*Nope, this post has not been sponsored by Monefy or anything (unfortunately? haha); this is just my personal opinion.*
For many university students, living on your own is the first big step to adulthood, which comes with being independent, learning to enjoy your sole company, taking into account mundane tasks such as doing the laundry… and managing your finances. And unless you have been well-educated about the subject, this can be quite a challenge especially with such a small allowance, which ends up mostly in rent, utilities and food. And sometimes, even that RM1 daily coffee can accumulate to a lot at the end of the month, which will make you wonder: “Where did my money go?”
If you have no choice but to learn the art of budgeting on your own, by trial and error, like me, the dexterity of dividing your allowance, however small, effectively, then I’d strongly recommend you to try out Monefy! 🙂 It’s a simple and colourful money-tracking app that I’ve been in love with and been using for the past few months.
There is a much better app in the US called Mint, which is a money-tracking app which connects to your bank accounts, but I’m unfortunately in Malaysia, so every night, I sit down on my bed, receipts of the day around me, manually keying the information of my expenses in the app.
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**Surely this is a continuation of my Psychology series – for the first time in Malaysia at last!!! – where I write down whatever crazy observations I make about mental and personality… derangements (I don’t have a degree yet – just started my BA actually! – so ‘health’ or ‘disorders’ would be too professional, which I’m not. At all.). Actually just read for fun or if you like to overthink like me and crave for thought-provoking stuff.**
I don’t know about you but every time my laptop undergoes an installation of any kind of programs, I freak out about the possibility that it will fail and eventually ruin my laptop forever.
I have this irrational fear that I will lose my laptop, in the figurative sense, that is, that it will cease to function.
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I’m so sorry for being MIA on WordPress, but I had two issues I had to deal with:
1. Mock exams!
Yeah, I’m currently in exams mode since last Wednesday thus I’ve been busy in the real world.
2. My WordPress account had been suspended!
In fact, that’s what I thought. When I tried to log in to WordPress lately it kept on saying: ‘Error: Account Suspended’. I totally panicked!!!
I took a deep breath and tried again. And again. And again. And it still showed ‘Error: Account Suspended’. However my blog was still live, so it didn’t make sense. Usually when WordPress suspends an account it also suspends the blog and mainly the blog because the latter had surely violated a Term of Use…
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Illumination… An interesting theme to tackle since New Year celebrations have just passed… Thus I photographed little fireworks 😀 (the one that we place on the ground and which remains on the ground even when we light it up!)
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How To Be A Safe and Smart Social Networker
How cool is it that we can at a click of a mouse or the press of a “send” key be in touch with people thousands of miles away from us, in different time zones or communicate with our best friends and families in an instant? Well, you might argue it isn’t THAT cool in relation to your family, but whatever…we can!
Things like Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, Skype and MSN/Yahoo Messenger provide us with a quick way of getting information out there, of talking to and interacting with people we know and for that matter people we don’t know too. All this is incredibly awesome, but not without its drawbacks. Here is a savvy guide to being a safe, smart social networker that lets you be able to have fun, but make sure you’re protected.
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