Adulting starts. ~$2.2k Monthly Household Bills, Referral Codes (MyRepublic, Sembcorp, Circles Life) and $7k top-up to SA

My official adulting started when I moved into my own crib.

Older folks will probably laugh at the Millennials. Yes, I won't dispute the fact that we have been well pampered by our parents. I know very well that despite not growing up in a middle-income family, my mum has spoilt us by doing practically everything for us. For that, I'm super grateful.

So, with the move to my new home comes new responsibilities in the new year. Honestly, it hasn't been that bad living an independent life. Sure I dont get breakfast or hot meals prepared at every meal time, nor things get magically cleaned, I am getting used to this life. I guess that's because I'm not a stickler for super clean house (I can live with organised mess lol and have yet to unpack all my items HAHA), and I have modern gadgets to save my life, such as:
robot cleaner to clean the floor everydayfiltered water so there's no need to boil waterinstant hot waterwashing machine that's on when we reach full …

The Disney Dollar

image from google
 Hold on to your Disney dollars as the currency's value is set to rocket

Anyone holding onto your prized Disney dollars? It's now out of production. Time to sell?

I've only been to Hong Kong's Disneyland but was not aware of the existence of the Disney Dollar (oops). Only knew of it when my bf gave them to me during his visit to Paris Disneyland.

Unfortunately, I can't find my Disney Dollar from him but I managed to find the Disney Coin. Does this count? :P

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  1. I have no idea there's such a thing as the Disney Dollar!

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    1. Neither do I until my bf gave me one! hehe

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