As we grow older, many of us worry about hitting the specific milestones that’s expected at our age: graduating from school, finding a stable job, getting married, having kids. It’s what our society dictates, and if we try our hardest at feigning ignorance towards these milestones, those around us and those close to us will continue to pressurize us until we do care.
When people ask me if I have any regrets, I have a hard time answering. The way I see regrets is different from how most people see it. People feel regret whenever they’ve made a past mistake, a mistake that continuously haunts them and holds them... Read More
Oh man, here it is. She’s going to ask me again. I know it. “So Tiffany, when are you going to get married? Do you have a boyfriend yet?” I cringe and die a little inside. My aunt asks me this every.single.time I see her, even if it’s only... Read More
Being a full-time traveler/digital nomad is like the deep ocean. Many people assume but they don’t see beneath the surface of what it’s really like to be one. Whenever I post a picture of my travels, I get envious reactions: “Wow! You’re... Read More
A few years back, when I was still working on my own startup, a friend asked me to hear her out. She wanted to offer some advice. “Why don’t you get a stable job instead?” she asked. “You’ve been struggling with your career since your... Read More