Ten Things I Stopped Spending on To Save Money

We are constantly spending more than we make on ‘unnecessary’ materialistic things because of societal pressure, which I blame on social media. Everyone is trying to be an Instagram model and ultimately spending money they don’t have. I was brought up knowing that I only spend what I have and live within my means. I like certain luxuries and so over the years I have found different ways of reducing my expenses to generate more income for what I love. Below are ten things I stopped spending on to save money. Buying meals I stopped eating out frequently and cook at home instead. I never go out for lunch during… Read More

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Five Things To Do At The Beginning of Every Month

It’s always good to get organised at the beginning of every month as you’re likely to be happier, think clearer and become more productive. A new month is a chance to start afresh and get your life in order. Here are some of the practical things I do at the beginning of every month to get myself organised and ready to tackle a new chapter. Declutter your home We are all busy working, dealing with family issues and other things and it is honestly difficult to keep your home completely organised. At the beginning of every month is a good time to quickly go through the details and ensure everything… Read More

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Money Habits To Master In Your Twenties

Your twenties have the potential to be the best years of your life but don’t have too much fun and forget that real life still goes on after that. Whilst you’re young and just starting out is the best time to incorporate good money habits that will become the foundation of your financial status in the years to come. Educate yourself Learn everything there is to know about money. They don’t teach you how to manage your finances in Uni and so you need to take extra steps to invest in wealth mastery courses or just books. Do the best you can today and start building good money habits, learn… Read More

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Career Advice For The Fresh Graduate

I got my first official job when I was 23, I had just graduated in Malaysia were it is almost ‘impossible’ really for ‘foreigners’ to find jobs especially without any working experience. I was lucky to get a job as a customer service representative, I was happy that I had gotten a job but to be honest hated the nature of the job. Instead of drowning in my misery I made the most of that job and in two years got promoted twice and became a team manager. Looking back, below are some of the factors that contributed to my success. Choose your work friends wisely This is extremely important… Read More

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