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Business Brainstorming Tips for the "Non-Business Person"

DOING something with your interests, experimenting with them, until you get to know and get familiar with what it means to feel passionate -- that's how you get closer to finding your passion. Not through watching from the sidelines/your phone screen.

I know this is easier said than done, so, I came up with some business brainstorming tips for the “non-business person", or the beginner/aspiring business person -- who wants to create profit from the things s/he is really interested in, or really good at.

Women & Money: Why your savings account is not growing

A lot of young women tell me that they’ve been working for ___ number of years, but still barely have any savings.

That was also my status for many years, always depleting my bank account, unaware that I didn't have any rainy day funds -- until I changed my money mindset in the beginning of 2015.

Here's what I was doing wrong (and probably what you're doing wrong, too).

How to constantly expand your horizons & find (or grow) your passion

My attention span tends to plateau very easily. The minute I feel like I'm falling into a routine, my zest for life totally flat-lines and I become all Moaning-Myrtle-y and stuff.

Thankfully, I've found that there are three things that can snap me out of my melodramatic reverie: (1) Traveling, (2) Meeting new people, and (3) Doing nothing.

5 Productivity Hacks for Creative People

My relationship with productivity has greatly changed in the past 2 years.

You see, I've always attacked my to-do list like a Type A person, which quashed my creative alter-ego in a little corner, sulking like the sensitive mopey artist that she is.

Most of the time, we associate 'creative people' and 'artists' with messiness and lack of structure and having their own flow -- but you know, productivity is not just for straight-edged, go-getting, Type A people. Creative people can be their own brand of productive.

So, here are my 5 productivity hacks that help me get into a more creative mindset every day.

New Places and New Lessons: A Journal from New York & San Francisco

Here are some of the new places I visited, and the lessons I learned in these two cities.

This list is in no specific order, and by no means exhaustive -- because I went to so many new places, learned so much, and did a year's worth of Manila-walking.

New places are always classrooms for learning, wherever you are in the world (or even in your own city) -- but only if you let them.