Far beyond going from size XXL to XS, what amazed me about losing weight was the total change in my body and my mindset. A brighter lifer tells her transformation and journey to a brighter and better self.
Now on its second year, the #SINAG Financial Literacy Digital Journalism Awards recognizes bloggers who are helping Filipinos be financially responsible and educating them on the right habit and tools on their financial journey.
Join us in the different activities happening this Financial Independence Month of June!
As more Filipinos embark on their journey towards financial freedom, Sun Life launches a first-of-its-kind initiative to provide free, interactive, and always-available education on how to save and invest for the future.
Well, when the universe conspires, there’s always an interesting story that comes with it. Follow Tiffany’s latest journey to P120,000 here.
“As for my financial goal for the year-end, I think I am getting progress in finalizing things. And oh, I still need help with my Excel (spreadsheet?) skills to begin that numbers thing to see where my money goes on a monthly basis.” Follow Paul’s game plan for the Go 120 Money Challenge here.
“The change in habits, I would say, is the good news – a simple act that could pay off big time if done consistently. And hopefully I’d be able to keep it up, so there’d be more good news in the months to come.” Nina says it’s the little things that count when it comes to budgeting. Find out her journey here.
From a late holiday windfall to dealing with a spoiled sibling, find out the adventures of Nina, Tiffany, and Paul in their quest to save P120,000 by year-end. May the odds ever be in their favor!
What are the money lessons you learned from you parents? Brighter Life advocate Piolo Pascual shares his money smarts for a brighter future and how he’s passing them to his son Iñigo.
Whoever said the corporate world bears resemblance with being in (high) school is right. Back then, we learned the basics of accounting, electronics, a foreign language, etc. When I think of my job and what I do, I realize that the skills I’ve acquired are far more applicable to real life. Lots more useful, too.