Being a “frugal” or “tipid” mommy, this is really the aim of this blog, to share tips, discoveries about “money matters” to help more moms and Filipino Families… Also, to keep our family accountable as we pray and strive to live a life debt-free and within our means.
This quote “when you are a mother, you think twice before deciding about something, one for yourself and one for your child” is so true..
That’s why I can relate to women who had career shift after being a mom. Kahit kasi ako, nung naging nanay ako, nag-iba yung mga goals ko and isa sa mga big decisions namin ay ang pag sara ng shops namin that time so I can be a full time mom to my son.
Fast forward, its been 5 years already, and I know I also need to level up my learnings and knowledge, I agree that we, women and moms should never stop learning something new. I think very important sya sa work-at-home-moms and business owners to always adapt to the changes, upgrade our skills especially now na mabilis mag-bago ang technology.
In our country, when we hear about life insurance, we easily get turned off. I am thankful that we met caring financial advisors, whom we felt were really concerned about our family more than their sales commission. And I am … Continue reading →
My son saw “Disneyland” on youtube months ago and since then, he keeps on asking me when are we going to Disneyland. And even while he was still a baby, it was already one of my desires as a parent … Continue reading →
Every house wife or mom’s wish is “me-time”. Yung time para makapag-rest, yung walang toddler na sunod ng sunod sayo, saglit na time na maka- inhale exhale. I know most of us moms can relate to that. Sabi nga ng … Continue reading →
Being a freelancer and a small biz owner, our cash flow is inconsistent, so during the “harvest season” or months of good accounts and projects, we made sure that building our “emergency fund or opportunity fund” is part of our … Continue reading →
Mommies, alam ko halos lahat tayo ay may mga #ipongoals this year. Pero hindi mo ba alam paano makakapag-start.. or paano magtutuloy tuloy mag-save ng pera.. Yung makatapos ka talaga this year ng 52-week money challenge.
Sabi nga ni Coach Chinkee, mas madali pa mag-ipon ng taba kesa sa pera. Agree ba kayo mommies? (hehe)
According to Standard and Poor survey’s last 2015, only 25% of Filipinos are financially literate. This would equate to approximately 75 million people who have no idea of financial concepts such as inflation, risk diversification, insurance, compound interest or let alone the idea of having a savings account.