The ReLive Project is my mission to leave this world in a better place than when I came to it. ReLive stands for ‘Repeat Living’- a second chance at living a life that is more fulfilling than the one that we were born into and grew up in.

Everyone can’t choose the circumstances that they were born into. Neither can they choose the first, more impressionable influences that were thrust upon them. Fortunately, or unfortunately, we are the product of our habits and behaviour and much of this behaviour is learned from the environment that we grew up in.

However, I believe that for most people, we can change the behaviour that we were taught or the habits that permeate our subconsciousness. It starts from a major rethink or paradigm shift of what is or is not important in our lives.

For this project, I will focus on three areas that I think are key to living better- getting wealthy enough, healthier and mentally stronger.

Now, I’m going to be upfront and tell you that I’m no expert. Any advice on this blog are either things that I’ve read about and tried or that I’m about to try. Even for hacks that I’ve tried and has iworked for me, it may have worked out for me given my circumstances or the order of the day. So please don’t take everything on this site as the gospel truth.

However, do leave me comments and other readers may wish to offer their advice as well. Collective brainpower may just be what you need to solve the problem.

So, what is this page going to do? It will serve as an introduction to the whole project as well as a well-organised form of the posts that will introduce topics on the key areas mentioned above, hacks as well as other inspirations for the ReLive Project.

Some posts are from a long time ago while some posts will be an explanation and documentation of the experiments I’m trying out.

I hope you’ll find this useful.

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Wealth

3 steps you can take to improving your wealth

Early retirement: some math

$100,000 before 30?

10 things every beginner should know about investing (work in progress)

Investing rules of thumb- Dividend yields and Doubling (a.k.a The Rule of 72)

Why some people succeed financially and others don’t

Montier-based checklist for Investing

Importance of CAPE, Dividends and a long Time Horizon (from way back in 2011)

Health