Do you know what day it is? It's LiShya's birthday! Happy Birthday ger ger! And do you know what other day it is? It's our monthlysary! Yay!
I'd heard that absence Made the heart grow fonder, but Never thought I'd think it to be so true; I'd always found it too corny and clichéd, But then... I met you. You'll be back next week. The months, in hindsight, seem to Have just melted right away. But as the 29th approaches, Every second... Continue Reading →
I was reminded of the concept of retiring young but not necessarily rich while reading the book Your Money or Your Life (by Vicki Robin and Joe Dominguez, one of the best books on personal finance I have read so far), and thought some of you who are into personal finance may find it interesting.... Continue Reading →
I had always had this notion that the concept of the "best life possible" -- of living the "good life" -- was real. I never quite qualified it with reasoning or investigation, and just took it as it was. Then one day, hit by inspiration, I decided to do some research on what the living... Continue Reading →
He had always been to me – to a certain extent – the epitome of success at work. But though excellent at what he did – often earning top honours – he never appeared satisfied or genuinely happy with what he had. A smart strategist, he always chose his environment carefully, opting for where competition... Continue Reading →
I read an article about how evolution may be able to explain the spread of the flu virus, and I must say that it does seem to make some sense: virus strains that kill their hosts quickly will not be able to spread as far and wide as those that simply make their hosts sick... Continue Reading →
Who do you think are the happiest medical professionals? Give up? Heart surgeons. Because 他们常常开心。 There was this time I was in the car, when my mom mentioned that it had rained. "Maybe some trees had fallen and it'd cause a traffic jam," she said, in reference to a recent traffic jam caused by fallen... Continue Reading →