My husband and I share the same vision. We love to see ourselves financially able in 10 to 15 years from now, and just enjoy our kids or perhaps grandchildren. Of course, we have already established that foundation that supports street children who do not have home and food for the night. It is our dream. We do not ask for gold and fame, but only what is enough for our family to enjoy and for others needing our help.
Thus, two years ago, I broke free from being tied up in the corporate world and followed what my heart desires – be with my boys. With husband only bringing food to our table, life has been hard. We made adjustments, and that includes our four children cooperating with the new system. While the head of the family works even beyond his usual 8 am to 6 pm, the mother takes care of the house and the boys and does a few writing gigs. The children, on the other hand, focus on their studies and help in the household chores.
Momi breaks free
I’ve found that true happiness can never be found in money. True happiness is a choice. If I wanted to be happy, I can choose to be happy whether I had the money or not.
– Don Soriano, Break Free