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Variable Life Insurance Philippines (VUL): Are They Perfect For You?

Variable Life Insurance Life insurance. Hm, who here cringes a little when they hear this popular financial product?  There's ...

1% Saving Challenge: Can You Take It?


Friday, February 05, 2016
Pinoys love complicating simple things.

If you want to lose weight, you've got to count your calories and try the Paleo diet, Vegan diet, Budget-tarian diet, and many more. You need to try pole-dancing, yoga, Zumba, Pilates and any other form of exercise. 

Forget about the simple concept of "eat less, exercise more".

If you want to alleviate the traffic in EDSA, you have to separate the private lane from the bus lane, implement odd-even number coding, put up a zip line, or ask Superman for a ride. 

Forget about the simple concept of "follow the darn rules." 

It's the same thing with saving money.

If you want to save more money, you need to try "Frugal Money Tips", count your centavos every day into a detailed spreadsheet, divide the amount of the item you want to buy by the amount you earn every hour at work and basically exert so much willpower and energy just so you can go and save money.

Forget about the simple concept of "pay the VIP (you) first and set up automatic fund transfers every month". 

EntrepZone Helping SMEs Move Forward


Monday, January 25, 2016
Wanting to start a business but don't know who to ask, what to do or where to ask help from? 

MANILA, January 25 – No one wants to read about failed businesses. Everyone wants to read about the next Henry Sy or Injap Sia, but most of the time, things don't work out as planned for the SME business owner.

Enter EntrepZone.com, an online marketplace for business owners looking for loans, investors, or other businesses to buy. It is mainly targeted at SME owners who want to sell their business and those who want to reach out to banks and financial institutions.


4 Super Simple Steps Every Parent Must Know To Plan For Their Children's College Fund TODAY


Wednesday, January 20, 2016
Every Filipino parent wants their children to attend a credible and great college when they grow up. 

But not every Filipino parent can afford it. 

If you're serious about building a College Fund, you must remember 4 things: 

- start early,
- set aside as much as you can regularly,
- beat inflation, and,
- PROTECT your education fund. 






Singapore 2015: Day 1 at Bedok, Singapore (Siglap Center)


Sunday, December 20, 2015
Travels are always fun, especially when they're with people you love. :)  

This December 20 to 22, my family and I were in Singapore to bond, enjoy a new culture and make amazing memories.

Our first fun memory of the trip?

My brother LJ thought that we would just spend the night in Cavite or Tagaytay so he wasn't prepared. Imagine our shock when he told us he just brought a change of clothes for one day only! 

Good thing Mama's always prepared. 


It was a morning flight so we weren't able to have breakfast at home. We bought arroz caldo and drinks at the airport instead. 

Tip: Bring your own water tumbler. This is what I did and I had no problem buying fruit juice and then just asking for free water for my tumbler. 

I love this tumbler. :)