Why the Term “YOLO” (You Only Live Once) is Not Necessarily True

YOLO (You Only Live Once)

This acronym is being commonly used recently, right?

For those of you who are out of the loop, the term YOLO is used for doing things that you normally would not do.

Some examples of YOLO situations may be doing a cliff dive/jump in Boracay, riding a Zipline in Dahilayan Adventure Park in Bukidnon, eating balut for the first time or even taking an out-of-the-country trip alone.

However, if you are planning to do some YOLO stuff, please be mindful of your finances. You don’t use YOLO to justify buying a new Apple or Samsung phone!

Anyway, I can’t help but relate it to our finances :p

But, according to SMBC Comics, YOLO (You Only Live Once) is FALSE.

We have as much as 11 lives to live in a normal human lifespan!

Don’t believe me?

Check out the comic below:

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yolo, you only live once

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Coincidentally, it’s my seventh year in the IT industry haha! Talk about timing!

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To our success in all areas of life,
Argel Tiburcio
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When he is not busy watching "The Office", lounging at the beach, or playing 1st person shooting games, Argel consistently invests in the stock market, both local and global. He loves learning through books, training, seminars, and workshops. He also helps Pinoys create, manage, grow, and protect their wealth as a globally-certified Professional Financial Advisor. Get in touch with him by sending an email to contact[at]argeltiburcio.com

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