This will be a quick update, because I did well in September! Let’s see what did I do differently to reach this stage.
A ride from my mom and our neighbor’s drama, to me and my boyfriend’s argum… ehm discussion, to social reasons behind the demography of any neighborhood, to my childhood life, to my parents and their circle’s lifestyle, and to big life lessons.
4 more months guys, 4 more months! I will finish what I started. Here’s a short update of my no-buy year for the month of Merdeka.
It is the 31st of August 2020, Selamat Hari Merdeka semua! So what’s the best way of celebrating it other than cherishing and promoting our very own local products by our fellow Malaysians?
Purchasing and reading Money Stories from Malaysians is my way of celebrating Merdeka.
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?
When I started my no-buy-year journey, I expected that I would be able to just stop altogether from buying stuff but it doesn’t really work that way.
I did it guys! I did it. I finally saved my first RM10,000 for my emergency fund! Let’s hit rewind for a brief background.
It’s second half of the year now! Let’s see how June 2020 went. And did I breach any rules? Gulp.