Joseph Huang

Member since Sep 2019

Love the whole idea of reading. Glad to see some books like these to add to my reading list this summer!

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Love this story. Just goes to show that if you truly want someone, you can make it work. Happy for you guys! <3

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Great post! I love how you view fear as either something to help you keep yourself in check AND as a motivator for doing something new and out of your comfort zone. Really mature way of using fear not letting it control you.

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Absolutely. Hope you had a Merry Christmas!

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I like to just think of one or two things I want to get done that will change my life in a fundamental way. Nothing earth-shattering or mind-blowing. Usually one of two gets done and I'm okay with that. Love your post!

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Thank you!

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Reading this while munching on a batch of Christmas cookies... I'm hopeless. :p

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Nice article on how young entrepreneurs can get the jumpstart by creating their own business. Doesn't mean it will turn into a Fortune 500 company, but the skills learned from doing EVERYTHING by yourself as you start your own business will be invaluable.

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Asking for help is sometimes the best way to make friends. 🙂 Love this article.

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I feel like I should do more of these. 🙂

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Love this post. Yes, kindness can do wonders. I think back to a time when I was going through a tough time and needed someone desperately to talk to. A co-worker happened to be swinging by and spend the next ten minutes of his time listening to my problems. Helped lifted a weight off my shoulders and I was able to work through the rest of my shift with a smile 🙂

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I love this post and one-hundred percent agree! I actually leave my credit cards at home on my days out so that I'm forced to stop and think when I "want" to make a purchase. Rather than just tapping the card on the scanner and thinking "Oh. That was just $10... I'll pay it back," I'm forced to think, "Well, I only have this much on hand … is it worth it?" Again, love this post.

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Netflix is good! I actually have to struggle to get myself to "focus" on the show I'm playing or else my mind just keeps wandering off to work. Oh well, baby steps :/

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That's awesome. I've never been to England. Aiming to change this down the road 🙂

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I have to admit, I'm one of those people who watched the movies before reading the HP books first! Currently on the 6th one and am enjoying it much more - especially with the more in-depth details - than the movies.

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They are. And the odd thing is that the more risks you take, the more they seem less like risks. 🙂

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A really helpful blog post on budgeting while still allowing some time to relax and have fun! Thanks for this - especially the TasteCards which I did not know about. 🙂

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Loved this post! <3

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Agreed. Self-care cannot be overlooked. It's funny, but there are days when before I go to bed, I purposefully flick something on Netflix and let myself unwind before going to bed. This way for me, I get to destress a bit and it helps!

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I love this article! It's funny how you mention the '2 year' period of time as that's exactly the same amount of time I give myself to find out if there's room for growth or not. For me, if I can't grow myself, then I can't learn something new, which means it's time to move. Again, love this article. 🙂

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