Month: June 2015

Rane Panaligan’s Law of Leverage Book Review

When I got the invitation for Freedom Event early December last of 2014, I knew it was one of those occasion that I can’t just miss. I found myself looking forward for it like how I much I look forward for the New Year to start. The whole story about my experience during the said event was published weeks ago and if you want to check then here is the […]

I Want to Meet Mr. Clarity

Lately I’ve been very moody when it comes to the people around me. I am moody in the office especially if I know that there are a lot of things to do in a short period of time. I am moody at home and keep some blaming other people for my shortcomings. I am especially moody when it is a weekend and because I have to be at our store […]

How to Handle Bill Payments like a Boss

I admit how I sometimes forget to pay certain bills not because I don’t have money but because I forget that it is already the due date and/or I am too lazy to go to the bank and pay. (Considering that the bank is just an elevator ride away from our office.) I lack the system to help me remember better when to pay my bills. Again on my previous […]

The Three Financial Stages of Our Life

Pursuing our financial goals and wants differ as we pass through the three primary stages of our life. If you want to change your life today, then you need to plan as early as possible before another stage of your life ends. You need to be ready as you enter the workforce, marry the love of your life, start a family, invest in your own home and of course retire. […]

Saving Tips for Those who are Living from Paycheck to Paycheck

Living from paycheck to paycheck is not something new for an ordinary employee. I experienced this back in my previous job due to uncontrollable expenses. You’ll have your sweldo by 15th and by 28th or 29th you need your next paycheck already or else you have no means to provide for your expenses needs anymore. This experience had taught me valuable lessons that helped me to financially recover. On the […]

Time Management Tips for Pinoy Students

It’s been three years since I graduated in college and I sincerely miss being a student. I’ve found myself becoming nostalgic on student life. The student discount, the long summer breaks, the library and the being situated in a classroom filled with amazing friends/classmates. But I will be very honest. I am not a good student during my time. I struggle a lot in terms of managing my time and […]

SavingPinay May Quick Recap

And a new school year begins. I still can’t believe that it is already June!!! More than half of my personal and financial goals are still undone yet half of the year have already passed by. Today I’ll be sharing yet again my quick recap. I hope you are enjoying this installment for SavingsPinay. May has been a very busy month for me in terms of work. I also had […]

10 Things You Can Do in Your 20’s that will Change your Financial Life Completely!

If you remember last year I became open on how I have some 20-something panics. I became very worried on certain parts of my life. I guess this is about the whole “responsibilities” sinking in for I am now earning my own money and making some decisions that could possibly change my life in the future. But you know what I realized? The identity crisis, career issues, familial responsibility and […]

How To Get Through the Day

Last week I devoted a post on productive things that one can do on the weekends.(Read: What To Do On The Weekends) It was one of the most viewed post for May and I realized that far more than becoming financially independent, most of SavingsPinay Readers sees productivity as a major need too. And for this matter I will commit to one productivity each week probably Tuesday. Personally, managing time […]

How to Correctly Spend Your Money

Money is a strong resource for a man. It can buy a power, prestige and luxury. Unfortunately, money can also bring hatred, greed and dishonesty. That’s why learning how to correctly spend your money is important. You have to be equipped in how money works if you want to really develop your path to financial freedom.  The art of financial planning is not only centered on budget, savings, investment and […]