Chito Miranda Being Grateful, Proud of Wife Neri for Buying his Dream Land
The Parokya ni Edgar frontman Chito Miranda flaunts his wife successful business as Neri grant his dream and buy him the land he plans to achieve.
Chito Miranda once again inspired many netizens when he shared how his wife Neri Naig managed to buy his dreamland. Chito shared on his Facebook post on what he learned about handling money.
He includes the thought of not putting money in one place. He shares some of the financial lessons he has learned over the years, saying one thing he did was “invest” in his wife Neri.
Chito posted a picture of himself next to a piece of land, which he said Neri bought for him. “Save what you earn and spend what is left, instead of saving what is left after spending what you earn,” Chito said in his caption.
He also said that this is the most important lesson he has learned when it comes to handling money. “The 2nd was not to put all my eggs in one basket,” he added.
He admitted that he did not have that mindset before as he could not be convinced to invest in businesses due to the lack of time he spends on Parokya.
“Dati, whenever I was asked to invest sa isang negosyo, I’d say no because wala akong time para tutukan yung business, because I felt that I needed to focus all my energy sa Parokya since it was my primary source of income, and ang plano ko lang was tumugtog at mag-ipon,” ani Chito.
The Parokya ni Edgar vocalist said someone told him he would diversify his investments and sources of income, “so that if one loses, he may have another source.” He said he proved this to be true especially in the midst of the lockdown and all their gigs are canceled.
He said another thing he did was “’invest’ in my wife … not necessarily financially, but more than the time and support she needed for her to succeed on her own.”
“Instead of simply saying ‘ako na bahala sa lahat…asikasuhin mo na lang yung bahay,’ whenever possible, I would say, “‘ko muna dito sa bahay…asikasuhin mo yung mga kelangan mo gawin’, which gave her the time and energy to focus on her goals,” he said.
Chito said he is proud to say that he is still the provider but he is more proud of his wife Neri. Chito thanked Neri for continuing his plans that were postponed due to the pandemic.
“Siya yung nagtuloy sa mga natigil kong mga plano…tulad ng lupa na ‘to na balak ko bilin pero na-udlot dahil sa COVID. Binili niya para sa akin,” he shared.
“Eto yung bunga ng pagiging ma-ingat at wais ko sa pera, at pagiging supportive na husband. Kumbaga sa zombie apocalypse, mas mabuti nang dalawang kayong magaling makipaglaban, kesa sa mag-isa ka lang.”
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