Day 8 – A skill you’d love to learn

If only I could reveal my secrets, then I’d also be revealing the skills I’d love to learn. Believe me, there are so many.. so let’s just go with the one that I think about first.

Saving money, definitely. I envy those who have such a good grasp of their finances because honestly, I don’t. It kinda sucks being someone who has so many interests that are not only experiences, but also material things. Sometimes I think I may even need a financial advisor but let’s face it, what’s there to advice when there’s hardly any finance right? Ha ha. This is why I work my butt off.

*cue She Works Hard for the Money by Donna Summer*


  1. Tricia
    October 3, 2015

    It takes a lot of self control when saving money. I used to have a hard time as well back when i was still in high school but as I enter college I learned keeping a part of my allowance in a hidden part of my wallet and sometimes I place it my books.

    – Tricia Willa | Eccentric Earthling

  2. Cha
    October 4, 2015

    Keep a piggy bank. I have one and it’s effective because money won’t be readily available when you want to spend cash. Banks never work for me because it’s readily accessible.

  3. Kevin
    October 5, 2015

    Now that I have a three-year old son, this is the first thing I’d like to teach him, primarily because I suck at it, too!

    One thing I’ve learned, Juice: before spending your salary to bills, etc., deduct the amount you want to save first. I’ve been doing it lately, saving it in a secret stash and depositing it in the bank after a month, and it’s really, REALLY effective. It’s probably because I always feel guilty whenever I open the stash (which is becoming rare).

    – Kevin (anongoingnovel)


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