When you’re in your 20’s, there’s a constant struggle between the idea of building your career and travelling the world. Some people say that your 20’s is the time for you to do whatever you want and travel as much as possible, while others would say that your 20’s is the time to hustle and grind for your career. With all this opposing chatter, how do you know which side to choose? How do you know if you’re ready to travel in your 20’s? Should you focus on working instead? We hear you, and we’ve got your questions covered! In this episode, we give you tips on what to consider when travelling in your 20’s from weighing your priorities, figuring out if you can afford it to choosing which destinations to go to.
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We all have experienced nights where our minds are restless and just won't let us sleep. Unfortunately, today is one of those nights, so we thought, what better time to record a raw podcast episode? After 6 takes in the wee hours of the morning, we are back with a very raw and sporadic episode featuring tips to fall asleep, Joyce's journey as a radio jock to Christ's undying love.
Would you believe that even the best public speakers feel stage fright? The fear of public speaking can truly be one tough giant to overcome, but with the right preparation and practice, you can learn to speak confidently and authentically. In this episode, we will share some tips on how to become a better public speaker, namely: reading, making outlines, observing your pegs, being authentic, surrounding yourself with people who believe in you and of course, to have fun!
“Things To Stop Doing In Your 20’s” Ep. 1 SHOW NOTES:
We all know adulting can be quite the struggle: from paying your own bills, dealing with
your boss, to just figuring out what the heck is going on. In this first episode, we share a list of
things to stop doing as you traverse through one of the toughest periods in life, your twenties! In
this list, you will find five main things to avoid, namely: bad habits such as drinking and
gossiping, going back to your ex, living on social media, comparing yourself to others and
Almost all of my friends who found out about my Malaysia trip earlier this year were surprised when I told them it was my first time there. Most of them have visited at some point in their lives - whether for work or leisure, and were adamant in suggesting places to visit, food to try out, and shopping centres to, well, shop.
Needless to say, I had an absolute ball visiting Malaysia. I couldn’t believe how much I had been missing out on by not visiting sooner. There were so many places you could go to, if you’re traveling alone, with friends, or family — and the people, food, and culture will only make you want to come back for more.