Author: snowybearzzz

Feb 2017 Update

Update No. 1 on 2017 Priorities, Systems and Goals My progress so far… Priorities Systems / Goals Evaluation No. 1: Mental and Spiritual Health Meditate daily I meditate about 2-3 times per week. Pretty happy with this but will be great to increase weekly frequency to 3-4 times.  Practise yoga daily I practise yoga about 3-4 times per week. Pretty happy with this, but hope to increase the intensity of my sessions (e.g. deeper stretches, more power movements) Find meaning in life ✘ (Still have no clue…) No. 2: Physical Health Get enough sleep (at least 7 hours a...

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Priorities, Systems and Goals for 201

Priority No. 1: Mental and spiritual health: – meditate daily – practise yoga daily – read up and practise stoicism Priority No. 2: Physical health: – get enough sleep (at least 7 hours a day) – eat as much healthy food as I want – be active everyday – go for a suitable full-body health screening (any recommendations?) Priority No. 3: Relationships with loved ones – prioritise spending time and energy with loved ones above everything else except Priorities No. 1 and 2 Priority No. 4: Career – stay employed for most parts of the year – find a...

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A Review of 2016

2016 was a decent year comprising the following achievements: – developed a daily yoga and meditation practice (my most prized achievement this year!) – started practising stoicism and mindfulness (still a work in progress) – converted from a “goals-approach” to a “systems-approach” to keeping fit and healthy (thus enabling me to exercise more and develop a healthier diet in an enjoyable and therefore, sustainable, manner) – spent a lot of quality time with loved ones – saved S$50,000 in liquid cash – read up about insurance and upgraded my integrated shield plan – overcame analysis paralysis and started investing...

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Hello everyone! I’m sbzzz, another blogger lumbering into Singapore’s personal finance (PF) scene… I’ve been a long-time lurker of Singapore’s PF scene and after much mulling, I’ve decided to start journalling my ERE (early retirement extreme) journey. I’m hoping that journalling will help to keep me level-headed in my ERE journey and also give me the opportunity to connect with like-minded people. A little bit about how I started my ERE journey and my progress thus far: – started working proper after graduation – within the first month, concluded that working was modern-day serfdom – googled for an out and...

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