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Monday, July 5, 2010

I Love Me – Financially


Girls Talk

I am not rich; I guess I just have enough monetary resources to support our daily living. I have four (4) active bank accounts which I am not able to maintain the supposed Average Daily Balance (ADB). Why I am telling you this? Not that I want you to have pity on me but it is the real thing.

As of now I don’t have existing savings on hand except for this set of coins I keep inside my office drawer. 

 (one of my office mates told me that its as if tokens for videoke )

Given this situation, I still love myself as I’ve been through a lot of financial turmoil but I was able to withstand them. And I should give recognition to my friends who have helped me all these years and most especially BRO who have never turned his back on me (I bet HE does it to anybody as well) particularly during those times when I was the only one providing for our everyday living.

At present, it’s enough that I have funds allotted for my fixed expenses such as mobile phone bills, internet fees, housing mortgage, utilities (electricity), Macoi’s needs (milk, diaper, distilled water, vitamins, medical check-ups and immunization, etc), transportation allowance (approx. P15/day), grandma’s meds, personal hygiene supplies and that’s it. Thanks to “dadi” for being such a good contributor – at least I am no longer having budget deficit.

Though I sometimes still cannot help myself from complaining, I have considered myself blessed and more fortunate than those people who; live in the street, not eating meals for at least three (3) times a day, do not own shelter to protect them on weather assaults, do not have medicines to heal and cure their sickness and pains and obviously do not possess steady financial resources which was the root cause of this poverty that they usually experience.

What’s I am trying to avoid right now is to add on my debts as admittedly I still have few payables to be settled.


17 comments:

Clarissa said...

Same here--am not rich.I'm happy of what I have basta't makakain lang ng 3 beses sa isang araw,ayos na^_^

hahahaa!!akala ko thursday na at medyo nag-panic pa ako lol!promised K to have an entry kasi eh lol!

Enjoy your week ahead!^_^

Cameron said...

I’m a new follower from Tuesday Tag-Along! I look forward to reading more of your posts!

http://www.ingenuemom.com

Kristin Morris said...

Found your blog through TTA!! Great entries, can't wait to read more! ::Kristin::

http://www.kuppykakesbykristin.blogspot.com

Untypically Jia said...

I'm a new Follower visiting from TTA!

Untypically Jia

Just a Girl said...

I'm a new follower from TTA. Can't wait to read more!

justagirl623.blogspot.com

Nina @ Momma Go Round said...

So true! Often it is easy to fall into the trap of what we don't have, but we should be grateful for what we do have. Thanks for putting it all in perspective!

ShutterHappyJenn said...

It is really amazing that even in the toughest situations, we were still able to handle it.

My GT post is up HERE.

f e R r y j H o i said...

you are right Sis, this is not the end of the world after all you are still lucky that you are not belong to those people you need to begg money for them to survive ^.^ God is still good to you and to your family and best of all you have baby macoi with you right??? so smile and chill.... ^.^

Happy Girls Talk

Miranda said...

I'm not rich either ^_^ I'm thankful for this week's GT topic, because it helps me count my blessings. And like you said - "Though I sometimes still cannot help myself from complaining, I have considered myself blessed and more fortunate than those people who; live in the street." Very right attitude. :)

Mine's here: http://miratemplen.blogspot.com/2010/07/i-love-me-money-wise-i-love-financial.html

charmie said...

Your little lucky enough sis compare sa mga tao sa daan. You have a house to live on and 4 bank account . that is more than enough.. Be optimistic..:)Thanks for your visit

Kero said...

Tama ka jan. we are blessed in more ways than we can count. and in the end, what really matters is we are healthy and we have our loved one around us.

Happy Thursday! hope you can visit my entry here sweet life you got and you well deserve it for working hard!

my GT entry is here http://kcelebration.blogspot.com/2010/07/money-money-money.html

Rossel said...

we are not rich too and earning just enough to pay our bills but we are grateful and contented with what we have.

you are lucky sis for having all the things you need and for having your loved ones around. yes, thanks to BRO!

http://www.topicsonearth.com/2010/07/yes-i-love-myself-financially.html

Mommy Liz said...

We don't need to be rich to be satisfied with our lives. As long as we have roof over our head, food to eat, and clothes to wear, we're good. But, we also have personal needs and if we can sustain those with what we earn, we're good too. Nothing to complain about. rich or poor, same lang yan, bigas din ang kinakain nila, so..I don't really see the big difference.

http://amprettymomma.blogspot.com/

Kayce said...

yeah youre right sis! we are not rich but we are still thankful to God that we can still survive in this world.

Please check out my I Love Me, Financially post too.

Thanks!

K said...

it's a comforting thought, to know that we may not be rich, but we are still blessed with family and friends who are there for us when the going gets tough :)

see you again next week ;) *hugs*

Limberella said...

you should be proud of yourself. you know how to handle your money and the laws of budgeting. cherrio to you..

Lucia ♥ said...

Don't give up on yourself dearie :) Always hope for an even better future ;) You should be proud of yourself for being able to finance all the necessary things for living, cause so many people are not being able to even do that. ~mwah

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