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How to Stick to Your New Year’s Resolutions

new-year-wishes-2016-images-1Happy New Year peeps! I really hope that you spent your midnight welcoming the new year with grandeur and full of hope.

With the new year, comes new resolutions. Some people don’t believe in resolutions but I do. I think it’s a great idea to set new resolutions for the new year because hello, it’s the new year! Let’s start anew shall we? Continue reading

I Got Charged $600 for 15 Minutes of Medical Care

12373154_10201256124200756_7495594986045159217_nYes. You read that right. I got charged $600 for 15 minutes of medical care! Something is very wrong with the medical system in America. Can you imagine the total bill if I would have stayed in the hospital for a day?

How did I end up with this bill?

The date was October 3, 2015. It was the date I thought I was going to die. I was doing a dance routine (yes, I dance too, sometimes) at the University of Hawaii and then, the accident happened. I collided with another dancer who, by the way, is way bigger than I am, and of course, I was thrown off to the ground and I hit my head on the floor.  I could not imagine how that went, and I don’t know how I managed to finish my routine with a smile. I guess, the show must go on? Continue reading

How to Save on Gifts This Christmas

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Ahhh. The holidays are just around the corner. AGAIN. And I love love LOVE it!

I have always loved the Yuletide season. It’s the birth of Christ and it’s the time of the year when friends and family get together. There’s something in the air which I cannot explain. Magic? It’s like this season is given to all of us as a gift, that no matter how terrible or kind the year has been to us, it’s okay to be happy. We ought to be happy. Continue reading

Money and You

Summer piggy bank with sunglasses on the beach***I want to share with you the essay that I wrote for my English Composition class. We were given the freedom to choose our own topic, so, naturally, I chose personal finance– a topic close to my heart.***

Imagine yourself having cocktails and an early dinner in a restaurant somewhere in Torino, Italy while viewing the beautiful crimson sunset. Or lying on the grass with your special someone in front of the Eiffel Tower in Paris. Continue reading

Your Budget Pal: EPIC FAIL #1

Financial-Mistake-380x260I am not perfect. You are not perfect. Nobody’s perfect. I am your budget pal, who shares and gives his opinion about finances, and is no where near financial Nirvana.

Last week, I found out one of probably the biggest financial blunder that I will ever make in my life! Continue reading

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