Year: 2015

SavingsPinay September Quick Recap

I still can’t believe that September is over. We are almost near the start of a new year. It makes me nervous and excited at the same time ending the current year and looking forward for 2016.  Today’s post is my Monthly Quick Recap about SavingsPinay. I was able to publish fewer blog posts and I am so sorry for missing blogging on a daily basis. I know saying “busy” […]

Why an Emergency Fund Should be in Your 2015 Must-Haves And 6 Ways to Build One

I consider building an emergency fund as one of the most important foundation of financial success.  Once unforeseen expenses arise, your emergency fund can cover the expenses. Thus, you won’t have any difficulty finding ways to get out of the emergency situation. Your emergency fund must be a reliable source. It must be stored in a place where you can easily withdraw or pull-out but still secured enough for you to […]

I’m Just 21 Do I Seriously Need a Life Plan?

August has been an okey kind of month for me. You can read more of what happened to me last month in my other blog post entitled Goodbye August, Hello September.    One big move for me will most probably be getting a life plan through St. Peter. Read: St. Peter Life Plan: Is it Worth the Investment.      “I’m just 21, do I seriously need a life plan?”   […]

More Proven Ways You Can Diversify Your Income

I’ve been a long believer that one should never be satisfied with just one source of income. So I learned to work my butt off just to earn a living at a young age. Read: My Life, My Job, My Career and the 6 Success Tips that Helped Me).  I realized how much of a blessing it is that God provided me with means to diversify my income. He gave […]

SavingsPinay’s August Quick Recap + Join Our Facebook Forum Group!!!

Just Search: SavingsPinay   I skipped not just one but two SavingsPinay Quick Recap. I’m so sorry for I got too busy working as a freelance content writer by night and weekends. I tried to balance everything but somehow there is something that will really suffer.   So to cut the long story/explanation short, I decided to limit my freelance writing gigs to just 3 clients and still do event […]

Managing Your Money: A Beginner’s Guide

A struggle that most of us can relate to is how hard it is to manage our money. You may come to this blog of mine to find answers and inspirations about financial management but to tell you honestly, it is still something that I’ve been struggling to perfect. It takes time and financial discipline to actually be good in money. And as always, the hardest part is the beginning.  […]

Investment Options You Can Try With Your Bank

Last week I shared to you the many advantages of getting an online bank account. You can read the post HERE. Thank you for the positive feedback from all SavingsPinay readers. I am really happy to have shared a valuable information to everyone. Now to keep up with all these “valuable information,” I decided to give you Investment Options You Can Try With Your Bank. I know how most of […]

My 9 No-Fail Activities For a Better Work Day

I salute all women who are career oriented. I have my high regards on their will to work and earn a living on their own. But I know too for a fact how excruciating it is to balance career and personal life. So to all the Juana out there, here are My 9 No-Fail Activities For a Better Work Day that will make you feel better. 1. Have a Morning Routine Before […]

My Tagaytay 2D, 1N Itinerary + Expenses

Hi everyone!!! I blogged about My Tagaytay Travel Diary in IzzaGlino so if you want to know more about what happened during the 2 days and 1 night trip please go to my other blog.  Here at SavingsPinay I will be sharing how our itinerary turned out to be as well as the how much the cost of the trip. I hope this could inspire you to relax and have […]