This is my Pag-IBIG MP2 application story. For the full process please check out Pag-IBIG’s website. My BF and I were deciding whether we will just apply online or visit the branch in person.
I am happy to end 2020 achieving my end of year net worth goal ❤ Quick blog here because I’m making the most of my vacation and it’s Monday already tomorrow arghhh. These net worth
Want to start your financial journey this 2021 but don’t know how? Here are 6 easy habits to start your financial journey. 1. Track income and expenses Tracking income and expenses is one of
The New Year is near and I can’t wait for 2020 to end! Establishing SMART goals for the next year is important for me to track my progress towards my ultimate goal – to be financially free.
Today I reached my 2020 Net Worth Goal which is P200,000. The increase partly comes from paper gains in my stock market portfolio because the market has been doing good this month. Also, I received
Update: I originally published this blog post on 11/23/2020 thinking that I will not have any major purchases anymore but on 12/16/2020, I bought a new phone so here’s an updated list 🙂
I don’t know where exactly I got this idea of the fun fund but I’ve always had this category ever since I religiously started budgeting. I’ve always had it because I’m a spender. I love
In the wake of the 4 strong typhoons that hit the Philippines (one just about to leave but still tailing heavy rains), people are left homeless and hungry. It is our duty and responsibility to HELP
I never knew NFG before I read this book but I am glad I stumbled upon her on Instagram. The outline of How To YOLO Wisely is the typical beginner’s guide to personal finance books. She tells you
I am 5k away from my end of year net worth goal. However, I am having a bit of a dilemma with the numbers. I am saving up for a new phone and the money I have saved up for this purpose is included in