5 things young Singaporeans waste money on without realising it
This article lists out the 5 things which young Singaporeans waste money on without realising it, and most of the points are actually true.
We usually spend on unnecessary things, or for memberships that we rarely use. The 5 things that this news article listed are things that even I am guilty of. Why are we thoughtlessly spending money on things that we would not use or need? We do not need a gym membership, a nearby park usually have work out equipments too. Purchasing ill fitting clothes is also the buyer's fault as he/she does not take measurements to ensure if the clothing would fit. Over-ordering at restaurants had never been a problem for me, but maybe other young Singaporeans can skip the appetizers and just have their main courses, which usually fills our stomachs already. Manicure can be easily learnt and practised at home, unless you really wish to have outstanding designs on your nails, then you go for a manicure. However a manicure as such usually cost about $80, with each art drawn on the nail costing $8. It is true that young Singaporeans are wasting money on nail art, which only lasts up to a month. Having fancy food all the time is also a waste of money. According to the article, people usually have fancy food to instagram the pictures of it.
However, to some people, all these things mentioned above may not be a waste of money. We all think differently and have different views on how money is being wasted. In my opinion, we do realise that we are wasting money on these things, but we still do it for the sake of fun.