One of my realizations now is that we lacked financial education while we were in our formative years. Probably because parents and schools thought that there was no need to teach kids about money and how to grow it, because kids are still young. This is a big mistake on the part of us adults. Money is not life and not to be worshipped, but handling money requires a lot of wisdom and is a very practical thing to be good with at an early age. Read the rest of this entry »
We don’t have all the money in the world. Not even the richest guy on earth can buy everything. This is something I’ve had to deal with a lot in my first job. Despite being here for 2 years, I’m still learning how to be disciplined when it comes to handling my funds. With so many products and services available for money—investments, clothes, gadgets, books—I’m really finding it tough to balance things out. It’s worse that I’m an impulsive and impatient guy.
For me, there’s two things I do with my money: gain financial stability and to reward myself. In an earlier post, I said that we deserved to benefit from our money, both now and in the future. Well, here’s how we can.
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Payday is always a wondrous thing at work. It’s something that students definitely have to experience.
It’s easy to tell when payday strikes. Usually people are livelier, more upbeat. They have this weightless aura around them, because they know they have something to spend. People are usually budgeting if they aren’t already shopping.