Lunchbreak. A few weeks ago, I had literally the most productive lunch break ever by going to a workshop on productivity. (irony) I found the workshop tremendously useful in helping me optimise my time and organise my life better. So I thought sharing it here would be very beneficial to anyone who is reading. Common … Continue reading The College Student’s Guide to Productivity
So, we are halfway through the Great Singapore Sale (GSS) in Singapore, marked by the opulent merchandise displayed at every store front. Discounts plastered across windows, promo codes sent to every email address in Singapore (with people occasional sliding into the DMS as well) We are looking to make a killing for ourselves by getting the … Continue reading Great Singapore Sale: Buying what truly matters (ft. Adam Smith, Father of Modern Economics)
Hey, friends. It’s Keith here. I have been taking a hiatus from blogging because: a. doing some brainbulking on my own, building my mental muscles and expanding my intellectual capacity b. training the physical body, unleashing the dormant lion in my skin. c. working (like a day job,duh!) And after a really long period of … Continue reading Weapons of Warriors
I used to be one of those kids, excitedly penning down my new year resolutions only to see it fail spectacularly. Then it hit me, the reason why New Year Resolutions are dumb, it's because it has always been an extrinsic motivation that does not truly uncover the reason behind why we resolve to do … Continue reading New Year Resolutions are dumb.
As I type this post down, I am still in the midst of reorganising my thoughts and attempting to consolidate my learning in the neatest way I know. (albeit a futile attempt). . On Saturday, I grudgingly dragged my feet out of my room to embark on a trip to Yogyakarta with my suitemates and … Continue reading The Batik Of Life