Welcome to the my website where you will find insights and adventures of my life. It doesn’t matter if I know you, I’m here to help you by sharing my experiences, losses, achievements, mistakes, heartbreaks, and lessons I learned along the way. I hope all my work will be worth the effort.
Nick is from Nevada and Naagii is from Umnugovi. They met in Mongolia, and they've been married for four years now. Happy international couple. Both of them love Mongolian culture, and singing. We spent sometime together to sing our favorite Mongolian folk songs. […]
Watanabe or Toru, he is a lot like me, or I am like him. Both of us are deep thinkers. Besides that, we both lost a lot and hurt. Luckily, he ended up happy while I am still mending from my wound. I fell in love once, as Watanabe did. It was five years ago from now, but it feels like if it was a long time ago. She was my English tutor. She has golden blond hair, a lovely smile, a good sense of humor, and very very beautiful green eyes. I loved her the moment we met. I used to think we would live together forever. She loved me deeply, and I knew that. […]
I used to ask myself, "what is the meaning of life?" and I would come up with a whole bunch of answers. Yet I never indeed found one single right answer. Then time passed, I went to a college, fell in love, broke up, anguished, got a job, traveled places, and moved to a different country. Along the way, I forgot the question and stopped asking about it. I don't remember how I found it; the book called "7 Habits of Highly Effective People." It was a beautiful book, and I admired the principles in it. I've been trying to apply them ever since. The first principle of seven habits was to be proactive by choosing how to respond in a given circumstance. The author of that book, Stephen R. Covey, expressed his idea about free agency, "we have the ability to consciously choose how we respond to any situation." He was citing examples from Victor Frankl's "Man's Search for Meaning." This is how I found out about "Man's Search for Meaning" a long time ago on that spring night. […]
I thought it might help some of you wondering what books to read at the end of the summer. I've been reading a lot of books this summer since everything has locked down. So far, I've finished 25 books since the beginning of May. I admit some of them are very short, though. But I would like to recommend the best books that really gave me incredible insights. Thee books really affected my life, the view of myself and others, and my world in general. Some examples are: Power of Habits, Man's Search for Meaning, Blink, Leaders Eat Last, Start with Why, and the Alchemist. […]
I never have interested in the stock market, cryptocurrency, or all the other forums of money on the internet. Almost by chance, a month ago, I decided to try it out. First, I set up my market account on Robinhood - a financial service company. I loved Robinhood because it doesn't require deposit money. Plus, the mobile app's user interface is very friendly. All you have to have is SSN and any bank account. So you are good to go!!! I kicked off with investing $100 in Amazon and Tesla. My money was growing, but it was slow and small. Soon I realized that the more money you put in, the more return you get. So I increased my investment to $500. I bought Netflix, Southwest, Adobe, more Tesla, and Amazon[…]
I’ve been learning paddleboarding for the last two months. One thing that always admires me is that simple actions like learning new skills can sharpen your mind and lift your spirit. Long before, I realized that life can be hard, but it doesn’t have to be miserable. When things get tough, keep going and stay fighting, your effort never goes unrewarded. So if you feel discouraged, or stuck, cheer up, go for paddleboarding🎉🎉🎉[…]