Now that KLSE has been performing well and every Malaysian owns a glove share, may I humbly says that I still believe in the foundation before we start investing. There are few things to be “invest” ready, or we might take too much risk in our financials. Here are something I … Read more
2020 feels like a gap year; I have very little memory about the past six months. I remember a service at church with sanitizers, and then it’s all about online meetings at home. For three months, I have stayed home and only go out for a grocery trip.
Spending wise, … Read more
I have always love frozen banana. More so this month when my mom bought me a bunch and I learn about the use of banana peels. This time, I cut them into manageable coins before freezing the banana. Apart from eating like a snack, I also made … Read more
I first published this post in May 2019 on my previous blog. While some things are best left buried, I thought it is time to update this post given the financial anxiety around us now.
Being too concern and careful about money myself, I rarely have to face a … Read more
I first wrote this in 2016, at that time, things wonderfully happen in my life. Fast forward to this year, I have lost touch with hope in my life after some heart-affliction. Nevertheless, financial miracles still happen when I needed it and I wish that will be a reality in … Read more
1. Never have to change another plastic toothbrush!
Before you go, “Yewk! How could one not replace a toothbrush?”, I understand. I use to change toothbrush quite frequently, to the point that I feel guilty of being part of the Earth’s plastic problem. It turns out, instead of switching to … Read more
I never thought I would hack my way to months of food items for free. It was unthinkable before this. No, I did not raid the soup kitchen. Like everyone, I get excited over credit card sign-up offers and optimizing my spending. However, credit card gifts tend to be lifestyle-oriented … Read more
Despite my effort to reduce spending, I find myself running in a purchase cycle that is built upon lifestyle, environment, social expectations, peer pressure, and marketing outreach. And the default setting is, sadly, an unending loop. Do I buy what I need and not what I want, or buy things … Read more
Groceries or food expenses have always been my worst friend in spending. Now that I cook more and sometimes prep meal for my housemate, savings in groceries becomes so much more important. I have here ten useful ways to save costs that are working for me and not much about … Read more
Here’s my story of how I started cooking, and how you might see more stories on the kitchen than money talk in this site.
Before the fateful shelter-in-place, I can do two things in the kitchen – mixing and boiling. These two skills are as versatile as it could be, … Read more