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Regarding Distractions

Bench in a park

Most of the things in our world today are really distractions in disguise. Email is, by and large, a distraction from what matters. The internet has become a noisy ground for trolls, sharing of frivolous news pieces, and marketing channel for endless businesses….

 

Is It Realistic to Believe ‘Chase Your Passion and Money Will Follow’? (The Passion, Market, Skills Framework)

Money notes

“Hi Celes, is it realistic to believe ‘chase your passion and the money will follow’? I don’t know what my passion is yet, but having worked more than my fair share of high paying professional jobs, I’m convinced that while it is very important…

 

Introducing: The Personal Excellence Podcast!

Personal Excellence Podcast

Hi everyone! 😀 Today I’m super excited to announce the launch of the Personal Excellence Podcast! So for years, I’ve been writing articles at PE and creating content for all of you, but I’ve never created a podcast — until…

 

Are Looks Important in a Marriage Decision?

Guy smiling at his date, at a bar

“Hi Celes, I’ve read your soulmate series on how you met Ken. Can I ask you a question: Would you have married him if you weren’t PHYSICALLY attracted to him? Personally I’ve encountered good/nice/okay guys who have expressed their interest, but I [rejected them…

 

Getting Burnt Out by the Internet? 7 Tips to Deal with Digital Burnout

Beach

Today I was at the beach. It was a refreshing feeling, seeing the waves and blue sea and hearing the calming waves. While I was there, it made me think about how much of the real world, nature we’re missing…

 

My 2015 in Review: Distractions, Health, and Focusing on Scale

My 2015 in Review

Hey everyone! We’ve now reached the end of the year — how has your year been? Are you looking forward to 2016? Initially I was thinking of not writing a 2015 year-end review (and possibly stop my public year-end reviews), as I…