I have not been properly blogging and communicating with the world the whole month of July. As we went into another ‘lockdown’ in June, I was hopeful that this would somehow reduce the Covid-19 cases. But day by day, the number seems to only shoot up, with deaths number keep arising.
In 2020, part of my monthly routine was updating about my No Buy Year – the ups and downs, challenges and reflections. Now that it’s over, my month feels somewhat incomplete without those routine reviews. So here I am, starting my new monthly routine for 2021 – My Monthly Highlight! This is where I will share about… yes, you got it right. The highlights of my month, financial wise.
Back in April when we were all still stuck at home, I shared here my personal financial strategies during this pandemic. And I think it’s only right to do a follow-up on that plan considering that our daily COVID-19 cases in Malaysia are now back to triple figures.
Many are already back to work by now so this post may be a little bit too late. But hey, every day is a chance to be grateful! So here’s a list of the little things that I find myself appreciating more after spending two months at home.
Most of us spent the whole month of April at home due to MCO and I believe many see a significant reduction in their daily expenses. Unless… online shopping. That sucker.
This is my financial plan to deal with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the bleak prospect of a global recession. Survival mode is on!
This whole post only has one point – we’re currently staying at home to break the coronavirus chain but perhaps after this is all over, it is time for us to break the vicious chain and cycle of living paycheck to paycheck.
It’s Monday. I woke up feeling pumped up to tackle the week. No negative thought whatsoever, positivity all over my body. This week is my time to shine! I’ve had enough trial weeks already this year. Until a colleague whispered to me. “Psst hey, have you done grocery shopping already?”.