• frugal,  lifestyle

    3 practical principles I learnt from investing that you can apply in real life

    This article will talk about the practical things you can apply to real life. I will probably write one more specific to investing later on. If it feels too good, it probably is Over the past year, so many crazy bull runs and “bubbles” occurred. The latest one was the meme stocks saga with $GME and co. (My detailed opinion about the controversy below) However, that’s not all. Remember the crazy electric vehicle hype? A company (Nikola) with no working vehicle and 0 sales could have such high stock price valuations. I think Nikola will probably be studied in business courses in the future as one of the many frauds,…

  • lifestyle,  strong

    Don’t try to put too much on your plate

    This article is from the fitness standpoint, but I believe it also applies to many aspects of life. Oftentimes, as humans, we are overly ambitious. We want this and that. We think we need those too. However, we quickly realise that all of these small little things add up very quickly. Before you know it, it is so mentally taxing and you can barely accomplish anything of good quality. For example, when we wake up everyday, we are subconsciously making decisions all the time. What to wear, what to do first thing in the morning, what to eat. So I always like to say, try to fixate a few things…

  • lifestyle

    To all NSFs/Uni Students, take advantage of this subsidy to upskill! (CITREP+)

    I am sure you have already heard of SkillsFuture. It is a nationwide initiative to help Singaporeans upskill. However, that is not the only upskilling programme that the Singapore government has to offer. Recently, I have finished a course using another initiative, and I found it useful because it alleviates the financial cost. This article will explore CITREP+, which focuses on developing ICT skill sets in Singaporeans and PRs. My experience in Hackwagon I am currently on another course which is also covered FULLY by CITREP+ because I am a NSF. Previously, I had already attended DS101: Introduction to Python Programming by Hackwagon. I really liked the instructor and the…