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Dindin Starts Her Own Business

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fish cracker business
Dindin’s first business–selling fish crackers.

I remember last year that I thought of giving Dindin a wallet. But hubby said jokingly that it might teach her to put money there to spend. So we thought about the cash register because that would place her as a businesswoman like her grandmother. After all, she sees her grandma behind the cash register everyday. So we thought that would condition her mind to do business rather than just be a shopper.

Not sure if that really has an effect but well, there is really no harm, right?

Anyway, yesterday, when we went to my parents’ house in Tangub, we passed by a neighbor’s store that was selling fish crackers in wholesale packages. We thought of buying a kilo and repacking it in order to teach Dindin about having a business.

This morning, Dindin started selling already. She was shy to those she did not know, but well, that is okay. She sold some packs and is happy. At least now, she is calling herself a “businesswoman” and a “business expert”. Cool. I explain to her the sales, profit, the loan that she has to repay for her capital, and debt. haha The problem was, she got sad when nobody was buying. LOL She wanted a fast-selling business. LOL

When I told her that she has to repay me for her loan, she said, “What? Repay the loan? That’s so funny.” LOL

This is not really something serious. But at least, Dindin just played the part of a businesswoman and she played it well. She might not understand everything, but at least, it’s training her early.

Well, great things start from small beginnings, right?

fish cracker business
Dindin pretends to write down those who got fish crackers on credit. Thankfully, our sales people downstairs were very supportive of Dindin’s first venture. LOL

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Loving Mama

Sigrid - Bacolod Blogger
Sigrid is a work at home mom and Bacolod blogger who tries to juggle taking care of the kids, homeschooling in Bacolod, covering events, designing, writing, and blogging. After finishing her degree in Mass Communications from the University of St. La Salle, she went on to become a news reporter/writer for a local daily and eventually pursued a career in advertising as a copywriter and graphics designer. After her stint in the corporate world, she became a freelance writer, contributing to national and international publications covering a variety of topics. She was a contributing food writer to COOK Magazine before she became a food and mommy blogger. She blogs at:
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10 Comments

  1. The Camera Bug says:

    Mayo pa si dindin. At least early on, she’s exposed na to it. 🙂 Go dindin!

    1. Loving Mama says:

      hahaha

  2. pepay says:

    pwde ka buy din? hehehe… nice kay at a young age may idea na siya of retail…hehehe…

    1. Loving Mama says:

      yeah, a different play experience a 😀

  3. pynky says:

    how much ang fish cracker, Din? i’ll buy it all … so u won’t be sad..hahaha

    1. Loving Mama says:

      hahaha ubuson na lang ya bala haw. 😀 pilitay man di sila sa dalum. isa ka tindera ga pilit sa iban. LOL

  4. Very good! Very young entrepreneur 🙂 that’s a great way to teach kids about the value of money

  5. Mauie says:

    What a cute little businesswoman! Seryoso sya sa listahan ng utang ha, hahaha!

    1. Loving Mama says:

      Oh definitely! She would not even “release” the fish crackers without the “cash” LOL

  6. Impressive! 🙂 I also want my kids to learn how to value money and have an entrepreneur’s mind, except I don’t have an idea myself. LOL :)) I seriously need tips from your little girl! 😛

    LOL @ repaying debt to be funny, I think that every time I see our credit card bill.. LOL 😀

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