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How are Filipinos spending and saving money?
Think of the last expensive thing you bought. Whether it's a meal, a new pair of shoes, or a small fortune's worth of BTS merch-and try, if you can, to ask yourself whether or not your parents
He and Megan talk about rakets in their latest podcast.
We already know that when it comes to money, Megan Young and Mikael Daez already have a system that works: The couple has separate bank accounts and every single expense comes from Mikael's. They do this because it's
What kind of reward system works for you?
Q: I want to be more committed to saving money, kaso every time dumadating yung paycheck ko, I always feel like "treating myself." Lagi kong iniisip, "deserve ko 'to." And then before I know it, halos wala na kong malagay sa
'We know we will all get ~there~ anyway, so why not prepare earlier kung kaya?'
Whether we like it or not, we all know that eventually, we are bound to leave this earth. While some of us are still low-key afraid to prepare for our own (or even our family's) passing, one Pinay is
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
We asked Charm de Leon of Ready2Adult PH for some advice.
Q: Hindi ma-gets ng family ko if hesitant akong magpautang. Some of my friends also get annoyed when I say na wala sa budget ko yung gusto nilang gawin. I'm really trying to save money. It's hard &#
Saying no to budol once and for all!
When I was asked if I could do this challenge, I was literally in the middle of curating my online shopping cart of bawas-init wardrobe. I basically had the same bralette, but in different colors. These days, people say dressing up
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
From asking them to pay back the cash you lent them to opening up about salaries.
We've all been in situations where someone doesn't feel like paying their share of the bill, or maybe you're the one who finds their friends splashing out carelessly, and you feel left behind? Whatever the money-
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'
'Getting my first insurance was 11 years in the making.'
Getting my first insurance was 11 years in the making. For most people, it's usually easy. Some may even be able to get more than one insurance for themselves. While others can afford to travel, go to big schools, and
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
Charm de Leon of Ready2Adult PH breaks it down for you.
Back in high school, I made a little money from taking the senior portraits of my batchmates and because of how ~successful~ it was (for a student, lol), I became curious about businesses. I took an entrepreneurship class-without understanding much of
These Pinays get real about having a passbook savings account.
The first time I ever really heard about passbook accounts was when my officemate said she was going to go to the bank during our lunch break and I saw her carrying what looked like a passport. I asked, "Bakit dala mo
'Having a ~*quota*~ keeps me from overspending and from buying too many items.'
Even before the start of the quarantine, I'm sure many of us-if not, all of us-have experienced the act of budol at least once. Whether it's your friends convincing you to buy that trendy item they
Are you currently in an LDR, too?
Whether you were already in a long-distance relationship before the pandemic or COVID-19 forced you and your partner apart for longer than expected, there's a possibility that navigating a relationship has been trickier these days-in every sense