• Diderot Effect and Why We Overspend

    Diderot Effect and Why We Overspend

    Have you ever experienced the feeling after buying a new pair of shoes that you suddenly urge to buy a new shirt or new pants to go with it?

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  • Be Careful Who You’re Friends With

    Be Careful Who You’re Friends With

    Similar to how rotten fruits, when placed beside fresh fruits, will certainly spread and rot the good bunch. That is why we need to be in the right social circles.

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  • Don’t Waste Your 20’s: 10 Things I Thank My Vicenarian Self

    Don’t Waste Your 20’s: 10 Things I Thank My Vicenarian Self

    To my fellow millennials, there are many things to learn and experience in life. But also remember to be very selective in them. Don’t follow the path that leads to failure and disappointment. 

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  • 5 Reasons Why You’re Probably Stressed With Your Investments

    5 Reasons Why You’re Probably Stressed With Your Investments

    If your investment stresses you out, there are many possible reasons. Here are five things that I think you need to reconsider with your investments.

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  • Sleep Calculator: Use this to wake up better

    Sleep Calculator: Use this to wake up better

    Sleeping can remind us that we did a good job today. It can also tell us that though our day sucked, we still have a new day, new opportunities to be better, and new blessings that God has in store tomorrow.

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  • Learning Never Stops. Especially After School.

    Learning Never Stops. Especially After School.

    Continuous learning is like entering through a door. Inside that door are many more doors pointing to different branches of knowledge. Opening another door will only reveal more doors. Learning never ends.

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  • Red Flags: How to know if you’re investing in a scam?

    Red Flags: How to know if you’re investing in a scam?

    Financial scams will continue to happen as long as people don’t know how to identify them. Money is a behavioral topic and does not require above-average intelligence to understand. However, as long as people have a faulty understanding of how money works, many will continuously fall victim to scams.

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  • I’m maintaining a gratitude journal this year. Here’s what I learned so far.

    I’m maintaining a gratitude journal this year. Here’s what I learned so far.

    My gratitude journal rule is simple. I just need to write at least three things that I am thankful for, but I have to think of non-regular happenings, so I’ll have to look back at what happened during the day.

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  • 12 Fundamental Money Lessons From The Bible

    12 Fundamental Money Lessons From The Bible

    Aside from the vital spiritual guidance that the Bible’s vast array of books teaches, it also gives practical lessons, including handling money.

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  • 4 Practical Filipino Social Media Personalities I Follow For Personal Finance

    4 Practical Filipino Social Media Personalities I Follow For Personal Finance

    Social media can be a very toxic and polarizing place. Still, if used correctly, it can connect people, families, and friends. In other times it can also be a way to learn more about different things.

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