Posted: January 27th, 2008 | Author: mil3tt3 | Filed under: my thoughts | Tags: my thoughts | No Comments »
Are you struggling with your finances and don’t know where to go? Are you knee deep in debts and want to know the way to financial freedom? Or are you someone who wanted a better financial futre? Then here are the books that might help you.
Posted: January 20th, 2008 | Author: mil3tt3 | Filed under: my life | Tags: my life | No Comments »
Motherhood is one huge responsibility. Not to mention that I am travelling its road alone right now. With the husband in Kuwait and me not having a nanny to help around the house. But taking care of Anevay is something that I love doing. If there is any task that I can give up anytime of the day is planning for a weekly menu and budgetin. haha.
Planning for a weekly menu really gives me a headache. I have around four or five recipe book on hand and I would browse all this books and end up with nothing. haha. The little girl is starting to be a picky eater so I have to make sure everything I prepare fits her taste buds.
Posted: January 16th, 2008 | Author: mil3tt3 | Filed under: my thoughts | Tags: my thoughts | No Comments »
..that is our agenda. We wanted to make sure that after five years the husband is home for good. But unfortunately there are people who wanted to think otherwise. I am still struggling against my anger to people who never treasure what my husband is doing for them. And their only concern is the money can get. oh well. that is how they go on with their life. Mine is different from theirs but I also have to protect my husband and our daughter.
Posted: January 10th, 2008 | Author: mil3tt3 | Filed under: life in review | Tags: life in review | No Comments »
2007 has been a year of so many changes for us as a family. Of course, the little girl is constantly growing healthtily (thank God!).
The husband and I decided to invest on real estate and to get him a big insurance to serve as our security blanket come retirement age. Also he bought a second hand car (through his transportation allowance from his company) in Kuwait.
Also at the last quarter my inlaws decided to leave us saying that I can now take care of Anevay on my own. It was difficult at first but something I decided to embrace since I am also having difficulty dealing with them because we have different beliefs and cultural background. I am more at peace now.