So… I just watched Emma Pickles’ “How Much is My Face Worth Tag” video on youtube (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q3ymp4zdk18) and it made me think… “Holy moly… how much money am I putting on my face I wonder…” So even though I haven’t been tagged, and I don’t have a youtube channel (well, I do…
Wow this is so interesting!
My face costs (rough estimate, rounded up. not brand conscious unless specified):
That’s alright! I’m not a full-on makeup enthusiast. I like my natural lip color and hate lip balm/lip gloss. No patience for eyeshadow. Too lazy for sponges or multiple brushes.
*Not included - one-time purchase items: Bodyshop eyelash curler, kabuki brush, tweezers, pencil sharpener
I have spent RM5204.55 since Jan 1, 2014.
in Jan-Feb I spent RM4452.35. In the same time I have received about RM6000 in salary. That’s RM1547.65 of spare monies, mostly went to investment account. I save about RM773.83 per month on average. So far.
Am I happy with this savings amount? Yes. Room for improvement? Yes. Maybe no. I don’t know. Some people live with half their salary. Some people make half my salary. So I KNOW there are ways to slash this. Would it be worth it though?
I am in the final process to get a medical card. In Malaysia we have really affordable government healthcare. But the thing is, I prefer private hospitals.. and they don’t come cheap. My gf says that when she tore her knee ligament, it costs about RM25k. What would wipe out my savings!
I’ve never had major medical illness or accidents, but you know, better be safe than sorry.
I’m going with a medical card which offers the below:
- Up to RM350 for room - that’ll get me a nice private room :)
- annual limit of RM190000 - that’s a huuuuge sum of money and can cover anything I could be having
- no lifetime limit! Good!
The annual premium is RM1360, or about RM115 a month. I can afford that.. loose change for the peace of mind.
Kind of contemplating getting separate policies for permanent disability and critical illness. Would be nice to get a huge amount of money to compensate for a lifetime of suffering. If I ever get anything (touchwood), my current plan is to go traveling until I can’t, then rent a cheap place to play games/surf internet/host friends.
Lately, I’ve been thinking about how you guys react to news about queer Muslims. You show it to your friends and family. You have a good laugh. Look at these crazy people, ha ha ha.
Because we aren’t real Muslims, in your eyes. You refer to gay Muslims as a “phenomenon”, a “trend”, even a…