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I know most of you have already withdrawn their earnings here on read.cash and there are also some like me who doesn't. Well I am still new here and honestly I don't know yet how to withdraw my earnings. LOL. I'm still pooling it before I withdraw it. Is it a good idea or what amount should I withdraw them?
Can you still remember what you did with your first payment with read.cash? For those who still haven't withdrawn their first earnings, what are your plans with it?
I still haven't decided yet what to do with my earnings here on read.cash but I do have a lot of bills to pay and I want to voluntary pay for my benefit contributions. I have already wasted a lot of years and I should set my priorities straight. I know it is very important for me especially when I am old. Do you voluntarily pay for your contributions? What contributions are those?
Another thing that I want to do with my earnings here on read.cash is to save at least a small amount every month so that by the end of the year, I have some money in my savings account. I kind of miss seeing my balance that is above the maintaning balance. Yes, my balance is always within the maintaning limit. I would deposit a hundred peso every now and then just so it wouldn't be dormant. Then after a few months, it's back to its maintaning limit again.
@Eirolfeam2 and @bmjc98 have already published their articles about saving up. I was inspired by their dedication to save. I have also did my Php50 challenge during the start of 2018 and 2019 but I always ended up using them. It is not because I don't have the discipline to not spend it but the money that I saved with the challenge were actually from my parents. They would give me money to do the groceries and whenever there is a change of Php50, I would ask them if I can take it and they would let me keep it. I used the money that I saved from the challenge for my bills. Like I have said in one of my articles, bills are never ending.
It is really hard to save if there is nothing to save. I remember when I was working, I would already separate my money for bills, savings, expenses and miscellaneous stuffs. To top it all, I would leave Php1000 per cut off in my ATM card. It was like an instant alkansya or coin bank for me. These are some of the things that I miss about working, the pay day.
I don't know how I can save money next year but I will surely try to save even a small amount and I really hope that I wouldn't need to use it. I'm still not up to the peso challenge since I don't have any stable source of income yet. I might try to save at least Php500 from read.cash every month. I think that would be a good start right? Then the rest of my earnings here would be for my contributions. I still don't know how much I need to pay monthly for those but I will see to it that I will start paying them next year.