Something I've Learned Today
Have you read something interesting today? I haven't been doing a lot of reading because library operations have resumed and work is piling up to the core. It's not really hard-- but I've just been so busy for the past couple of times to make up for the closed days and tons and tons of scattered books, unreturned books, and indexes everywhere. Period.
Also took a stroll along the Mont Kiara enclave(a very very posh area in KL) and noticed a great deal of luxurious condominiums that I wonder if ever I'll have one for myself soon. I mean I love my Bangsar condo HOWEVER that Mont Kiara address is totally teasing. Anyhoo, read this review on one of its premier developments-- all this location needs now is a great gigantic library full of dusty books and an obscure pub to officially make me move there in the future :)
I was watching a video by Robert Kiyosaki a while ago and it made me think a lot about what I want to accomplish in life. He's really an inspiration and I just want to learn as much as I can from him-- I've read all his books about almost everything but his material on real estate is definitely what keeps me going to learn and continue to be better everyday.
So what does one do to apply all this knowledge in daily life? Well, for one, I've signed up for a very exciting class on DIY house-flipping. The instructors are all friendly and everything, plus my "classmates" are my age and can understand my wavelengths. I figured I can contribute some creativity and apply it into action-- it's always good to create something from scratch. I'm excited to see what I can do-- it's like having a remote control and just create, flip, do, remove, etc, etc!
Times are getting exciting as these classes continue, I'll keep updating the Misbehavin' Librarian and keep you posted! For the meantime... take care!
- K :)