most popular blog posts where you may able to get some nuggets of wisdom whether new or refreshing insights.  I hope you enjoy reading them in the same way I enjoyed writing them. Here’s the recap of 2015’s Top 10 Most Popular Blog Posts: 3 Myths of Investing Four years of investing in stocks and mutual funds may…

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Life’s What Ifs

Life’s What Ifs

In life, there are three kinds of “What Ifs” and I am sure at some point in your life you have experienced both of them.  We have to plan for the “What Ifs” of life. Photo courtesy of: http://zandas.net/what-if/ The first “What If” is looking back at your past and thinking what if you made a different decision or followed a different path, and maybe to some extent feel nostalgic or have some regrets. Can you imagine what your life will…

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