Don't you just love to shop and spend using money that didn't have to come from your own savings account? Or from your own sweat and blood? You might say, of course who wouldn't want that, but who does that? Is that even possible (or legal)?
You have heard of terms such as "colonial mentality" and "crab mentality". Recently, I realized that there is another mentality that many Filipinos may not be familiar with but are so guilty of - the entitlement mentality.
It started in college. I was the one with the car and I would drive us to the university for classes. Then I was the first one to get a part time job and then the handyman would use my car to drive me to and from work. I was 20 years old we had our first baby.
OMG I cannot believe I got my hands on this book just 6 days after its official release in the U.S. considering I live in the Philippines. I got it for free too! Why "A" Students Work for "C" Students is a self-help book written by Robert Kiyosaki - my favorite personal finance author of all time.
I am a product of a multi-cultural type of school. I was not homeschooled and my parents would not have known that something like that existed back then. Still, only now in my adult years do I realize how lucky I truly have been that my parents did what they did when it comes to my schooling.
Taumbahay \ta:um:ba:hī\ is a person who stays at home. It is the compound word of "tao" and "bahay", joined together by the gitlapi "um". (Filipino grammar is one of the hardest languages to learn to be honest.) The word "tao" means human, and "bahay" means home.
My name is Bella A. Carlos. This is my first purposeful blog. I believe that home schooling my children is key to their financial security in the future. I hope this blog inspires others to look at homeschooling as a path to build wealth and eventually financial freedom.
Teach Your Kids to Use Other People's Money
Another Filipino Mentality You May Not Be Aware Of
What is Taumbahay
What Convinced Me to Homeschool
On Reading Why "A" Students Work for "C" Students
When You Are A Woman Breadwinner