Some friends ask me why am I blogging more about my meals these days? Am I really? Maybe, it is a sub-conscious decision because it is a safer topic? Possibly.
Well, I do know that blogging about my meals has had positive consequences both for me and some readers.
|Non-fried noodles. Broccoli. MSG free soup cube.|
|Add mom's secret ingredients plus a mug of genmaicha.|
2. Some readers have informed me that I have inspired them to pack lunch to work, have dinner at home more often instead of going to the restaurants. Some of them actually realised substantial savings especially when they managed to get the whole family to participate.
Through sharing very personal information such as how much I receive in terms of passive income, how much I have in my CPF-OA and SA, how I am able to get free health insurance in Singapore and how I save money on a daily basis, just to name a few things, I have found that it is easier to convince people, to inspire people to take their first step on the journey towards financial security and, ultimately, financial freedom.
It has been a 20 years journey for me but, hey, if AK can do it, so can you, right?
Some might take a shorter time. Some might take a longer time. It doesn't really matter, does it?
I know some people might ridicule me for blogging about my meals but I am sure regular readers are able look beyond the facade. Regular readers know that my journey towards financial freedom is anchored upon a philosophy and that philosophy is apparent in my daily life.
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