Which One is More Stressful: Climbing the Corporate Ladder or Becoming an Entrepreneur?

Which One is More Stressful: Climbing the Corporate Ladder or Becoming an Entrepreneur?

Anyone who has ever tried climbing the corporate ladder and challenged their luck in becoming an entrepreneur will know the answer. Both are stressful in a totally different way!

While both bring some perks that you can’t get from the other, there are some setbacks about choosing one over the other. Climbing the corporate ladder gives you some kind of stability. Becoming an entrepreneur will give you a chance to make your dream come true. But really, which one is more stressful?

Now, you know I’m not the kind of person who will strongly recommend you to quit your job and travel to start whatever business is… But I’ve been in both situations. Stressing over a corporate job, and dying to figure out how to make things work for my business.

So in this post, I will talk about it… The stress you may get from both sides!

5 Teenage Hobbies That Are Still Relevant in Your 30s

5 Teenage Hobbies That Are Still Relevant in Your 30s

If there’s one thing that I’ve learned about myself during the pandemic, it is the fact that I’m in my 30s, spending my time with the hobbies that I’ve had since I was a teenager. The hobbies that have been lost and found again almost 20 years later, as I’m forced to stay at home longer than I expected.

As a homebody, I enjoy my life the most when I’m home. But even for me, there are times when I feel frustrated and hopeless during the pandemic. As a result, I got in touch with my old hobbies. Some of them kinda brought me back to the memory lanes, as those are the things that I loved to do in my spare time when I was 15.

So in this post, I’m going to write about these teenage hobbies of mine that are surprisingly still relevant in my 30s. You may say that it’s the same shit, different time. But for me, it’s the same shit, but different approach because I’m older. Therefore, I’m (probably) wiser.

June 2021: What Has Happened to Me So Far in 2021

For those who usually stalk my blog every other day, you probably know that I usually write down my new year’s resolution here and review it every June to see how close I get to my goals or whether I give up yet. LOL.

Last year, I didn’t get a chance to write down my new year’s resolution as I got a bit busy with some other stuff that I couldn’t even think of goals to achieve this year. With the pandemic going, it’s even harder for me to think of something to motivate me for the year. Besides, I already mentioned some wishes I’ve got for the next decade a few years ago. So I guess that counts. LOL.

But this time, June almost ends, and I think it’s only fair to keep myself checked on how my life goes without any resolutions this year. Recently, I’ve made some life changes that I’m not even sure whether it would work well for me. But just like every time, I’m just trying to wing it and hope for the best.

So, what has happened in 2021 so far?!

How to Prepare Life as a Digital Nomad

Thanks to there being an increasing number of ways to live and work anywhere in the world, more and more people are thinking about living the digital nomad life

That means staying in various communities while never really settling down in one place for too long. You get to experience much of the world around you and immerse yourself directly in a range of different cultures.

Sound appealing to you? 

Living life as a digital nomad is about simplicity and being able to transport your belongings with you. Transitioning to this way of living takes some preparation.

Here are some of the things you need to prepare to live a nomad lifestyle. 

6 Ridiculous Beliefs I’m Grateful I Stopped Believing Before I Turned 30

If you’ve been reading my blog for quite some time now, you might understand that most of the content is related to the transition from being a confused young woman in her 20’s to a somewhat content woman in her early 30’s.

A few days after my 30th birthday, I compiled a list of songs related to my life when I turned 30. I even got some time to write about the differences between dating in my 20’s and 30’s just to prove my point.

Now that it’s been a while since the last time I wrote a piece about my life, I’ve come to an idea of writing about things that I believed in the past and how grateful I am that I’ve stopped believing now that I’m in my 30’s.

So, what are these ridiculous beliefs that I used to have until my 20’s?