If you are born during 80’s to early 2000’s, you are a millennial or part of the so called GEN Y. Most people think that millennials are financially irresponsible because our generation are those people who love spending money on … Continue reading
Naalala ko yung part ng book ni Coach Chinkee Tan, na mas madali pa mag-ipon ng taba “bilbil” kesa sa pera. Aruy! Di ba? Funny but true naman. Minsan, sobrang excited na tayo mag-save pero patapos na yung month, hindi … Continue reading
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
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)
Every woman’s favorite word:
Aminin mga mommies, kapag red tag nanlalaki na ang mata natin. Samahan pa ng 70% off sign. (haha!)
Being a mother requires a lot of sacrifices. I can say it is indeed the toughest job in the world.
I am a career oriented person, people often labeled me “workaholic” and “raketera” before.
I also did not have any plans on giving up our small business that time, until my little one arrives and everything changed.
Almost everyone I know, experienced financial crisis and stress in some point of their lives. Lost their job, business failure, investment scam, debts and a lot more.