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♥ #MoneyBliss : How to Diversify your Investments?

To say that my February is a busy month is an understatement. Work, especially the untargeted ones demanded my sweat and blood! Oh, anyway, it’s almost over! And, I’m still alive! (P.S. As of this writing two of my colleagues in their 40s and 50s are confined in hospitals due to hypertension. We figure it’s…… Continue reading ♥ #MoneyBliss : How to Diversify your Investments?

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♥ #MoneyBliss : Money Mistakes I Vow to Correct This Year ♥

It’s been a while since I last posted about #MoneyBliss. Well, financial life hasn’t been a bliss last year. As I admitted here on my blog, 2017 was an expensive year for me and my family. Thankfully, we’ve managed to weather the financial storms and we’re okay still. But, I’m not the type who gets…… Continue reading ♥ #MoneyBliss : Money Mistakes I Vow to Correct This Year ♥

#inmy30s · Blissful Finds · Finance / Money Matters · Money Bliss · personal · Project: Big Life

♥ Thank you for reading my #MoneyBliss posts! ♥

Surprisingly, my Top Posts (look at the right widgets if you’re using a desktop, look at the bottom widgets if you’re using mobile) are mostly about my #MoneyBliss posts. The two posts which are consistently being on the Top List or most clicked/read are the ones I wrote about “Maximizing PAG-IBIG Fund Membership”, which by…… Continue reading ♥ Thank you for reading my #MoneyBliss posts! ♥

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♥ #MoneyBliss Tips for Credit Card Use ♥

I have been in a serious battle the past few months – a real serious battle, that is with my credit card bills! It started when I was spending my maternity leave and had nothing much to do except for caring of my newborn, waiting for my stitches to heal and surfing the Internet, especially…… Continue reading ♥ #MoneyBliss Tips for Credit Card Use ♥

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♥ Lessons Learned in Selling Pre-loved Stuff Online ♥

Months ago, I set-up an online store for my pre-loved stuff. I was able to sell a handful of items. However, I did not gain much in terms of money. Why? Because I did not research beforehand the shipping rates! The shipping costs ate up the proceeds of my sales. Anyway, even if I did…… Continue reading ♥ Lessons Learned in Selling Pre-loved Stuff Online ♥

#Exapansion2017 · #inmy30s · Blissful Tales · Finance / Money Matters · Money Bliss · personal

♥ Selling Pre-loved Stuff Online? ♥

During my sixty days of maternity leave, I decided to organize and purge my excess stuff as much as I could while nursing my CS wound. However, my CS wound did not allow me to lift heavy things, reach up to the cabinets and dig into my closets so I settled into organizing and purging…… Continue reading ♥ Selling Pre-loved Stuff Online? ♥

Beauty/Health Bliss · Blissful Finds · Money Bliss

♥ Most Affordable Health Cards in the Philippines ♥

Due to feedbacks and queries I’ve been getting regarding the Health Cards in my previous post which was more centered in my gratitude list, I’ve decided to just create a separate post which would only tackle the most affordable health cards in the Philippines. First of all, let me clarify that the health cards in…… Continue reading ♥ Most Affordable Health Cards in the Philippines ♥

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♥ #MoneyBliss :Free Seminars in Manila for MSMES at PTTC ♥

Financial literacy has finally reached the consciousness of many Filipinos now, especially the working class. (How I long for the day when it reaches even those living beyond the poverty line!) Thank you to personal bloggers turned financial advisors who persisted in spreading awareness and awakening others’ desires for financial independence, book authors and publishers…… Continue reading ♥ #MoneyBliss :Free Seminars in Manila for MSMES at PTTC ♥

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♥ #MoneyBliss : How to Prepare for Retirement? ♥

  First, what is retirement? Retirement is (the point in life) where a person stops employment (under an employer) completely. Often times it becomes mandatory at the age of 60 to 65. (credits to Wikipedia) . How do people prepare for retirement? Different people prepare for their retirement differently. . 1. Some rely on the social…… Continue reading ♥ #MoneyBliss : How to Prepare for Retirement? ♥