Money

De La Salle centennial
commemorative banknotes
A few things I learned:

1. An easy way to look good is to wear clothes that fit. It's difficult to find pants for my body type. But that's because I look in the wrong places, searching for what suits my budget and not my frame. See, my hips and thighs don't like to wear cheap garments.

2. A consolation for buying a really expensive pair of jeans is receiving three commemorative De La Salle centennial 100-peso bills for my change.

3. The downside to doing work I care about is earning less than I used to. Yet by some strange mathematics miracle, my luxuries remain. I don't value money as much as I value time and energy.

4. To be clear: Money is, has been, and will always be very important to me.

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