Why keep all your money in your savings account when you could be making money while you sleep?
We’ve all heard of the life-changing returns that Dogecoin had going from 0.002 cents to 70 cents the night before Elon Musk did his SNL skit.
The returns are so ridiculous that people become millionaires within the span of a year all because they allocated some money to the side one day.
Thanks to my incredible girlfriend and my job revolving around investing, I’ve begun to get more into altcoins.
An Altcoin is an alternative digital currency to Bitcoin. The word Altcoin…
Judgemental people will say something like “why doesn’t that person just lose weight?”.
The thing is, it’s not so easy for everybody to just drop 10, 20, 30 pounds out of the blue.
Fitness extends much farther beyond going to the gym consistently or getting outside every day for thirty minutes.
It’s an uphill battle that includes having a healthy diet, a metabolism-dependent result, and stress level dependency.
A healthy diet in simplest terms for me is eating more healthy foods and less unhealthy foods.
I don’t prefer to be strict on my diet. However, I do my best to…
Being able to jump from one article to the next is absolutely setting me free as a writer.
Personally, I have a short attention span so it isn’t easy to pick a topic and stick to it for more than an hour. If you go through my recent stories, they range anywhere from 250 words to 750 words.
I used to write stories that were 1,000 words and more, but that was incredibly draining. I could only write one or two a day, and then I’d take several days off.
To some degree, you need to be self-aware about what…
Anyone who works hard is admirable. But someone who works all the time and is consumed by achieving success can be scary.
The term “workaholic” was coined in 1971 by the psychologist Wayne E. Oates, who referred to “an uncontrollable need to work incessantly” as an addiction.
Life is too short to be working our entire lives. Taking a break every once in a while is healthy and totally fine. Most workaholics like myself find it very hard to “clock out.”
Achieving success and living a life of fulfillment or purpose consumes the workaholic. …
A pandemic probably isn’t a time when you think you’ll meet the love of your life. It’s a time where meeting anyone new is a big risk, and we’re advised to keep our distance.
Tinder is not the place where you expect to find a significant other, let alone someone you call your soul mate.
Life is really crazy, and everything happens for a reason: the timing, the connection, the bond, the love — everything.
Let me take you on a journey and a behind-the-scenes story of why I have the most amazing girlfriend in the world.
Meeting online can…
Too many people are hard on themselves. While others may look up to you on the surface, deep down, there’s this feeling that you aren’t enough.
That’s because you’re your own biggest critic and you can’t give yourself enough credit for doing the things you’re doing.
People think they need to make a lot of money, be happily married, and live comfortably, but it’s not reality.
Not everyone has extra money to buy a Tesla. Not everyone meets the love of their life before thirty. Not everyone is in a great financial situation where they can pursue their passions.
Creating content for work or yourself is one of the most demanding tasks aside from manual labor.
If it weren’t for a lot of trial and error, discovering burnout, and testing new waters, I wouldn’t be as productive as I currently am.
Thanks to the internet, I’ve found my footing on YouTube, writing platforms, and other sorts of social media.
To create is to make something that is unique to yourself and sends a message to an audience in a way that impacts them.
We all have different strategies for creating content — especially how often. …
Developing a schedule, planning things, and staying disciplined is. some of the hardest things to do In life.
We’re all placed into this world without a specific purpose set in place. It takes a lot of figuring out before we find our footing, our career paths, and everything else in life.
For nearly the past year, I’ve been working from home and it wasn’t until recently that I developed a consistent schedule.
I joined the NCO Academy in the Army to achieve my Sergeant E-5 rank and have been attending the course from 6:30 am until 5:00 pm every single…
For many people, music is essential, especially creative thinkers.
I’m that person who always has music playing in the background whether it’s in front of a computer screen or on a drive into work.
Thanks to Apple CarPlay, the aesthetics of Spotify are much more enhanced. Instead of choosing a random playlist that was spontaneously made and has no aesthetic features, I get to look at all of my playlists that I’m proud of.
Every playlist means something different — a different emotion, feeling, and vibe of energy that courses through my veins.
Subscriptions are monthly expenses that can eat away at your income if they don’t serve a valid purpose in your life.
I’ve tested the waters in a lot of different ways ever since I got my first job and these are the top subscriptions that I believe everyone should allocate money towards.
Most of the stories I write are dedicated to ways we should save money or invest it. But in a technology-driven world, we’re going to find ourselves spending and these are subscriptions I personally own and pay for that I don’t regret at all.
I’m not even a…