Days are getting cooler. The pandemic is still ruling the world. There is much uncertainty right now.
Working in dental field and being a front line health care worker, is not the safest thing to do right now. Taking public transit is not the greatest thing to do now.
Considering all things, I am trying to be safe, as much as I can. Wearing mask whenever out of the house, using hand sanitizer, and washing with soap more frequent....
Having the mask, (not the N95 fit tested, just level 3), a face shield, a scrub cap for head, and a gown on top of the scrubs: we are all trying to serve people and to help the dentists to make money during this time. This situation makes me understand, why I keep on investing and trying to learn more about finances.
These coming months, I need to add money to our RRSPs. We still have to pay back the HBP loan. To reduce the taxes of having the rental income, we need to add money to RRSP.
I was trying to add more to the TFSA till now. Now is the time to think of reducing the taxes.
As I mentioned in the previous post, I am trying to read more books. This time, it is "The Last House Guest" by Megan Miranda.
The story is told by Avery Greer. Her best friend Sadie is dead and every one thinks it is a suicide. Avery try to find what actually happened. The quest made her understand how she herself lost her parents. Why the rich family took care of her and gave her a job.
Megan Miranda is not putting any romantic encounters in the novel. It can be added to the novel to make it more pleasing to wide range of readers. i am glad the author didn't do that.
I love the style of writing. I will try another Megan Miranda book.
Right now, I have a book "Flourish" downloaded to my phone. That being a non fiction book, I don't think, I will finish in a week. But, there is another novel I am thinking of to read during my commute time.