My mum has definitely influenced me in my financial journey. She grew up not well off and hence knew the importance of having rainy day money. Since young, she taught my sister and i the importance of putting money in the bank to let it grow via interest and that we have to save first before spending. They were basic ideas but it influenced me to think about how I can make my money grow through passive means and to learn and read more about it.
For men, styling your hair properly makes a lot of difference! For women, perhaps you can start putting on light makeup? Looking young is not a bad thing and there are some clients who are not worth being angry. I have this issue too but usually after talking to me, people will realise my maturity.
PSLE: 218 I was more upset then about not getting into the secondary school downstairs than my score. Went to a brand new secondary school and was in the top class but made so many friends and so many nice memories that I don't regret. :) Went to Poly because I wanted to learn how to create websites - graduated in the top 10% cohort for my diploma and went to NUS. Graduated and now working in an MNC. I personally know what I want to do and what I want in my career. Work life balance is very important to me so I am happy where I am as my work allows me to be comfortable in funding my hobbies after work :) being happy in life is important.