Yay! Today, i finally transferred my 2nd batch of $$ in my PayPal account into my elder brother’s account in Singapore. My brother will then cash out the money for me and pass it to me next month when we meet up in Ipoh. As for my 1st batch of $$, it’s still in my 1st PayPal account and I’ll transfer it to my sil’s US bank account later. Pretty troublesome…. don’t know when PayPal will ever solve the glitch.
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Got tagged by Montessorimum
, a cool mom to 2 beautiful kids and another one on the way.
I know it’s very unlikely i’ll ever have this much money. No, i don’t buy lottery and i don’t invest in shares, so if i EVER have $1 million, this is how i’d spend them :
1) Keep aside 30% for my gals’ future education
2) Invest 10% in shares
3) Put 40% in my FD account. This will be for my retirement days and rainy days.
4) Spend 10% on family members, both my side and DH’s side. I’ll bring the whole jing gang for an all-expenses fully paid overseas vacation.
5) 5% goes to charity
6) 5% goes to my own shopping spree
Now I’d like to hear from these 5 blogging pals of mine on how they’d daydream spending the $1million :
1) Mommy to Chumsy
2) Angeleyes (Rambling Moo)
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I am a great fan of green tea. I love to eat anything that has green tea in it. I especially love macha or green tea ice-cream. I even add green tea powder into my home-made bread. I recently bought this brand of green tea cookies made in Taiwan from Jaya Jusco. Some of the ingredients in this green tea cookies are green tea powder, sesame seeds, cashew nuts, peanuts, pumpkin seeds and soya lecithin. Quite tasty and costs RM7+ per pack.
Oh, this is not a sponsored post 🙂
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I am just so happy that my PPP applicatin is finally approved. I’ve waited for 3 months with envy whenever I see my fellow blogger friends posting a PPP opps. Finally my application is approved and I can now make my foray into PPP. Yay!
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When my hubby does grocery shopping or marketing, he loves buying in bulk. Instead of buying 5 oranges for 1 week, he’d normally buy 20 oranges. This is how much he bought from the pasar malam several days ago. He does our marketing once a week at the pasar malam but with this much fruits and vegetables that he had bought, they can last us for 2 weeks.
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