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Author: Khe Hy

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It's that time of year. The leaves have turned, the Halloween decorations have been replaced by candy canes, menorahs and inflatable Olafs. And with the arrival of Black Friday comes Frozen 2 - lord help us all. Meanwhile in board rooms, conference rooms, and Zoom calls...

Adulting is an Internet meme about the trials, tribulations and annoyances of adulthood. I mean, I get it; as an adult, the number of commitments attached to your name skyrocket. It starts with cooking your own meals, then figuring out how taxes work (and then...

I recently got sucked into the rabbit hole of credit card hacking. It all began with the purest of intentions. I wanted to ditch my Chase Sapphire card's annual fee in favor of a straight 2% cash back card. But this five minute task quickly...

"I miss having a job." I recently confided with a friend that I missed the closure of working for a paycheck. No, I don't miss the Monday Morning meetings, the weekend conference calls and being tethered to email. But a job has much clearer boundaries...

I'm wary of shiny new toy syndrome. The diet that can instantly get you lean and ripped. The shoes that can improve your marathon time. And the all-purpose app that promises to supercharge your productivity. I trust reliable and time-tested products which is why I've...

I've fielded a bunch of questions from RadReaders about my rabid enthusiasm for Notion and the economics (or shall I say, lack thereof) behind this relationship. Simply put, I have zero financial or economic relationship with Notion. I'm not an advisor, investor, employee, consultant, nor...

I've noticed a disturbing (yet recurring) conversation with many RadReaders. It begins with someone in their mid-30s (let's call them Sam) who's worked their entire adult life and rapidly scaling the corporate ladder. Sam's never had to worry about money as an adult, because she's...