The Process We Call Change

3 06 2011

Lifestyle Scientist

In the past month, I have been trying to figure out, What kind of blogging voice will Lifestyle Scientist have? What topics should be posted  here? What kind of audience should it cater to? What is my long term plans and goals for LS?

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Two Pre-Requisites for your Dream Lifestyle

20 05 2011

Mone on Hand

Whatever lifestyle you want to attain 3-5 years from now, it will require two things; overflowing Money and control over your Time.

If you think Money is Not Important, Think Again

Money is the only thing that can give us almost anything we want and I mean anything. It can buy us the tangible things, some say it cannot buy things like happiness, fulfillment and other intangible object but it can act as a bridge for us to achieve this things. Read the rest of this entry »





5 Lessons I Learned Ever Since Lifestyle Scientist Started

17 05 2011

Lifestyle Scientist is my first ever “serious blog”. Recently, I was having some breakdowns on my blogging. It really hurts for me to go zero post production in Lifestyle Scientist for 1 week and almost a whole. It felt like I was committing a huge blogging sin.

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Driving in an Endless Road

23 04 2011

Do you get in your car and drive-off without a destination? The only time you would stop is because you are tired from the endless drive, a you saw something interesting or  you were hungry or  you needed the bathroom break. I did. I just took the road where life would want to take me. Read the rest of this entry »





Unusually doing Household Chores: Stages of Change

19 04 2011

Prochaska’s Stages of Change (Prochaska & colleagues 1994)

I am damn lazy person. I don’t fix my bed. I don’t clean my room. I don’t do my dishes. I only shave every 7 days and I don’t put deodorant if  I don’t go out. But just recently, I was beginning to get back in shape, even started organizing my emails, washed some of my dishes and fixed by bed after I woke up. I really doing the works on me, like an old car getting tuned up.

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Biatch Under Murderful Procrastination: State of Broke

15 04 2011

“Broke is temporay, Poor is internal.”-Anonymous

Just came home from a B.O.M.(Business Opportunity Meeting), while listening to awesome success stories & mega-persuasive speakers, I realized I was broke.

Yup, you heard I am officially swimming underwater.

How broke am I?

-I can’t even buy a piece of candy .

-I have to sell scrap or bottles for money.

-If theres no food in Refrigerator, I go hungry.

-I am 23 and I depend on my Mom and Dad(and even from younger brothers) for money.

-I can’t leave the house except if it is within our community, if the car has no gas and it does not involve me paying for toll gate.

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