Adulting

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I realized (for a while now) that I live in a privileged bubble where I don’t have to pay for rent, electricity, internet, water, and gas. In fact, the term ‘personal finance’ wasn’t in my head until the last few years of my life.

One of the first thing that I did was realizing that I didnt even have saving nevermind investing. I didn’t even have a personal health insurance. I didn’t even track how much I spend each month.

Today though, I’m on my personal health insurance despite being insured by my company. I started to invest in mutual funds and directly to stock markets. I’ve been meticulously tracking my daily spending over the past 18 months.

I guess that’s what Adulting feels like..

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