September is the start of what so-called “ber” months. And once we say “ber” months, it is also the start of the series of holidays including Halloween, Thanksgiving Day ,Christmas and New Years Eve. And during these special Holidays, like Christmas and New Year in particular, we usually spend more than our daily expenses. Well, simply because we want to make such holidays extra especial. We celebrate such occasion once a year, so why not make it special and something unforgettable, right? Philippines is well known for having the longest celebration of Christmas day. You can feel the Christmas spirit starting from the month of September. You do not have to be surprised seeing Christmas decorations everywhere. We, Filipinos are very luxurious when it comes to these kind of celebrations. We served a lot of delicious foods during Christmas eve like smoked ham, spaghetti and other traditional Filipino delicacies like Bibingka (rice cake) and “puto Bungbong”. But of course, before anything else, we try to make sure first, if our budget is enough to shoulder everything. Because sometimes, even we received Christmas bonuses from our employer, the budget is still not enough to buy everything. This is the reason why we are very thankful to payday loan lenders who are willing to lend us extra money before any other occasions which includes birthday. Well, sometimes, we have to admit that there are some unexpected expenses that will ruin our budget. But nowadays, there are lots of lending companies who are not so reliable and their aim is nothing but to scam other people so i suggest to check first the company’s history to verify if it is reliable or not or you can just apply payday loans online in which you are more ensured. Anyway, in any occasion especially the Christmas day, we have to be aware that we are celebrating such occasion to pay tribute to our creator, so it doesn’t really matter if you celebrate it luxuriously or not, as long as you know what you are celebrating for, that’s all that matters.
September 11, 2010September 11, 2010| | 0 Comment