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9 Money Challenges to Try

Money challenges! Have you done one before?

Here are 9 money challenges you can try out. Some of them are for earning money, some are for saving money. Pick one money challenge you want to do for yourself – I’m going to share which one(s) I’m planning to do myself 😀

#1 – Kumpul Hijau Challenge

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Link Roundup #9: 10 Things to Know This Week

Accelerate your personal finance knowledge with this regular feature on Ringgit Oh Ringgit – the Link Roundup! I promise you’ll find these 10 links informational 🙂

1. We Put Klang Valley’s Ride-Share Apps In A Head-To-Head Price Test – Vulcan Post

Surprising fact no 1: There are (at least) five active ride-sharing apps operating in the Malaysian market. Five!

They are: Grab, MyCar, MULA, EZCab and Dacsee. LOVE this article comparing the prices plus waiting times for each of them. I’m already a Grab and MyCar user – I think I’ll install EZCar too because the price looks pretty good.

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Keto in Malaysia: Budget Tips that Work Here

keto in malaysia

The first time I did keto, I lost about 12kg. It’s the only diet that worked for me so far. Who knew that a high fat low carb diet can be this efficient?

I have since regained some of that weight so I’m doing keto again. This time around, I notice there are more people doing keto in Malaysia. And many of them complain about the same thing: all those good fat you have to eat to get into ketosis are so expensive!

So here are some budget tips that personally worked for me.

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25 Personal Finance Subreddits For You To Find ‘Your People’

Personal finance subreddits

Personal finance is so… so… BROAD, isn’t it? We come from all kinds of backgrounds and have all types of interests and go through all sorts of life circumstances. Looking for specific answers can be tough. Sometimes you don’t know what you don’t know – not even the search term for it. I have suggested Reddit as a resource page before, but the sheer amount of available information can be enough for some people to go, ‘nope’ and close off the tab.

That’s a shame, because one of the best ways to learn about personal finance is to learn from the Reddit community. The most useful information get the most upvotes – so you get to save time by reading only the best of the best as determined by those personal finance subreddit community members themselves.

Even though r/PersonalFinance has a lot of members and contributors, I wouldn’t really recommend it and some other subs to Malaysians as many topics are specific for the US crowd. The r/MalaysianPF community, on the other hand, would be great if it wasn’t, um, dead.

BUT. There are other personal finance subreddits that you can explore. They will help you save, spend, invest and manage your money better – for a variety of occasions. Here are 25 of them.

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