The War of Pineapple Tarts!

At the beginning of every new year, I have always set my health resolution. Including this year. I want to get fitter and eat healthier. Somewhat, I will usually be on track on this resolution until the Chinese New Year comes. For me, Chinese New Year always started with a big feast: The Reunion Dinner! … Read More

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Are you burning out?

During the last few months of 2020, the activities in the property market has picked up. There is an increased in the number of property transactions. I observed and experienced a big increase in the number of enquires, and personally, I did many more consulting appointments. Besides coping with the increased workload, I am planning … Read More

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Time, Money and Life

As I progress in life, my daily schedule has become increasingly more hectic. As the years pass by, time seems to pass by even faster too. I realized that time is now the most important resource to me, as it is a non-renewable resource. Once it is spent, I can never get it back. The … Read More

Health and Wealth, can I have both?

Have you always wanted to be wealthier and healthier but never seems to be able to achieve both together? Some of us may even set yearly resolutions to achieve them. However, as the years pass, these goals seems to be getting further and further away. Why is this so? From my personal experience, just setting … Read More

Does buying a new launch property surely make money?

Over the course of our advisory work, my research partner and I do get this question repeatedly. If I buy a new launch project, will it surely make money? Thus, in our attempt to answer this question (based on the recent property market situation), we have committed our time and effort to study the price … Read More

5 Financial Lessons from COVID

5 financial lessons from COVID While casually chatting with one of my friends recently, he mentioned that he had never expect the current COVID situation to happen in our lifetime. Worldwide travel restrictions, recession looming, massive lock down etc. Businesses are forced to shut down resulting in livelihoods being affected. For some of us, we … Read More

7 Wonderful things that happened during this circuit breaker period

With the current pandemic situation, countries worldwide had instituted either a full or partial lockdown. This lock down has affected billions of peopleā€™s life as well as their livelihood. This includes me who felt the impact of the lockdown. Business appointments are being cancelled; travel plans are being curtailed. We are limited in our freedom … Read More

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New Shoes? How I break them in

Recently, I decided to buy a new pair of running shoes as my old pair is wearing off. In order to find the best fit shoes for my training requirements and my foot profile, I have done extensive homework online by read up the various reviews and recommendations. However, I seldom buy shoes online directly … Read More

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6 TIPS to pass your RES Exams

From my interaction with the many candidates taking the real estate salesperson examinations, I understand that it is not an easy one. The questions could be tricky and there are a lot of content to remember.   Here are 6 simple tips that can help you to ace your exams:   #1 Make TIME to … Read More

Are all debts bad

Are all debts bad?

I used to live my life thinking that being completely debt-free is a wonderful thing. This is because there is a period of my life that I am in debt. I felt that those debts are heavy burden. Therefore, I decided that having debts is a completely bad thing and I pushed myself very hard … Read More