Seize The Moment



“Dream as if you’ll live forever. Live as if  you’ll die today.” ~James Dean

It is better to have dreams than to start the day, or year, not knowing where you stand. Dreams and ambitions are your foundation, or personal goals and desires in life. Everyone has a dream but not everyone knows how to turn that dream into reality.

Don’t let anyone tell you what you are, or what you can do or can’t. You know yourself better than anyone else. Defy gravity if you can but also remember to keep your feet on the ground. Set a goal and plan ahead, imagine yourself in that dream and how it would be like to live the life you’ve always wanted. Use it as a motivation. It is all about convincing yourself that you can achieve your dreams.

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7 Amazing Benefits of Budgeting Your Money


A budget is a roadmap to financial security. You wouldn’t even think about starting out on a cross country vacation without loading your GPS or at least taking a look at a road atlas. Your finances are not that different. Just like with a road trip, you need to know where you are starting from, where you want to end up and how you are going to get there. A budget gives you the essentials you need to get from point A to point B, regardless of whether you want to take the scenic route or the fastest path.

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7 Ways to Find Your Career Path

Being in a family of entrepreneurs and lawyers, I’ve always been pressured to pursue either of the two and continue the hierarchy. Before I graduated high school, I’ve tried internship in my uncle’s law firm as his secretary. Keeping schedules, handling confidential documents, and even finances since I used to be good when it comes to numbers.  He would bring me to court hearings sometimes. A lawyer’s job is interesting and challenging and at the same time it’s very stressful. Heck, being a secretary to a lawyer is already stressful and I am not even exaggerating. It’s when I’ve decided to not pursue this career. I was also pressured by my family to take up B.S. Nursing as my Pre-Med (since no one in the family is a doctor or a nurse). But, why am I not practicing my profession? Simple. I wasn’t living my dream.

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