Last April, I wrote about an article about my upcoming Good House Keeping Magazine feature on the Money Makeover section. I received an email from one of the writers of the said magazine inviting me to share my expertise in the field of finance and money management. She gave me a series of questions by email and I answered it to the best that I could.
Today is the month of July and I was so excited to buy the magazine as this would be my first time to get featured in a magazine. I visited their local website to see how the July issue would look like.
I saw Jinkee Pacquiao in the main cover.
After our work, I hurried to a National Book Store in Shangrila Mall but unfortunately, they still don’t have the copy. I went down to Rustan’s Supermarket below and hurried to their magazine section but unfortunately, likewise, they still don’t have the copy yet of the July issue. I went to a Book Sale bookstore in Crossing United and after searching, voila, I found it!
I initially browsed it into the Money Makeover Section where I was featured.
I was flattered when my name was in line with high profile people such as Citibank’s Vice President for Consumer Education and Citicorp Financial Services and Insurance Brokerage Head of Portfolio Strategy as financial experts.
This blog Millionaire Acts was also mentioned.
There are 4 reader concerns: Starting a Nest Egg, A Dream Home, Getting Ready For the Golden Years, and Attaining Financial Freedom.
And there you go with my complete name Tyrone Charles O. Solee.
And then later on, we were referred by our initials. In my case, it was TCS
That’s it for now. Buy your own copies. 🙂
Many thanks to Good House Keeping for featuring me. Thanks a lot fellow Atenean Katrina Tan for this opportunity. I’m happy I was able to help your readers.
P.S. I would be featured again in the upcoming September and October issues of Good House Keeping Magazine. In the September issue, the focus will be managing funds in work life, home life and family life. In the October issue, the focus will be preparing for retirement at the age of 20s, 30s, 40s, and 50s. 🙂
UPDATE: Here is my feature at September 2009 Good House Keeping Magazine.