Asked on 17 Jan 2019
People tell me to just go running because it’s free but I don’t like to run; at the same time I want be fit. In a way, the money spent motivates me to attend classes every day so that I can inch towards my fitness goals.
It’s damn tiring to do a part-time degree on top of a full-time job. The paper qualification doesn’t add as much value to a Bachelor’s degree compared to a Bachelor’s degree‘s added value to a diploma. But the knowledge learned benefited me in other ways.
Due to working in tech line and it provides more of our daily services such as information , research, transport information, contact and communications, reminders, planners, capturing moments, photograhy, social and contact with SB and Seedly etcs.. learnings etc.
I also got it with subsidized rate, so I won't be overspending to much that does not justify for the cost of the above purposes.
However, it is truly "not worth the $" for some due to lessor usage / purposes.
Ashley Wong, Financial Assistant at Multi Management & Future Solutions
Answered on 28 Jan 2019
I think it is a natural tendency for people to be against anything which isn't affordable to them. I am writing it as per my own experience. For me, I have seen people saying "not worth the money" in cases where I plan to buy something expensive esepcially mobile phones. I am generally advised to stick to budget phones rather than high end premium handsets.