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YouTube Content Creators Who Already Made Big Life Investments in Their 20s

From starting their own businesses to investing in real estate.
YouTube Content Creators Who Already Made Big Life Investments in Their 20s
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From starting their own businesses to investing in real estate.

Being in your twenties is when you get your first taste of adulting. You get your first paycheck, you start paying for your own bills, and basically begin your journey towards financial independence. It can be tricky to deal with money smartly, especially if it's something you've never done before when you used to just rely on your parents for these big-kid decisions. Admittedly, it's also tempting to spend your hard-earned cash on monthly online sales or temporary pleasure from things you don't necessarily need in life.

For these twenty-something content creators, however, they've allocated their earnings to investments they can make use of for a very long time. From starting their own businesses to investing in real estate, these five content creators are making money moves with big life investments:

Hazel Quing

At 23, Hazel got to save up around P2 million for her very first big invesment: a business venture called 11:11 which she took on with her mom. In 2021, she also has her first real estate investment when she bought a piece of land in Tagaytay.

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Toni Sia

Toni has always been self-sufficient ever since she graduated from college, but she took on a whole new level of independence when she decided to invest in her own place and move out from her parents' house.

Ry Velasco

In March 2021, 22-year-old content creator Ry Velasco got to buy her very first car with her own hard-earned money. Ry bought a BMW X1 and even shared the news in a vlog on her channel.

Rei Germar

ICYDK, Rei and boyfriend Migy Romulo started a business called By September. It's a local jewelry line that carries locally crafted abd handmade jewelry with the most #aesthetic designs.

Ashley Sandrine Yap

As someone who loves coffee and milk tea, it's a full-circle journey for Ashley Sandrine Yap to start her own business related to these two things. In 2020, Ashley shared the news of a special project she's worked on for months, and it's the milk tea and coffee store South End Brews which currently has one location in Taguig.

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*This story originally appeared on Candymag.com. Minor edits have been made by the Preview.ph editors.

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