Maximise Life Experiences with Mindful Investments 📈

What are you focusing on this season?


Work-life balance is a myth.


Sprint towards your main goal, try not to drop the balls of your non-negotiables, and repriortise next season.


Never completely neglect your health though. 🙂

Today in 5 minutes or less, you’ll learn:

✔️ How to have REAL inner peace

✔️ How to think about investment to maximise life experience

✔️ What it’s like posting on Instagram every day…

Doable ideas 💭

Don’t overstay your welcome in situations that don’t serve you.


Situations include environment and people.


Basically, say NO to tasks and commitments that don’t align with your values or priorities.

Reflections 🪞

What do you see yourself doing work-wise in five years’ time?

Mindfulness 🧘🏻‍♀️

I bought a desk bike last week.

The me a few years ago would scoff at my decision.


In fact, it took me a while to rationalise with myself it would be a good investment.


Which led me to the point – investment.


I grew up with a frugal mindset.


Desk bike would be something my family wouldn’t even spare a second of thought on.


But this is my investment into health: aim for 120-180 minutes of zone 2 cardio per week (on top of my usual strength training), while working on emails or other admin tasks.


Sounds like a pretty good deal.


The price tag is a small investment I would pay now, to dodge the neverending medical bill in the future.


Compound interest and delayed gratification can get you far, in terms of health.


You will never get this time back, so invest your time, energy and attention wisely.


What do you want to prioritise in your 30s?


How can you invest your time and money to get life experience that it’ll be harder to have when you get older (e.g. backpacking, skiing)?

Ideas Worth Pondering 🧠

New habits are what you’re trying. Old habits are who you are.
– Derek Sivers

Video This Week 🎥

Field notes of my daily Instagram reel posting experiment in the past 30 days 👇🏻


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