So, you may not agree with what I'm about to say but I think it's something to ponder about before you spend another hour dedicated to brainstorming entrepreneurial ideas. I've been reading a few start-up books and books on successful people such as Warren Buffet and they all seem to have this golden thread through … Continue reading Stop Dedicating An Hour.
Millennial’s Be Expectant
I believe that we shouldn’t confuse expectancy with entitlement. Our generation shouldn’t be misunderstood as entitled. We are expectant. With hard work, commitment and loyalty we are expectant to grow, be promoted and rewarded for genuine hard work. Expectancy: the state of thinking or hoping that something, especially something good, will happen. With … Continue reading Millennial’s Be Expectant
A Millennial’s thought on Minimalism
I recently watched the documentary called Minimalism on Netflix. I originally by-passed the Netflix suggestion of Minimalism and would go for “White Helmets,” “Peaky Blinders” and “Happy Valley” sort of series but people kept on telling me that it’s a must! So, one day, Nicholas was out and I decided to watch this documentary … Continue reading A Millennial’s thought on Minimalism
Millennial London Restaurant Reccomendations
Hi there, So, now that we've moved to London we're exploring like crazy. We love food, markets, coffee shops and a hidden gem of a cocktail bar. So, below are a few restaurant recommendations for our fellow Londoner's from two newbies. These places are mostly in Knightsbridge area but we're definitely venturing further out so … Continue reading Millennial London Restaurant Reccomendations
How to handle your first week living in another country?
A Millennials Experience Let me start by saying, London is one of the best decisions we’ve made. I’ve always loved London on holidays but moving I knew was going to be a huge decision. Being on holiday is a very different story compared to living in a place fulltime. So, with knowing that I knew … Continue reading How to handle your first week living in another country?
A Millennial’s USA
So, recently Nicholas and I decided to move to England and with the influence of my father we decided to do a 2-and-a-half-week USA trip a week into moving. We literally planned a whole USA trip within two months, saved what we needed and got blessed with tickets! So, there we were in 2 months … Continue reading A Millennial’s USA
The Millennial Connection
The average person checks his/her phone over 150 times a day. Is this okay? These moments detract from our everyday. Our conversations, people around us and potential new discovers. We’ve begun putting more time into our devices then we do our relationships. We have to remove ourselves from our devices and only check in when … Continue reading The Millennial Connection
The Millennial “Wish”
Stop saying "I wish" and start saying "I will" Sometimes I catch myself saying, “I wish I could do that, be like that and have that thing,” so while listening to Joyce Meyer’s podcast, "Living a Life you Love - Part 1," I found it very interesting how we wish for so many things but … Continue reading The Millennial “Wish”
How to overcome toxic environments So, I’ve come to the realisation that the people who are constantly trying to bring you down shouldn’t take up space in your mind. These people who are negative shouldn’t take up your energy. Whether it be at work or with friends, there’s no reason for them to disrupt your … Continue reading Toxic Environments
A Millennial’s Tip for Saving
So here are some tips for Millennials to save money. Set an automate deposit on the same date as your paycheck that transfers 10% of your paycheck into your savings account. Most people can't fathom doing this. They say, "I can barely pay my bills as it is!" Ok, that's not a valid excuse, and … Continue reading A Millennial’s Tip for Saving