Personal Project

How Blogging Is The Perfect Personal Project

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Blogging is the ultimate personal project that I’m extremely grateful to have found.

For as long as I can remember, I’ve wanted a personal project to constantly work on.

I wanted an interest that I could completely dedicate myself to, and I needed it to be a craft that I could perfect.

For whatever reason, there was always this individual, portable nature to this dream too. I wanted to be able to work from anywhere, whether it was the local coffee shop or on a beach while on vacation.

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Every Two Weeks

Improve Every Two Weeks Instead Of Waiting For The…

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As a progress natured person, I often wonder how the majority of society expects to find happiness.

I observe the same recurring patterns over and over as if I’m watching a slow motion replay. However, it doesn’t seem like anyone else notices these same patterns.

The average adult typically receives a pay cheque every two weeks, providing the opportunity to move forward.

But there’s always an excuse to rationalize that now is not the time for progress. There’s always some mystical time in the future, they say.

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financial education

Why the Education System should make Financial Education a…

The more I think about it, the more obvious it is that the education system is flawed.

Of course, specific courses are valuable because they lead to specialized careers.

But for the most part, the education system needs to make financial education more of a priority.

In its current state, the subjects taught have no application for real life, there is a failure to accommodate unique personality types, and it also creates student loans.

To sum it up, the education system does not create smart, successful individuals, it creates corporate cogs that are in debt.

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