Author: Khe Hy

"I can't do this anymore," I exclaimed as I burst into tears. Like a child who had just put a beloved pet to sleep, I buried my head into my mom's shoulder and sobbed uncontrollably. But I wasn't a child. Far from it. I was actually...

Have you been buying Bitcoin since the early days? Did you ride the Gamestop wave to its highs? Or do you remember epic collapse of Enron stock? In every instance, the end result was a concentrated (or un-diversified) portfolio. Which can put you at tremendous risk. We can...

Growing up, my French-speaking parents always warned me about having "plus de gueule que de sac." While the Google translation is entertaining, English has its own version: "Having eyes bigger than your stomach." Growing up, this idiom always stayed with me, whether it was at the...

I'm going to tell you a story about not having enough time. But there's a catch. As you read it, I want you to simultaneously remember an 8-digit number: 53965921. You got that? We'll start with the story of Katie. A driven and successful medical resident...

"External solutions for internal problems do not exist." View tweet Most of us have internalized this by now. We know that a Porsche won't fix our mid-life crisis. And that an Oura ring won't cure our weekday drinking habit. But let's streeeeeeeeeetch this logic a bit. Stay with me now. Every...

The Big Sur MacOS update delivers a delightful Easter Egg. Your AirPods now magically follow you across devices. Gone are the awkward transitions ("hold on, let me connect my AirPods") while fiddling with your Bluetooth settings and pressing that random button on the white case. Now you...

When it's time to get to work, it's time to get to work. And whether you're plowing through Grand Central Station to make your connection or aggressively lane-switching on the 405, if there's one activity that justifies hurry it's commuting. The author Derek Sivers applied this...

The plane had just landed on the tiny island of Papeete in Tahiti. Fingers trembling, I pulled out my Blackberry 6510. My armpits were damp and my heart was beating violently through my chest. I hit power on and the LED on the top right corner immediately...

(This is the 3rd post in the Tim and Tina series and read how they design their days.) If there's something Ten Dollar Tim knows well, it's gadgets. Tim's Whoop strap monitors his Heart Rate Variability. (Cost, $360/year) His Peloton provides on-demand HIIT workouts to lower his blood...