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"Puwede naman ako sa bayong, katsa bag, o sa eco bag!"
Luxury bags are a relatively polarizing topic. While some see branded handbags as high-priority investments, others might scratch their heads, incredulous as to why these goods are sometimes priced in the millions. Well, no matter your inclination, it's best to settle the
Make sure to stick to your budget.
Do you remember the feeling of getting your first sweldo? To be completely honest, when I got my first paycheck, it felt so rewarding. TBH, it wasn't that much, but still, it was nice to see the result of my hard work.
Be more smart with your finances and take your cue from these celebs!
With how uncertain our economy has been due to the pandemic, it’s high-time we take a good look at our money and how we’re spending it. Sure, the world of finance may be an intimidating terrain to navigate with all the technical
It's never too early to start saving up.
It's never too early to start saving up, even for college students. Aside from keeping our money inside our wallets (where we can see them and easily spend them), there's also the option of putting them in a bank. Over time, and
She also shares money-saving tips she has learned since she started working at age 12.
Many of us know that Anne Curtis started working at a very young age, having entered the industry when she was only 12 years old. Since then, we've seen her evolve as an actress and a host. In the recent years, she's also blossomed as an entrepreneur.
Here's how you can prevent spending beyond your means.
Are you struggling to set aside money every month? During Female Network's Usapang Pera session on Pinoy social app Calamansi, unit manager of SunLife Clarise Perez and unit manager of PruLife Michael San Roque shared some simple habits you can start practicing if you're having a hard time saving money. Check them
Here are a few things we learned.
Entering your twenties means assuming all sorts of responsibilities, one of which is financial independence. When you start to make money for yourself, it can feel exciting to be able to decide where your money goes and what you spend on using it.
No charms required!
There are several ways you can use feng shui to attract wealth into your life this 2021. But according to Feng Shui master Paul Tan Caoili, one simple yet important thing to do is to keep your surroundings clean. In an interview with Female Network, Paul explains, "as a Feng
Focus on quality over quantity.
There's nothing wrong with treating yourself every now and then. But if you're not mindful of your shopping habits, you could be draining your savings without you even noticing it. Here are a few habits to avoid so you can finally save more money this 2021: Planning to buy a
Shop smarter online.
With how much our online shopping habits have surged, it only makes sense to find ways to shop smarter—and we're not just talking about collecting discount vouchers.You've probably heard of the term "cashback" before. In case you haven't, it's a type of
Whether or not you have a revenge plan in place, you should heed these tips.
I'll preface this by saying that prior to watching Itaewon Class, I have a very different idea on what investments and financial priorities mean. I've always saved my hard-earned money for fashion pieces that I consider—yep, you guessed it—"smart investments." Of course,
Keeping track of your daily expenses is one habit you can start.
As fun as the holidays are, they also require quite a bit of spending (and even splurging), leaving some of us feeling a bit financially vulnerable. The good thing is the holidays are also a chance to start over, so even if
Get more bang for your buck!
Building a beauty routine on a budget can be quite the challenging task, but that doesn't mean it's an impossible one. With basic knowledge in math coupled with good decision making, you can always find a way around it. But just in
Thinking about making a big purchase? Here's what to keep in mind.
The end of the year is near and people are already planning how to spend their 13th-month pay and bonuses. With so many big purchases on the horizon, paying in installments can be tempting — you can buy the things you need (or
New year, new (financially responsible) me.
As 2019 comes to a close, here’s one thing you should add as one of your New Year resolutions that you can and should fulfill: investments. New year, new (financially responsible) me. With the New Year fast approaching, it might be time
She plays it smart when it comes to money matters!
Celebrities—they're just like us. They, too, need to think smart about money matters. Isabelle Daza-Semblat understands how tempting it is to impulsively buy a new pair of shoes or a new arm candy, but she also knows that being financially stable is
You read that right: No credit card needed
You can now book your last-minute travel plans or big 2020 adventures through Agoda without needing a credit card. As one of the world's fastest growing digital travel platforms, Agoda heard your pleas, which is why it's now easier for Filipinos to book
Do you feel like you're not financially free? Read on.
Financial freedom: That's what everybody wants. Whether you're a fresh grad or a few years into the wonderful world of employment, everyone just wants to have enough room to breathe. If you're not sure what financial freedom is, it's the feeling of
And more answers to your credit card FAQs.
The first time I was asked if I wanted to pay my credit card purchase in Philippine Peso or in Japanese Yen, the local currency of the country I was visiting then, I admit I did not know how to respond. That
Practical tips from the head of a financial technology company
We’re already a few days into 2019, so you’ve probably already read a bunch of articles about how you can be smarter and more responsible with your money for the year. Whether it's about which stocks performed best last year or money challenges you can