When we end the second quarter of this year, a bunch of college graduates will be joining the country’s workforce. I crossed the border between theory and practice more than two years ago, and I can say that I had some difficulty finding out which behaviors of a student should I leave for me to adapt the behaviors of a professional. Honestly, I still acted like a grade-conscious student. I had my fully furnished pencil and stationery case, my planner which I update every night, a universal notebook, a backpack or a messenger bag (with file case, yes), and several more things you can see in a packed student’s bag.
Some gadgets kiss him, some toys hug him–he thinks they’re okay. If they don’t have the proper price tag, he will just walk away. ‘Cause we are living in a material world and Alps Aguado is a Material Boy. /what. Anyway, “Material Boy” documents Alps Aguado’s recently bought investments (“investments”) and rationalizes his purchases. If you think the Material Boy is commendable for his material choices or is already overspending in a Material World, please materialize your thoughts through leaving a comment below.