Politics doesn’t interest you because you have no interest in changing a world that suits you so well.
Financial literacy does not equate that you’ll be rich, but wealth can be a by-product through time.
In just a few years that I spent living as an adult, here are some of the things that I find more enjoyable today than when I was younger.
This habit of payday celebrations is an obvious sign of people trapped in the rat race. They would work, wait for their salary, spend like crazy, and wait anxiously for the next payday when they can finally repeat it all over again — an endless cycle of wages and expenses.
We think we need many things, but in reality, some will add little to no value. So let us be more conscious of the things that we take inside our house.
Advising someone can be very tricky. There are so many things that need careful consideration before we give our two cents because we may be involved in the eventual results, be it favorable or not.
The debt of gratitude or “utang na loob” is one of the most difficult, if not impossible, debts to pay. One reason is that it does not necessarily have a monetary value or proper way of paying back.
We need relationships and inspiration, but most importantly, we need connections — genuine connections.
As I approach the 150 posts mark, I want to reshare the top posts during my first 100.
Here are four household appliances that I found essential and practical for every adult.