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Covid-19 Update: From A Flight Attendant’s Perspective

Covid-19 Update: From A Flight Attendant’s Perspective

How’s everyone doing during this lockdown? I hope you are all hanging in there, we can get through this! Disclaimer: This article is about my personal experience and opinion only, it will differ among different colleagues in the airline industry. What’s Happening to the Airline Industry? The airline industry has been hit pretty hard during…

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By simplycloverliving, April 30, 2020
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Why Did I Sell My Condo To Rent a Room (An Update 2 Years Later)

Why Did I Sell My Condo To Rent a Room (An Update 2 Years Later)

I sold my condo in April 2018 to rent a room, so I could travel more. Click here for a recap on why on Earth I would do that. Since then, I have kept a close watch on my nest egg. Stock Market Performance vs. Real Estate Performance Are you curious how my stock portfolio…

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By simplycloverliving, February 14, 2020
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How to Take Great Pictures of Yourself When Travelling Solo

How to Take Great Pictures of Yourself When Travelling Solo

As a solo traveller, the only ways I knew how to take pictures myself were using selfies or asking someone for help. But those pictures usually turn out to be mediocre at best. I don’t know about you, but I feel a bit of pressure when I need to pose in front of others, and…

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By simplycloverliving, October 28, 2019
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The Surprising Ways to Achieve Your Perfect Body

The Surprising Ways to Achieve Your Perfect Body

If you look at me now, I am comfortable in my own skin. I eat whatever I like (still quite healthy) and I don’t kill myself during my workouts. I have maintained my weight for the past ten years. In fact, I am in better shape now at the age of 35, than in my…

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By simplycloverliving, October 13, 2019
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Why You Should Try Skydiving

Why You Should Try Skydiving

15,000 feet above ground. Jumping off the plane. One minute of free fall. That would be ABSOLUTELY nuts to me a few years ago. Only super badasses and adrenaline junkies do that stuff, and I wasn’t one of them, I thought to myself. Until, of course, I jumped. How I Got The Idea On one…

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By simplycloverliving, September 26, 2019
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Why My Divorce Was the Best Thing That Happened To Me

Why My Divorce Was the Best Thing That Happened To Me

My Story I was married for four years. Two of those years of which we lived in Hong Kong due to my ex-husband’s work transfer. The marriage dissolved when I was there. My divorce was interesting, that on the surface, neither of us showed obvious signs of conflict. There weren’t many fights. There was no…

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By simplycloverliving, August 23, 2019
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Why a 10 days Silent Vipassana Meditation is Worth It

Why a 10 days Silent Vipassana Meditation is Worth It

10 days of silence, no reading, no writing, no electronics, not even gesturing. Hours of meditation a day with other people. And it’s somehow related to Buddhist teaching. That’s all I knew at the time before I went on the 10 days Vipassana Meditation by dhamma.org. But boy, was I in for a surprise. Why…

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By simplycloverliving, August 4, 2019
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How to Travel Solo (As an East Asian Woman)

How to Travel Solo (As an East Asian Woman)

Solo female travelling is on the rise. We are proving to the world that we are capable of not only coming back in one piece, but to have so many adventures to share. Since my divorce, I have solo travelled to “dangerous” or “honeymoon” destinations like Egypt, Peru, Nepal, Bali, Honolulu and Greece. I can…

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By simplycloverliving, July 9, 2019
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The Airline Industry and Job Security

The Airline Industry and Job Security

Last week, I talked about having enough FU money as a woman (a term coined by JL Collins, the Godfather of the financial independence retire early F.I.R.E. community). This time, let’s talk about something interesting that is happening in my industry. The Turbulence In these past few months, the Canadian airline industry has announced some…

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By simplycloverliving, May 21, 2019
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The Start of My Financial Independence Journey After Divorce

The Start of My Financial Independence Journey After Divorce

My Story I have briefly described my marital status on my “About Me” page. But for those of you who don’t know, my marriage dissolved when I was 30. I used to be very spendy and loved pretty shiny things (Ok, I am still like that, but I am more intentional about my purchases now)….

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By simplycloverliving, May 14, 2019
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I show the intimidated how to turn adventures into reality by exploring: - Adventurous Travel - Right Mindset - Financial Independence
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