Last Updated on June 30, 2020 by Marie Bautista
Is Financial Literacy Your Goal?
I am sharing with you this picture which really hit home…
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Ipon-Filipino word meaning “To Save”
Years ago, I was financially illiterate. Financial Literacy was never my goal.
(Are you financially literate?)
Sure, I am an expert on how to read financial statements
I know cash flows and can read through businesses’ financial statements well enough to see if it is gaining, losing, or window-dressing their financial position.
Ironically, I refuse to read my cash flow because going to the mall everyday (oh yes, if there was a biometric time clock in the mall, you will get my records and learn that I really am there. Every.Single.Day.) gives me a rush.
Never mind if I have a negative cash flow.I really did not care about financial literacy.
Like I said in previous entries, I used to lose my mind in the mall.
SM-Baguio had their 3-Day Sale and I did not go!
And I hope you mommies are on the road to financial literacy, too!
Would you like to be Lola Penny or Lola Pilar?
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i admit my phone is not the latest version, it is not a smart phone as well..
Melgie Campbell says
I only buy things that I need, I still even using my old phone.. It's good to have latest gadgets but I don't really need them..Trying to Ipon some money for kids future.:)
Louise Antonette says
Hi sis! We're so much the same! I just started getting VUL last year and now talking to a number of financial advisers on investments. We all should really save for our and our children's futures.