Last year, I became a full-time traveler.
The decision was hard, but ultimately I wanted the freedom of working wherever I want. So far I’d been to Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam, Singapore, Indonesia, Philippines and a few other countries in less than
A year ago, I decided to fly to Southeast Asia.
I was tired of being in the same old place (Silicon Valley), listening to the same boring conversations, and doing the same old thing, day after day. I needed a change.
As a fitness freak, I spend 1 1/2 hours of my day, lifting weights, doing plyometrics, or sprinting on the treadmill.
Even if it rained or I got sick, I’d still pull myself to the gym.
You might say I’m a little
I can’t recall the number of times someone would tell me, “I’m too old for this.”
I’m too old to run.
I’m too old to travel.
I’m too old to learn a new language.
I’m too old to start a new business.
People seem to
I come from a upper middle-class Chinese family. Where my dad gets paid a 6-digit salary working as a software engineer and my mom collects monthly rent from tenants.
Even though they both could afford to splurge, they hold back whenever