The Secret Money Saving Rule I Learned in Japan make money online in japan

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This video is about a secret money-saving rule I learned from my Japanese grandpa (ojichan), that helped me to save $10000 a month. Follow me on IG: …

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Erika Kullberg 28/09/2021 - 1:31 Sáng

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How To Adult School 28/09/2021 - 1:31 Sáng

I love this concept! I've always done a monthly review of my finances and love how mindful and calming it is to feel organized after doing this chore every month. I love that the kakiebo is encouraging people to do this! I think it's the single most important practice to getting in control of your finances!

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Critical Moment 28/09/2021 - 1:31 Sáng

Yes. Budgets are the only way to meet financial goals. Poor lost millennials. This is literally just a budget with a checkbook.

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1greenMitsi 28/09/2021 - 1:31 Sáng

btw the way you hold your pen to write gave me cancer

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Michelle Caluag 28/09/2021 - 1:31 Sáng

You went to Georgetown Law! That's awesome, I went to GWU. Yay DC!

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Sharifski Sr. 28/09/2021 - 1:31 Sáng

You're awesome! Thanks so much for sharing

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Barb EM 28/09/2021 - 1:31 Sáng

I always save/invest first, then see how/what I can afford with the leftovers.

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Diane Serafino 28/09/2021 - 1:31 Sáng

fair to American Society , credit was so pushed on us all. Handing over a plastic card did NOT give the reality of it being MONEY at all, its a fantasy purchase. Wish checks came back, it made one stop and do a few steps….like write the amount down and again record it in the check book. Trust me it made one realize money didn't just appear or in this case disappear out of now where.

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Isabel 28/09/2021 - 1:31 Sáng

I just have a box with small papers of how much money I have each month. And I calculate all the money I have each month. And then I will allow myself to spend one percent of my total money. Which means I would still be able to be okay for eight years if I suddenly lost my job. And most of my money is in interests which means I will get extra salaries in the years ahead.

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Jacob Lehman 28/09/2021 - 1:31 Sáng

"Japanese grandpa"… lol thanks for the video

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jjminor 28/09/2021 - 1:31 Sáng

American houses are just huge and cheap too. I lived in Korea for 13 years in the largest apartment I had was under 700 ft.². I lived in it with my wife and two children and though it was small we were OK.

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Pamela Hermano 28/09/2021 - 1:31 Sáng

This video has inspired me to be better with my money. I waste so much with always putting my convenience first. Instead of cooking or eating leftovers I end up eating out or getting Uber Eats… and then I justify it by saying I’ve had a rough day. Thanks for making this video.

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Barry Lee 28/09/2021 - 1:31 Sáng

What's a high interest bank account?

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John 316 28/09/2021 - 1:31 Sáng

So pleasant to the eyes.

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happinesstan 28/09/2021 - 1:31 Sáng

How much does a single egg cost compared to 1/12 of a dozen?

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AL SAULSO 28/09/2021 - 1:31 Sáng

beautiful!!! love it!!

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bigwhiskey83 28/09/2021 - 1:31 Sáng

The US right now needs to be like Japan Now! Our inflation rate is so high Now!

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Lauri Pine 28/09/2021 - 1:31 Sáng

Would you spell that word for the journal? It is hard to catch it on video. Thanks!

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Randy eugene 28/09/2021 - 1:31 Sáng

Money money $ I will forever appreciate this channel, you've helped my family alot, your videos, advice, lessons and funny words are inspirational and helpful to us. My wife and I have been able to be minimal, conscious in spending, saving and investing wisely, I now earn every week. You're such a blessing to this generation. we all love you

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Soul Abundance IQ 28/09/2021 - 1:31 Sáng

This is a great video, thank you!!!

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InLikeFlynn2013 28/09/2021 - 1:31 Sáng

Omg you're so cute!

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April Cox 28/09/2021 - 1:31 Sáng

I just came across your channel, the $5.34 one. I am on a fixed income and I never have enough money at the end of the month. I will put away what I intend for savings but I always have to go back and use it. I can’t save for car repairs, birthdays, or Christmas. I am going to try your method and use your links to try and save. Thank you for your videos and time to help others.

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R 28/09/2021 - 1:31 Sáng

Gift yourself with savings

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Mark Robbins 28/09/2021 - 1:31 Sáng

Additionally, it is a little known fact that taking even a modicum of everyday practical financial advice from a girl that merely LOOKS Japanese is currently the only known means of achieving a genuine testicular orgasm.

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TENACIOUSLY ME! 28/09/2021 - 1:31 Sáng

Thank you for sharing!

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CB FIT Runner 28/09/2021 - 1:31 Sáng

also japanese have a great respect for there elders. I watch in awe as they take care of their elders in nursing homes where they come everyday and sit and comfort them with all kinds of healing techniques from body massages to all kinds of comfort devices. They wait on them hand and foot. Here in america we dont visit our elders unless its maybe once a year for a few minutes. Its sad that it has gone this way.

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Fruity Pebbles 28/09/2021 - 1:31 Sáng

It’s impossible to lose large amounts of weight (without gaining it all back again), so your diet analogy doesn’t really work.

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Fruity Pebbles 28/09/2021 - 1:31 Sáng

Credit cards literally provide you with an itemized list of all the money you spent. How is using untraceable cash better???

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Kyle Couture 28/09/2021 - 1:31 Sáng

So basically… write out a budget… mind blown.

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Doc Hardin 28/09/2021 - 1:31 Sáng

Chicks hot

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k.c Baynes 28/09/2021 - 1:31 Sáng

So you're saying deny yourself something now, or you eventually deny yourself something precious later.

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That One Guy 28/09/2021 - 1:31 Sáng

Buying within your means… we don't have any means so we gotta barrow. I don't want a big house but ironically it was the cheapest I could find

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