Winning the Lottery or One Million Dollars?
I would be one lucky gal if I ever won the lottery. I have never won anything in my life actually, and the chance of winning the lottery is 1 in 13.8 million, and considering my unluckiness, that chance is probably even lower. If that is even possible. So for me to win the lottery would be a testament. The same goes for me ever getting a million dollars to spend. But a girl can dream.
What would I do? The better question is what would I not be able to do because I don’t have any more money to spend because it’s all used up.
HERE’S WHAT I’D DO (of course depending on the amount):
- Firstly, I’d buy myself a burger, lemonade, a large fries and some pillows to really lay down and ponder upon my luck in my room.
- Because this is all new to me and I have to make sure it’s real and not in my head, for sure. Then I’d cry my eyes out and sleep on things… no, I’d laugh until my body is cramped and there is no sound leaving my throat.
- Go on a trip to ponder upon my new found wealth.
- You know, clear my head and not let the money make me make rash and unreasonable decisions.
- Save money to pay off my current and future tuition.
- Because the struggle is real out here! College is mad expensive, and when we leave, for the life of me, some of us cannot get a job- but this is a rant for another time.
- I would use about 10 percent to start investing in stocks.
- Investing I hear is always good, so I would actually take a chance and push my luck here.
- Buy my momma a house!
- Like all ’em rappers wish to do!
- And why not? She did give me life, after all, it’s the least I could do.
- Buy me a flat/loft too.
- I would be independent and do my own thing when I want to.Come and go as I please. Preferably somewhere cheap and warm, or just warm.
- Buy me a Jeep Wrangler
- Dream vehicle. Takes me through all types of weather.
- Travel the world!
- For a year because this is still a goal of mine! And blog too.
- Give 5 per cent to a charity/scholarship of my choice.
- Most likely an education charity/scholarship fund based in Jamaica or the Caribbean- It hard enough out here!
- 15 percent is to be saved as part of my rainy day fund.
- Because it cannot last forever. This my friends is a smart move.
- Whatever is left over goes into savings.
- Yes, because I never know what might happen!
- Find a bloody job because it can’t last forever. Now, can it?
- Besides, I don’t want to be that lazy person who had it all and then have nothing left when hard times come a knocking
- Plus, shxt ain’t free!
Does this make me a bit shallow? Maybe, IDK. But that is most likely what I’d do! At least that is what I have in mind right now.
Until next time…