To the first couple who upgraded their majlis tunang on par with a wedding reception – we need to talk. You two have made this into a new expensive culture.
Having been together this long, the question that naturally comes our way is, “why are you guys not married yet?!” Geez, calm down people. Give us time.
When it was announced that we’re going to have another lockdown, I knew that I want to give this living alone a try.
In pursuing my tertiary education, I went for PTPTN, the same way as fellow Malaysians. All in my mind that time was FREE MONEY. If you’re about to go through the same process, IT’S NOT FREE MONEY. You have to pay for it…. or maybe not. And this is how.
I was skeptical about the way my parents handled their finance, especially when we were living dapat gaji, makan gaji, repeat back then. In hindsight, I just realised that my parents did give me valuable money lessons along the way.
Before we do a proper spending review for my 2020, let’s go through the last update of my no-buy year – December update! Finally, done and dusted.
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.
Paying for gas and tolls, spending time to get ready, etc. Going to work is expensive, isn’t it? So world, please say yes to working from home. #WFH
As a beginner blogger, I have fears and self doubt to the point that I would just stop blogging for some time. What are those fears? How to tackle these?