10 Things I Learnt In My Twenties

Reliving my twenties as this beautiful person recounts her experiences and learnings of life in her twenties

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I am a 90’s kid, by that you would have guessed that I am on the verge of saying bye bye to my twenties. January 2021 I will turn thirty, for which I am super excited.

2020 was suppose to be the last year to enjoy my twenties and finally enter the brand new 30s! However, Corona decided to cancel 2020, which I am sure no one would have ever imagined.

Yesterday, I was sitting and reflecting back on past 9 years, thinking how exciting and adventurous my twenties were. It was full of ups and downs, heartbreaks and love, extremely dumb moments to wise moments.

I thought why not share few things with all of you. So here are 10 things I learnt in my twenties.

Living alone

I know it might not be a big deal for a lot of people, but for me it was. After finishing…

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How can applying the Pareto Principle help you?

Interesting post I came across on a fellow blogger’s page – A Better Man. Speaks about the Pareto Principle and how we can use it to our advantage. Give it a read to learn more about where should we focus to improve our productivity.

A Better Man

Not many things are as frustrating as wasting time. What’s even more infuriating is not knowing where and when you’re spinning your wheels, whether that be at work or at home. Trying to up your productivity (honestly, who isn’t)? The Pareto Principle can help you get — and keep — the ball rolling.

You’ve probably heard of the 80/20 rule, right? This concept states that, in general, 80 percent of the results come from 20 percent of the actions. Philosopher and economist Vilfredo Federico Damaso Pareto, born in Italy in 1848, coined this idea.

Legend has it, Pareto peeked at his pea plants one day and noticed that only 20 percent of the plants in the garden generated 80 percent of the healthy pea pods. Then he looked at all of Italy, and, what do you know, 20 percent of the population owned 80 percent of the country’s land. This…

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