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Measure Your Life with The Wheel of Life

Measure Your Life with The Wheel of Life

Money. Why 4/10?

Not many people will admit their income in such a public space, but I want to be transparent. In 2018 I made under $15,000. Now, in Canada, to be considered as a low-income earner, you must be earning less than $23,000 as a single person. But also, I was officially a full-time freelancer, securing gigs, and transitioning fields - away from the not-for-profit sector. With my low income, I managed to move out of my mom’s house, travel to South America and USA, contributing to my investment accounts, and still pay my bills. Sure, it was a struggle, sometimes I spent money unwisely, and I often had breakdowns about money, but I also know I can survive off of $15k, so when I make more it means I can thrive.

Why are you wasting your time? The 80/20 Rule

Why are you wasting your time? The 80/20 Rule

I have 87 apps in my phone but I use the same 12 most frequently (which is only 13.7%, not even 20%)

The Physiological Response to Procrastination

The Physiological Response to Procrastination

I am guilty of doing it and you, dear reader, are probably guilty of it too.

Procrastination.

After every session I would tell myself, "never again", but lo and behold the following semester I found myself cramming in last-minute information for exams or furiously typing an assignment.

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