Many people think that I am the only writer in family. I may be the factory of articles, but for creative writing, little do people know that it is hubby who has the flair with words. His first blog award just re-affirms my encouragement to him that he should write more as a Bacolod blogger.
It is natural for all of us to desire financial freedom. Money is a felt need of humans. But achieving financial freedom means living a life without having to work for a living and yet money comes pouring in. It is letting money work for you instead of you working for your money. But sadly, […]
In the financial education video entitled Cha-Ching produced by the insurance company PruLife UK encouraging people to save, the characters there needed a new speaker and some other equipment. These things are a need because they are a band and people no longer like their playing because of a busted speaker. They are no longer […]
Times are truly tough economically. Most people do not really experience an increase in income but there is a constant increase in expenditure. No wonder that there is difficulty in getting by and many things for the family are sacrificed. That is why the shrewd homemaker holds the family’s purse strings like a security guard. […]
This year had been pretty tough financially. Coming home from our family’s New Year vacation, I found out that I was pregnant with my second child. Though we wanted to have another one, we did not exactly plan it out this way so our little one really came as a surprise (actually, just like the […]
I have told hubby that starting April, it will be our savings month. We will intentionally cut down on our expenses and intentionally start saving up for our second baby. And yes, this is no April Fools’ Day joke–I am indeed with child, going 19 weeks this Wednesday. This was not expected so we were […]