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So here’s it. I finally figured out what I wanted my blog to be for:
Sharing GOOD stuff, not just ME stuff.

This is gonna be a ongoing series, so here’s my first week of recommendations:

Our 21-Day Journey into Minimalism
Alright. So I shifted house 2 weeks back. For the first time in my life, I decided to stay out on my own. No strings attached, no obligations to adhere to, no junk to allowable to leave behind. Like what they say, the best way to declutter your stuff is to move house. So i guess this site really helped in challenging me on this 21 day journey of minimalising the items I own. Out of sight, out of mind. I must say, it’s going to transform your mindset, just as it did mine. FOR LIFE.

One year later, how’s the new blogging schedule working out?
For those of you starting off a new blog, journal, website…whichever. If you’re like me, not being able to get down to what you really wanted to do, or know how to better yet schedule life accordingly to discipline yourself, this is the best advice you could take reference from. Simple and easy thoughts of advice for the startouts.

29 highly successful people share their best career advice for people in their 20s
This is HIGHLY recommended for those of you who love one-liner bangers. I personally feel words that come from successfully established entrepreneurs in life could possibly be the most credible advice ever for any one finding your goal in life. Don’t just work. Start thinking about where you work gets you today. Read this and find out, if your job is really worth your effort.

Seven habits of organized people
The crazy organizers and possibly slightly “O-C-D” inclined folks. I’m into organizing, and sometimes good habits are just right about what we need to keep us on track for them to happen. Staying on top of it all, like it mentions. When you need control over things that are just not happening at all, check this out.

How do you restore your rationality?
Sometimes we find ourselves getting into intense conversations with those around us, and how in the world could we learn how to keep logical and calm above it all? One of my favorite tip from this site: Watch for biased and projective listening. Like…what do you mean? Read.

High Sensitivity, Low Self-Esteem
I grew up as a HSP (Highly Sensitive Person) and only got reminded when a dear friend spotted me reading a blog post on this topic, and passed me a book regarding this topic. I must say, the book changed my life. Maybe I should do a review on it. But for now, if you’re unable to accept loud noises and be easily startled by it…finding yourself a weirdo welling up to mini emotional situations in life (just like me), this is for you.

That’s it for the first week. Definitely looking forward to reading more and spreading more positive vibes to come. Enjoy!