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!
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When I realized what was probably one of the most important skills in money, and in life, was being mindful, I began to be more careful of where my time, focus and resources went.
How do we make someone, ourselves or another, look forward to come home? Here are a few tips for a better and brighter home.
You only get married once in your lifetime, but you certainly do not want to burn a hole in your pocket just to exchange “I do’s”. Good news is, you don’t have to! Just like a business, a wedding should be taken from an income and expenditure mindset. How do you maximize your revenues while minimizing costs? Read to know more.
He taught me that money is great to have, but not for the reasons most people think. It’s nice to buy stuff, sure. But it’s great to have when you’re sick, or when someone you love needs help. You see, the love and admiration he gets from his family —– that’s where my dad is richest. Hopefully, some of his money smarts rubbed off on me.
I am now a proud investor and a proud millionaire. Mutual funds has not only given me confidence, it has given me wealth and the opportunity to make my long term goals come true.
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Beyond the box-office success of Starting Over Again is an insightful lesson in finances. Remember the sequence where Marco (Piolo Pascual) was talking to his fiancee, Patty (Iza Calzado), then a computation of his investment – which he used to open his dream restaurant – flashed on the screen? Is it something close to reality or is it just a case of movie magic? Here’s the deal.
Gone are the days of YOLO just for the heck of it. It’s the shedding of old habits to pave the way for life-changing events — getting married, cradling your newborn child, nurturing a home. With your own dependents comes the time to diversify your finances beyond the usual ATM and savings account.