Time flies so fast, and the year is almost near to end.
The first and second week of November was a really tough one for us. It started when my account and hubby’s too was given a limited access by Paypal due to allegedly malicious activities (according to them). I am blessed to have online friends that helped me (thanks Nicquee), who gave some advises on how my Paypal will get back to normal (thanks Sam), and even gave words of encouragement and told me that everything will turn out just fine (thanks Ranchers). My offline friend also extended a helping hand (thanks Leigh). And of course, our families who helped us in this trial, thank you sa inyo!
The third and fourth week was good, our Paypal account had been lifted from the limited access and we were able to return what we borrowed. I received some online tasks and we are slowly getting back on our feet.
Here are the lessons I learned this November:
- Do not put all your eggs in one basket. Hubby and I are both earning online and thus we only use Paypal for our online income, and now I realized that there are lots of options without the need of Paypal. Thanks to my friend Sam, she told me that we can put some of our online earnings directly to our bank. So now, we decided to get another bank account and separate each transactions.
- Miracles happen when you least expect it. The people who I did not expect to help, did help! Now I know that God moves in mysterious ways and that he used these people to help us overcome and lighten this trial.
- Be Thankful. Everything happens for a reason and I thank God for this trial because it gave us a lot of lessons.
This December, I am claiming that it would bring more blessings. I hope that our family and friends will receive abundant blessings and that they will get what they deserve. I hope we can start our Christmas shopping soon, and be able to finish all our obligations before the year ends (we need a huge miracle for this to happen).
For you dear readers, I wish that you will have a Merry Christmas with your family.
Thank you for always visiting this humble blog of mine.
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