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.
In April, I was having a spending relapse. I was hoping that it’s only a state induced by work stress and not something that requires a major interference, i.e., another no buy year. Thank god, it’s not! It’s just a phase. Fuh, sigh of relief.
I started to learn all about stocks trading and I love the learning experience. The thing is learning alone won’t make you money, it takes more than that. And even after a year plus, I’m still figuring it out.
As an adult, I just realised how everything about Raya requires money! And here’s how I saved and spent for Raya this year in 2021.
Am I having a spending relapse? Please knock some sense into me. I’m not happy to have to report to all of you My April Spending Highlights.
After completing my No Buy Year, I’m now allowed to buy things again. So what were the first 10 things that I bought after one whole year?
I’ve learned a lot of interesting financial advice, experiences and tips from Reddit. Here are some of those money tips.
March is emotionally and mentally challenging for me. The good thing is I received my tax refund in March and here’s how I spent them.
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.
It is helpful to recognize and be aware of the meanings that we give to money in our life, because money is not just a medium of exchange – money takes on the philosophical, psychological, emotional, and moral meanings that we assign to it. What does money mean to you?