Thoughts on AI – ChatGPT

Thoughts on AI ChatGPT

Recently, there is a website called ChatGPT that went viral. It’s a chatbot developed by OpenAI and was launched in November 2022. I have heard a lot of good things about it since and decided to give it a try. The result is eye-opening and even scary. First, I wanted to see if it can … Read more

Challenging the Idea of Success

How much control over our success do we have? If you work hard, are you guaranteed to be successful?  These are the types of questions that have entered my mind. I’m not trying to be the definitive resource on this subject because I have a lot to learn. But this article is my attempt to … Read more

How to Find Your Next Apartment

Apartment hunting can be exciting at first but can soon become a drag when you cannot find a property that you like or can afford. Whether you have been tricked by outdated listings and unresponsive landlords or even had to fight your way through crowded tours with other would-be renters. It can become old quickly. … Read more

Girls, Please Speak Up for What You Want

Girls, Please Speak Up for What You Want

This could be one of the most emotionally charged articles I have ever written on this blog. And also one without any careful pre-planning or any SEO research. Heck, I don’t really care if it is ever going to be ranking on Google because at the end of the day, how many people are going … Read more

7 Questions to Ask When Starting A Business

Questions To Ask When Starting A Business

It seems everywhere you look nowadays people are starting their own business, or touting how successful their online side hustle is. Recent events around the world have also forced many to attempt to diversify their earnings in order to give themselves a financial cushion. With so many one-man businesses and tech nerds making millions of … Read more

Why the Pensions Knowledge Gap Matters

The millennial generation, roughly born between the ’80s and 2000s is typically the age that tends to be unwilling to engage with longer-term savings goals and instead, splashing out on “luxuries” such as entertainment subscriptions and eating out. Beyond this, 18-40-year-olds in England in particular, are amongst the most indebted people in Europe, with large … Read more