Investing Series: What does beta mean?
This is a part of the Investing Series. ————————————————- Beta is something that fi
Minimalist Traveling Wardrobe: How I store my jewellery
I use these beautiful silk (recycled) kimono clutches to store my jewellery. There’s a large bag to hold it all for when I travel: These are how they all look (aren’t t
Organization Series: How to organize your travel photographs
As requested by reader Michael, here’s how I organize my travel photographs. You can also read on how I organize files in general here: Organized Data: How I name files and f
10 ways to keep your closet and wardrobe organized
With a little smart pruning of your wardrobe to weed out the unworn/barely worn items, you’ll never scream: I HAVE NOTHING DECENT TO WEAR! on Mondays as you are digging frant
Are you really High Maintenance?
Everyone is always talking about how people who like to spend money on looking nice, are high maintenance. I beg to differ. Someone who is high maintenance to me, is someone who: A
A (Hybrid) Minimalist’s Wallet as of June 2013 (Contents and Value)
You’d think minimalists just walk around with some keys and 2 credit cards right? WRONG. How impractical is that? Here’s what I carry around and feel is pretty practica
Investing Series: Warren Buffett’s favourite metrics: ROE versus ROCE (Return on Equity and Return on Capital Employed)
This is a part of the Investing Series. ————————————————- Warren Buffett is a legen
Filial Piety 101: How the giving back to your parents starts happening
I take this behaviour for granted because it is common in my culture, but apparently some of you folks do not know what it’s like to be in a culture that expects children to
Being rich doesn’t insulate you from having to live
The biggest misconception people have about money is that it will solve all your problems, and if you win something big, let’s say a lottery, or manage to sell all the stocks
Do you count on the lottery as part of your retirement plan?
My parents kind of do. Not as much as before, but I can see the desperation/hope in their eyes. At least, before I got a hold of their finances (all the papers they didn’t tr