It's called kakeibo, and here's how you can do it.
If one of your goals for this year is to have more money saved in your bank account (who doesn't want that, right?), then you might want to look into "kakeibo," which in Japanese means "household account book." It's
What to do when your budget takes you to the thrift shop.
The ukay-ukay is a treasure trove of unknown wonders-you never know what you're going to find. One day, it might all be everyday things and the next, show pieces for an event. The best part is you're always
The secret is simpler than you think.
There's one really big burning question that comes with life. No, not "Why are we here?"(though I wouldn't mind the answer to that one, too). It's: How can we lose weight and save money at the same time,
How important is it to have a safety net?
Saving up can be quite an ordeal, depending on what you're going to use it for. But building an emergency fund is another story. Let's hear from these millennial Pinays in different stages of their lives share how having an
And other challenges to try if you suck at saving.
In an episode of The Mindy Project, Mindy didn't want to deal with her finances because she didn't want to face the fact that the money she spent on her morning coffee and pastry could be going somewhere more worthwhile.
Pay in cash only.
A lot of us are on our knees until sweldo time and have zero savings and emergency funds. It's easy to say you need to spend less, but it's not as easy to apply for some of us. Here are
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