but i must say..the nice guys dont go clubbing much. the guys in clubs are those out for a quick f and some happy time. can't stand going clubbing in singapore. the nice guys are out having dinner with friends, and maybe drinks at a pub or something. besides, everyone knows you dont expect to meet your life partner at the clubs. yes yes i know some people were lucky enough but it's the exception rather than the norm.
anyways, long story short, jeanie you have to hunt where your prey is! haha its like when we do underwater photography...you have to know your subject's habits, living conditions, and most likely hiding places. only then will you get that stunning shot.
Hi..i started out saving 800 per month,with a target of saving 10k per year (incl bonuses) and 100k in 10 yrs when i hit 35 yrs. I'm currently into my 3rd yr of workforce. But my mum asked me to contribute $200 more into household since last yr and i can onli save $600 now. I also realised as you grow old..you tend to spend more, and unfortunately my salary didnt grow parallel with my expenditure.
I just turned 27, and im just 1/5 into my target. Haha...esp i got into this horrible hobby of mine that kept me investing more and more.
But i shd be able to hit 3/5 of my target when i reach 35 at this rate? Hopefully la! Provided i remain single, dun anyhow buy lenses, no car...haha
In short, young girls dun give a damn how much a guy is saving every mth if he is a boring nerd.
From my (personal) social network, I am convinced that women who has problem looking for a man to start a family has one but deadly common problem:
"They have such expectations on the other, that they themselves cannot meet if the roles are being reversed."
wah jeanie..u really diff league le..no wonder u want to buy black penny....haha....
and your friend driving vios? i had a friend who initially earns abt 3-4k. bought a vios..is not a need for sure. i told him keep the money and use it for sthg more useful...but he din. i also can't understand how ppl can afford to maintain a car if their pay is less than 5k... i don't even drive now even though i can easily afford one.(maybe car is not my soft spot as it is for most guys)
shld tell your friend do some planning...earning 5k and only manage 30k by 35 is bad....where got enough. for my wedding i burn almost everything i saved and thank god the only loan we had was the HDB loan.
Wondering what higher league men look for in their women :
1. Not insecure
3. Able to self-manage
4. Not attention deprived
5. Well cultured, mannered and tempered
6. Has empathy
If the deeper meaning of these 7 points cannot be fully gasped or need further explanations or expansion to pursue its in-depth understanding, then you are probably on their banned list and you may need to look into other leagues or alternatives.
I'm guessing its probably because a camera is a tool that can be used for years to come and you don't often change it. Probably cause of that, I'll like my money to be spent on something that's really worth the 3 or 4k..
Anyway, back to the topic on investing wisely, I'm still doing read-ups and researching about it. Hope to grow it at least a little before my UNI days are up...
it's obvious that having MONEY is not an issue for her as she is in the higher league. Her problem is finding a nice guy who can love her for who she is ...... a self-independent, highly motivated FLYERS. ..... but we know, it is hard to find many male Singaporeans like that, especially if one is above 35+
Singaporean male tend to marry downward, i am told.
always the Light, .... always.
I personally don't know a lot of rich people who are employees, or super rich and young at the same time.
Not that hard. Just spend more time thinking.
business is good but you need capital to burn and see thru it...it is a good suggestion but fevernova u need capital and accumulate that.and at 22 you have 30k. that is quite decent. i had maybe 10% of that only when i was 22.....hahaha
Capital constraint at the start is good because it stops people from wasting too much money on something that might not even work. Which goes back to starting small, minimizing risk.
My online side business started with only about $500 approximately. Every month I invest what I earn back (typical of all businesses). Today, I make $2000 monthly off my side business which requires me only 1-2 hr per day. However, my experience only speaks for Internet type businesses.
It's not about the money. It's about what you do with that money. Constraints make people more creative.