Are you serious about increasing your income, finding opportunities for your kids (without breaking the budget), and being ready for health emergencies? It’s time for us moms to reclaim our peace of mind and happiness, as we move up towards having Money For Life.
From knowing what kind of job to get to household budgeting, here are money-savvy tricks for every full time WAHM.
It is true when they say that having twins means everything comes in pairs: double the cheers, double the bills. So amid financial challenges, my family discovered three simple life hacks that made a huge difference in our budget.
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.
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!
The whole thing made me wonder how I would handle the situation as a parent. My son Sloan is only three years old, but given how he enjoys music (including, yes, One Direction songs), I imagine that he would also ask me to buy him concert tickets in the future. And I cannot imagine myself saying no outright.
The thing is, I’m not rich – at least not in the way that they think I’m rich. If you look into my bank account, you’ll quickly realize that I’m not rich at all. There’s not much in there. Here’s the thing though: I do think I’m rich. There are days when I feel like Bill Frikkin’ Gates.
Like most people on the planet, I’m not smart with money. I like to spend it. And the more money I spend, the more I like it, which isn’t always good. I’ve also loaned money to the wrong people, made dumb investments, and generally made money go up in smoke through no one’s fault but
Filipinos who love watching telenovelas are surely familiar with the following lines, which parents usually say to their child: “Anak, ikaw na lang ang pag-asa namin para sa magandang buhay.” “Mag-aral ka ng mabuti anak, para mai-ahon mo kami sa kahirapan.” “Ngayong may trabaho ka na, pwede ka nang tumulong sa mga gastusin dito sa
Halloween has become quite a highly anticipated event in the country. In the case of parents, it’s usually all about dressing up their kids in a fun costume when they go trick-or-treating for candies and chocolates. Not too keen on spending so much for a costume? There are four resources you can tap to find