I’ve been reading quite a few annual reports this year and I’ve decided why not put my personal expenses into a cash flow statement. I think now my brain is by default suited to read the language of money in comparison to Assets VS Liabilities, Revenue VS Gross Income VS Net Income and Operating/Investing/Financing activities. In fact, I just remembered that I was supposed to continue analyzing Christopher’s Chicken Rice stall and I left out the cash flow statement of his business!

Not cool, Miss Niao. Not cool.

Okay, I’ll make it up for it by blogging about my own cash flow statement then. I’ll reveal some numbers that are kinda satisfying and then if you’re interested enough, you can also try this activity out yourself. It’s almost like taking yourself as a business. Helps with knowing whether a business is awesome or not.

Also, I’ll only consider my expenses for …