Savings In Japan: How To Get Smart With Your Yen
How a more intentional approach to money can dramatically increase your wealth (and make you happier!)
Picture this: You’re living in Japan—maybe even far away from your family and friends back home. You have a wonderful life now, a stable partner, a job with the right income, security, and fulfillment. Not to forget: access to every seasonal Starbucks or Tully’s latte you’d ever want. But you wake up the day after and suddenly this is all gone.
What are you going to do and will you be able to protect yourself financially? Do you even know how much you spend each month?
Now, forgive me if I sound like your grandma back home, but these are important stuff to keep in mind—especially when you live abroad in a country where no job is really that secure.
Savings in Japan: starting with the basics
As the late Carl Sanburg said, “money is power” and while these words usually get associated with politics, the actual meaning lands much closer to home. Having…
This is only a snippet of a Tokyo Travel Article written by Chiara Terzuolo
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