Tips on Starting a Bakery Business in the Philippines

Published: March 29, 2017 | Business | 1 Comment

Bread is a staple food everywhere. In the Philippines, it is consumed as much as rice every day, especially during breakfast and merienda. Hence, starting a bakery business is a promising venture. And fortunately, it doesn’t require a lot of capital to put up your own panaderya in your local area. If you’re hoping to […]

Join this Money Management Seminar with Praxis Board Game Play

Updated: April 23, 2017 | Announcements, News and Events | 2 Comments

The journey towards financial freedom begins with learning about money management. It’s almost impossible to save and invest if you don’t know how to properly handle your cashflow. This is a problem, especially for millennials, who are now just starting in their financial journey. And the earlier you learn this lesson, the earlier you can […]

15 Best Neighborhoods in Metro Manila for Real Estate Investors

Published: March 24, 2017 | Guest Posts, Investing | No Comments

Looking for the best neighborhood in Metro Manila to settle in seems simple enough, even despite the many personal factors you have to consider. Knowing the neighborhood’s potential as a real estate investment is a whole other ballgame. If you keep aside personal factors such as family-friendly level, lifestyle, and work location, how can one […]

Steps to Starting a Water Refilling Station Business in the Philippines

Published: March 22, 2017 | Business | 2 Comments

One of the most popular types of business in the Philippines is a water refilling station. I’ve talked to several people and a handful of them want this kind of business. Indeed, the water refilling business is among the top ventures Pinoys choose today. And if you’re among those who’s been planning to put one […]

15 Quick Tips on How To Conserve Water at Home and Save Money

Published: March 19, 2017 | Money Saving Tips | No Comments

The United Nations has declared March 22 as World Water Day. And to be part of this annual celebration, I’m sharing today some tips on how to save water at home. It’s important to do water management and conservation because fresh water is not a free resource. And by learning how to save water, we […]

6 Ways To Do Retail Therapy Without Ruining Your Budget

Published: March 16, 2017 | Money Saving Tips, Personal Finance | 2 Comments

Retail therapy, otherwise known as shopping when you’re feeling down, is something that most people do. I can’t blame them because it actually works. Studies have shown that shopping can produce positive effects in a person’s mood. The psychological rewards of retail therapy can vary, but it is generally beneficial. Benefits of Doing Retail Therapy […]

10 Tips for Starting a Food Cart Business in the Philippines

Published: March 14, 2017 | Business | No Comments

Among all franchises in the Philippines, the food cart is probably the most popular. Aside from being affordable, finding your target market is relatively easier with a food business. There are many food cart businesses to choose from if you’re looking for a franchise. However, putting up your own food stall isn’t that complicated either. […]

How To Register a Trademark in the Philippines Intellectual Property Office

Updated: March 19, 2017 | Business | 1 Comment

Businesses should protect their intellectual property. This refers not only to keeping trade secrets safe and getting patents for inventions; but also towards applying or registering copyright or trademark for their logos and names. Trademark applications are currently being done with the Intellectual Property Office (IPO) of the Philippines. Their office address at present is […]

12 Alternative Investments To Consider If You’re Looking To Diversify Your Portfolio

Published: March 8, 2017 | Investing | 4 Comments

When it comes to investments, the stock market, mutual funds, bonds, and cash deposits are what most people first think about. However, if you’re looking for investment alternatives, what options do you have? If we’re in the U.S. or in a country with a mature financial market, then the list of alternative investments would be […]

On Challenges and Self-Motivation

Updated: March 7, 2017 | Guest Posts, Life Lessons | 2 Comments

When we were young, some of us fortunately received decent upbringings. When I say decent, I mean people who grew up well-sustained, whether emotionally, physically, mentally, spiritually, or financially. Unfortunately, many of us didn’t receive such privilege. Back then, we think we are too unlucky to experience challenges at an early age. What’s worse, some […]