Being miles away from your family can be pretty tough. This is why OFWs work hard for their family to give them a brighter future. How can you make sure your family’s future is secure? Watch this to find out.
Whenever I see my son being generous to other kids with his food or toys, or confidently expressing himself, I like to think that our efforts are paying off: we’ve taught him about sharing, without making him feel deprived, and that his opinion is valued.
If you’re not yet where you want to be financially, don’t feel bad. What’s important is that you begin doing what can lead you there. And then keep at it. Keep in mind that every little step you take brings you closer to how you want things in your life to be, including your finances.
Going the DIY route is especially useful whenever my son’s birthday rolls around. This has really helped make the event memorable and special in its own simple way, even if we don’t throw huge parties. It has also been helpful with keeping my budget in check!
Does YOLO have an age limit? For those of us who are beyond the acceptable age of YOLO, what can it mean? Will it still involve heights, a huge price tag, adrenaline, and maybe a speeding vehicle or copious amounts of alcohol?
I realized that a career shift outside the comforts of home entails a lot of sacrifice on the lifestyle I was used to. So between lifestyle and a goal – which should I choose?
When payday comes, do you pay yourself first? In this excerpt from BAYAN SIKAT! book, we learn the value of taking care of yourself first and saving for your own future.
Christmas bonus is just around the corner. Oh but wait, before you start spending, you might want to consider these suggestions on how you can maximize the money you’ve worked so hard for the whole year.