Like the quote? A friend posted it on Facebook and it instantly made me smile. I’ve been exploring Reddit lately, and this quote perfectly describes how I feel when I read certain posts. It’s like some of the people who post on there are purposely trying to entice someone into an argument and it takes willpower to not respond and start one.
Other than meandering through Reddit, I have also been reading a lot. The last book I really enjoyed was Yes Please by Amy Poehler. I’m a big fan of her work and the values that she stands for. She’s a great role model for females, which is kind of rare these days.
It was interesting to read her personal and humorous takes on stand-up comedy, relationships and other topics. One particular part from her past was written so honestly and just had me crying.
Although I haven’t had much time to try out new recipes, I did find time to make this…
This past long weekend, I’ve been working on recording and editing footage for a Vancouver Real Estate & Mortgage vlog. This is my first video, so let me know if you have any recommendations or advice. Although this show is based in Vancouver, there is still relevant information for anyone wanting to buy a property.
The hosts talk about affordable areas in Greater Vancouver, the new changes to the CHMC insurance premiums and how to avoid losing hundreds or thousands of dollars due to these changes.
In order to save money, you need to have willpower. There are so many temptations everyday. We might be tempted to treat ourselves to a new iPhone, go out to an expensive restaurant, order another beer, or even spend money on Starbucks coffee in the morning. All of these little temptations result in less money in our pockets (and our savings accounts).
Comfort zone is defined as “a psychological state in which a person feels familiar, at ease, in control, and experiences low anxiety”. Comfort zones sound safe and easy. But greatness and growth never come out of staying in your comfort zone because in order to achieve wonderful things you need to challenge yourself, take risks and try new things.
I read the above quote from Warren Buffett and realized impatience is one of my greatest weaknesses. Impatience tempts us to make less profitable investment decisions, whether we are buying or selling investments.