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Here's how you can break the ice, according to Charm de Leon.
Q: I've been slowly trying to understand the way I spend money kasi 'di talaga ako nakaka-save up. Nagre-research ako online at nanunuod ng YouTube videos on personal finance. Parang gusto ko 'tong i-bring up
Here's a guide on spotting the signs and getting help.
This article features descriptions of financial abuse and economic abuse."Why didn't she leave sooner?" is a question that many people ask when someone is in an abusive relationship. The question reveals an overwhelming misunderstanding when it comes to domestic
Charm de Leon of Ready2Adult PH explains the types of insurance you need to know about.
It's no doubt that we are living in *special* times. We are living in the middle of a pandemic and tbh, no one really knows what could happen next. Not to sound all cheesy, but life truly is short. And
Shaine Hong describes how life has been like as a freshman at Korea University.
As an incoming freshman at Korea University, 20-year-old Pinay Shaine Hong had to fly out to South Korea in the middle of a pandemic to start her semester. Moving to another country during an ongoing health crisis is already difficult
'My career so far has not just been about becoming a better writer, but it's also a journey towards self-love and self-care.'
My Communication degree didn't groom me for a career in writing. I chanced upon a job listing posted by a friend in a Facebook group. It was a callout for someone who liked to tell stories for a travel and
Jim says he had the 'pressures of a boomer' who felt he should never leave his first job.
I don't know about you, but I'm still *struggling* with adulting at this point in my life, and it's nice when people who have been through it share their experiences and how they ~survived~! During an
By the time I was 29, I was juggling five extra writing jobs in total.
My relationship with money used to be hot and cold. My past attitude towards my finances is something many twentysomethings can relate to: I loved buying things for myself as a "reward" for my hard work, and I enjoyed the luxuries my
Heads up: The process involves a lot of waiting.
If you were to take a look at my wallet right now, the first things you'll see are my debit cards, some polaroid pics, a bit of cash, and my driver's license. Unlike other people, one thing I
Create a budget and actually stick to it.
Do you remember the feeling of getting your first sweldo? To be completely honest, when I got my first paycheck, it felt so rewarding. (cue "Good As Hell" by Lizzo) TBH, it wasn't that much, but still, it was nice
Investment consultant and financial coach Yani Moya shares what you should know.
At 25, I'd like to believe I'm not that bad with money, but at the same time, I'm not *totally* financially literate either. I've still got a long way to go, but I'
Here's what you need to know.
NGL, I only heard the term "neobank" a couple of months ago but a quick Google search reveals that they have been around for years. Here in the Philippines, we're seeing a shift to digital transactions, which TBH, is just
Here's what a motivational speaker has to say.
Growing up, when it came to a point where we had to make some *big decisions* in life-like what course to pursue or what kind of job to apply for-there were always those people who would say, "Follow your heart"
'I *love* organizing and it's such a game changer! It gets things done.'
Decluttering, organizing, and basically getting your life together isn't always easy. But hey, the good news is it can be done. Small actions can already go a long way (like plotting events on calendars and listing important to-dos on
They invest in employee success, career development, and equity and inclusion.
If you're looking to move up at work, consider yourself lucky if you're an employee for any of those in LinkedIn's Top Companies in the Philippines for 2021. The professional network came out with their list
And other questions these online courses will help you answer.
Do you still remember your first-ever job interview? For me, it was done at 3:00 p.m. on a Friday and the interviewer was one of the general managers of this retail store I applied at. I was a bit
'Along with freedom and independence, having your own space comes with a lot of responsibilities.'
At 21, right after college, I decided to move out of my parents' house. Initially, the decision was not just a matter of wanting my own space and being independent. One major factor was my commute to and from work. Since
A good reminder if you're going through the same thing with a friend.
Who are the people you consider your closest friends? How long have you known them? Are they the same people you promised to be #BFFs with when you were younger? If you're lucky, the answer is yes. But as we
Rise and shine, my bbs!
We all have our own set of resolutions, things we'd like to do improve on this year. Some want to eat better and exercise more, while others have specific career goals they're hoping to achieve. But there are
Whether you're standing, sitting, or walking.
When we spend most of your waking hours staring at a screen, the last thing on our minds is to keep a good posture. We tend to slouch or lean over when we're busy on our laptops. Hunched shoulders and
Borrowing money is a business transaction.
Over the weekend, Pia Wurtzbach and her sister's falling out went viral after Sarah fired off a series of Instagram stories. Several of the posts touched on money. Lending money is tricky, even more so when it involves friends and