Marketer turned writer. I make marketing stuff funny and simple. Meanwhile, sharing inspiring personal growth stories.
A Sales Expert Explains What Motivates People to Buy
People are often irrational. We frequently buy things driven by emotions and justify purchases later. Besides, we often want things that we don't have, but for what? Do we really need them, or is there anything else that motivates us to make a purchase?
3 Painful Truths That Reveal Why You Doubt Yourself
At one point in life, you might hear your inner voice whispering you: Will you ever be good enough? Do you really think you can make your dreams come true? Shouldn’t you just give up and do something else instead? You won’t make it.
How to Spend Less When You Want to Shop More
People often spend their last pennies on shiny objects searching for happiness, which they can’t buy! You might think, what’s wrong with buying presents for beloved self. We are all guests on our planet, and we all have just one life to live. If not now, then when? Fair enough!
This Is How It Feels When You Are In a Toxic Friendship
Friendship is like stars in the sky, it can shine for a long time and light the way for those who need it, or it can irreversibly vanish one day.
10 Smart Things You Can Do for $30 to Greatly Improve Your Life
There is a delusion that personal comfort and freedom cost a lot. The truth is, it does not matter how much you make if you don’t track your expenses and plan finances in the long term. Amy Fontinelle, a financial journalist and personal finance expert, puts it well:
How to Decide What Should You Read Next?
“You know you’ve read a good book when you turn the last page and feel a little as if you have lost a friend.” — Paul Sweeney
8 Subtle Signs You Might be a Cheapskate, not a Frugal
Some people like spending their last penny on shiny objects they’ll never use. They rarely think of tomorrow and prefer enjoying the present moment without regrets and overthinking.
5 Wellness Practices for Insanely Busy Bloggers
Blogging is often challenging, but it eventually becomes addictive. I personally don’t believe in the assumption that “blogging is easy; you just have to start.” It is pure art to transmit your thought on paper or into an image and frame thoughts cohesively.