Gaji Ribu-ribu. Persoalannya berapa baki gaji anda di hujung bulan? Adalah masih tidak cukup???

Hai pembaca sebelum sampai ke topic utama saya bukan penulis yang baik tetapi saya ada masej tuntuk disampaikan untuk anda.

Hal ini lama sudah saya rasakan dan ditambah pula terbaca artikal yang membahas topik ini dan sa terpanggil untuk menulis blog ini.

Tempat menarik untuk di kunjungi

Pada hari dalam kepala zaman sekarang kalau saya dapat gaji rm2000 saya akan cukup, tetapi ternyata apabila anda mendapat gaji Rm2000 masih lagi cukup dan berharap ini gaji lebih tinggi dan mgkin kalau saya dapat gaji Rm3000 dan seterusnya saya akan tiada masalah kewangan lagi.Tetapi ternyata masih lagi mempunyai masalah kewangan.

Disini saya ingin kongsikan bukan jumlah wang yang buat anda tidak mempunyai masalah kewangan tetapi masalahnya betulkah cara kita membelanjakan kewangan anda???

Disini kita ambil contoh kerja ladang seperti penoreh getah dengan kerja dengan kerajaan yang lebih bagus. Sebab saya ambil penoreh getah sebagai contoh kerana saya membesar dari duit hasil menjual getah ibu bapa saya adalah penoreh getah.

Disini kita bagi contoh kerja kerajaan gaji Rm2000 dan pendapatan penoreh getah kita anggarkan Rm900. Tetapi dalam reality pendapatan penoreh getah tidak tentu disebabkan harga yang terus terun dan tidak masuk akal untuk kerajaan letak harga begitu murah gilaaa…panas aku haha..

Pekerja A Rm2000

Pekerja B Rm900

Mari kita lihat perblanjaan bagi kedua pekerja ini kedua-duanya bujang.

Pekerja A membelanjakan wang gajinya dalam 1 bulan;

* sewa rumah=Rm300

*makan =Rm500



*lagi Rm200 simpanan kalau tidak kuat jalanlah.

Pekerja B membelanjakan wang pendapatanya dalam 1 bulan;

*makan =Rm500

Lain*= Rm 300

*lagi Rm100 ada ditangan simpanan kalau tidak kuat jalan.

Melihat situasi ini kita tidak tahu bezanya kan.

Disini saya ingin terus buat kesimpualan.

Sebelum kesimpuanan saya ingin menyatakan bukan semua tetapi ada yang berfikir dimana gaji ribu2 itu dalam fikiran mereka pekerjaan yang jauh lebih rendah dari mereka tidak mempunyai cash ditangan@simpanan. Jangan silap bukan semua tapi ada yang mempunyai puluh ribu dalam simpan walaupun kerja biasa2 saja.

Di sini Bukan jumlah wang yang kita dapat membuatkan kita tidak menghadapi maslah kewangan tetapi bagaimana kita mengurus kewangan kita. Persoalannya gaji ribu2 ?? Berpa banyak wang yang kita simpan@cash ditangan selepas perbelanjan anda dalam 1 bulan.?? Disebabkan setiap kenaikan pendapatan kita sering upgread kehidupan kita beli itu ini kehendak pun bertambah dan moral dari topik ini berlanarlah berbelanja.

Dan yang paling last untuk goverment tidak masuk akal kos sarah hidup sekarang sangatlah tinggi tetapi gaji min sangatlah rendah. Jadi renung-renungkanlah ambil yang positif dan buang yang negitif. Setuju kongsikan kepada rakan2 anda dan family.

Relatives of woman killed in self-driving Uber crash file $10M claim

TEMPE, Ariz. — Two relatives of a woman killed when she was struck by an autonomous Ubervehicle have filed a $10 million claim against the Phoenix suburb where the incident occurred in March.
The Arizona Republic reports the previously undisclosed claim filed last fall against Tempe seeks $5 million each for the husband and daughter of 49-year-old Elaine Herzberg. Such claim notices are a required precursor to possible lawsuits.
The claim says Tempe created a dangerous situation by installing a brick pathway across the median where people were not supposed to cross the road.

Tempe spokeswoman Nikki Ripley said the city does not comment on pending litigation but she confirmed that Tempe hasn’t responded to the claim and that it was made about the tme when Tempe replaced the walkway with landscaping.

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Beauty hacks, from tattooed eyebrows to lip colour, eye liner, and concealer – moving on from microblading

It so long ago that the idea of tattooing one’s eyebrows semi-permanently – a procedure now commonly known as microblading – seemed quite unusual. Now, it’s a godsend for women and men freed from the prison of having to perfect their eyebrows daily before heading out.
But, as body tattoo enthusiasts know, the first prick of the needle often acts as a gateway drug. While most beauty salons offer few semi-permanent make-up options beyond eyebrows, would the freshly bladed be keen for more, were the choice available?

According to Rebecca Chung, the owner and founder of beauty salons Princessbrows and High Society Skin Clinic in Hong Kong, the answer is a resounding yes. Having trained in microblading a decade ago, Chung became curious as to which other parts of the body could be candidates for permanent make-up, and today offers services ranging from semi-permanent lip colour and under eye concealer to areola restoration for breast-cancer survivors and stretch mark camouflage.
“Once [my customers] start with eyebrows, they’ll think about eye liner, lips, or concealer. They are more open-minded once they’ve started,” Chung explains. “They realise, ‘Oh, it’s painless, it saves my time,’ and they want more. They want to wake up with make-up.”

Chung says that under-eye concealer is one of her more popular treatments. “Darkness under the eyes is a very big problem for ladies in Asia. This is the most popular treatment right now, because eyebrows you can find everywhere, with different pricing, but this one you can only find at my salon in Hong Kong. Lips are also very popular, and it’s all word of mouth. So if I do good lips I don’t even really need to advertise, the work speaks for me. It gives a healthier look, and usually we do very natural colours.”

“Perfect lips” by Chung will set a customer back HK$7,000, while masking those under-eye circles costs HK$15,000, with results lasting between five and seven years. Factors that will affect fading are similar to those for body tattoos, so sun protection is the only suggestion Chung makes for extending the life of your procedure.
Her interest in beauty technology has since taken Chung past the realm of semi-permanent make-up. Besides having launched several brands and proprietary procedures, from keratin lash lifting treatments and products, Chung also brings in hot-off-FDA-approval procedures such as EmSculpt, a highly effective fat burning muscle building machine that was approved for use by the American regulatory body last August.

The machine targets the abs and derrière, and effects the equivalent of “20,000 crunches or squats in a 30-minute treatment,” says Chung. “It’s a workout human beings can’t do. This is the machine I’ve loved the most for slimming in my whole life, and I’ve tried everything.”
“Clinical studies suggest you do a session every three days and after four sessions you can see really good results. Sixteen per cent of fat is reduced, with 19 per cent muscle gained. You can feel your core getting stronger, and if you were pregnant before or you gained a lot of weight and your muscles are kind of separated, this machine can help ‘put it together’.”
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Huawei’s founder Ren Zhengfei breaks years

Ren Zhengfei, the billionaire founder of Huawei Technologies, broke years of silence on Tuesday as his business empire faces its biggest crisis in more than three decades amid continued pressure from the US that its networking gear may pose a security threat.
The telecoms mogul called Donald Trump “a great president” and said he would take a wait-and-see approach to whether the US leader will intervene in the case of his eldest daughter and Huawei finance chief Meng Wanzhou.

Meng is in Canada facing extradition to the US, where authorities have accused her of fraudulently representing Huawei to evade US sanctions on Iran. She has denied any wrongdoing and said that she will contest the allegations if surrendered to the US.

The emergence of the reclusive Ren, who last spoke with foreign media in 2015, underscores the depth of the attacks on Huawei, the largest symbol of China’s growing technological might.
“I love my country, I support the Communist Party. But I will not do anything to harm the world,” the 74-year-old Ren told a select round table briefing, only his third formal chat with foreign reporters. “I don’t see a close connection between my personal political beliefs and the businesses of Huawei.”

The US has banned government use of Huawei’s technology products and services because of security concerns. US security experts have warned of a range of potential security risks, including but not limited to the capacity to control telecommunications infrastructure and even conduct undetected espionage. It has pressed its allies to follow suit.

Japan has excluded Huawei from public procurement and Australia and New Zealand have effectively blocked Huawei from the roll-out of their 5G network infrastructure. The UK and Canada are also weighing the possible security risks posed by Huawei — along with a growing list of other European countries.
Huawei has consistently denied any connections with the military, saying that it is a private company part-owned by its employees and that governments need to ensure there is an objective basis for choosing technology vendors.

“Ren Zhengfei doesn’t give many interviews, but his decision to speak publicly seems like a smart move,” said Brock Silvers, Shanghai-based managing director of Kaiyuan Capital. “The threat to Huawei’s European business is real and it is understandably responding to it. Ren’s public comments today show how seriously he views the situation.”

Ren, who joined the Communist Party after leaving the People’s Liberation Army, stressed the potential for cooperation with the US. He played down Huawei’s role in current trade tensions between Washington and Beijing, which have rattled investors and corporations worldwide.
“Huawei is only a sesame seed in the trade conflict between China and the US,” Ren said from the company’s newest campus in the industrial city of Dongguan.
“Trump is a great president. He dares to massively cut tax, which will benefit the business. But you have to treat well the companies and countries so that they will be willing to invest in the US and the government will be able to collect enough tax.”
Meanwhile, China’s Foreign Ministry on Tuesday urged Canada to release Meng immediately, saying the case was an abuse of legal procedure. Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying made the comment at a daily news briefing in Beijing.

Meng was released on bail five weeks ago and is living under restrictions in her multimillion-dollar Vancouver home while awaiting extradition proceedings.

The arrest in Poland last week of a sales executive accused of spying may have helped prompt Ren to personally marshal Huawei’s global response. The employee in Poland was subsequently fired by Huawei, which said the individual had brought the company into disrepute.

Ren expressed hope that Huawei could find a way forward with the US.
“Huawei is not a public company, we don’t need a beautiful earnings report,” Ren said. “If they don’t want Huawei to be in some markets, we can scale down a bit. As long as we can survive and feed our employees, there’s a future for us.”

Ren is a legendary figure in China’s business world and moves in the highest government circles. The self-made billionaire is the son of schoolteachers and grew up in a mountainous town in China’s poorest province, Guizhou.
A survivor of China’s great famine between 1958 and 1961, Ren graduated from the Chongqing Institute of Civil Engineering and Architecture. He worked in the civil engineering industry until 1974 when he joined the PLA as an engineer – a connection that still provokes questions in the West about Huawei’s ties to the Chinese army and government.
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