Updated: December 28, 2018
It’s time for another year-end countdown and just like last year, we’re listing today the ten most viral blog posts for 2015.
These are the articles with the most shares and the highest reach as measured cumulatively on various social networks.
But before we proceed, let me first say THANK YOU for being with me this 2015, for sharing these articles, and for joining the advocacy on financial literacy.
Because of you, we have helped a lot of people achieve better finances –Â so congratulations for a job well done.
You may not know it, but I’m sure somewhere out there, someone’s life changed after reading one of the articles below that YOU shared on Facebook or Twitter.
So without further ado… let’s now do our countdown for this year.
Poverty is not about lack of money nor lack of time. Often, it’s about mismanaged money and wasted time. We start this year’s list with these seven reasons why people remain poor.
People don’t like talking about death, but in personal finance this is a necessity if don’t want to leave your loved ones with financial worries. On number nine, we discuss what happens to your investments when you kick the bucket.
Is it possible to become a millionaire with only several thousand pesos on hand? Yes, it is! And our number eight post shares what eight other people have done to accomplish this.
They say that experience is the best teacher. That is true, but I believe that the best teacher is the experience of others. Number seven gives you my money mistakes that I did during my 20s.
The journey towards financial freedom is long, and just like any adventure – there will be lulls and boring moments. Number six examines this particular phase of your financial life.
It’s been said that you are an average of the five people you spend the most time with. Number five gives you a list of people to avoid if you don’t want someone to pull down your average.
Most people will not think about preparing for their retirement during their 20s. Number four will try to convince you that it’s actually an excellent idea to do so.
On third place is a list of companies that you can buy if you want to do long-term investing in the stock market. If you’re confused which shares to buy in the market, then this article can help.
On second place is an article that gives advise on how to cope with, and then eventually quit a job that you hate. I know someone who followed the tips here, successfully left his job, and is now happily excited to start in his new chosen work.
AND OUR TOP BLOG POST GOES TO…
I attempted to reach out to more Pinoy millennials this year because they’re the generation that marks the beginning of our country’s demographic window, and I want them to be part of their growth.
I wrote this article as an inspirational letter, sprinkled it with life lessons and nostalgia, and dedicated it to the future leaders and builders of this nation. I’m glad that the post resonated and was generously shared among them.
Is you favorite blog post for 2015 included in the list? Which one is it? If not, then please share it below in the comments section because I’d like to know.
And if you’re wondering what were the top ten blog posts from the past, then you can visit the countdown articles that I’ve published before below.
Discover the best of the last three years:
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