September marks the start of Christmas countdown in the Philippines. It’s the time of the year when you begin to hear Christmas songs at malls and over the radio. It’s a happy feeling, really. And, when you think about Christmas, you can’t help but think about decorations, gifts, sales and etc. All of which involves some kind of “shopping” and “spending”. But, did you know that Christmas shopping online has become the new norm in these day and age, when every minute is considered valuable? Below are 8 perks why you should consider Christmas shopping online for this year:
Planning a wedding can be stressful especially if you’re working on a limited budget. There’s so much you would like to achieve on that special day and if you’re not careful, your expenses will blow out of proportions, right before you know it. Check out the list below for it will surely help you cut down your wedding cost. I am a Y2017 bride-to-be. The indicated list and prices are based from Y2016 wedding cost in the Philippines.
Read away and remember to stick to your budget!
Travelling out of town and country has been a status quo, since the rise of social media. If you can’t travel, you’re not “in”. I was inspired to create this write-up, when a friend was recently caught in the middle of deciding whether she should book a an airfare ticket or not. I hope the list below will help you decide immediately too, the moment you see that airfare seat sale on your news feed. YES TO TRAVEL (If you’re ready)! Continue reading
I have an idealistic dream that one day every Filipino will walk the path of “financial freedom”. It means that every single one of us will be involved in long-term financial planning, which will help them, their family, and their family’s family. Let me help you re-assess your financial goals. Read and check the list below to know if all are well accounted for, as early as now. Continue reading
Here’s a rough guide on what to expect and how to enjoy London with a 100K Peso Budget. The content of this article is inspired by my recent trip to London last Christmas 2015. I hope this will help you plan your trip accordingly. Enjoy!
Note: There is a TIPS section at the bottom part of the article to help you in cutting down the costs further. If you can apply all the tips below, you may be lucky enough to cut down your expenses from 100K to 60K Pesos! Good luck and let me know if you did it! 🙂
It was June 2015 when I converted my E-PASS to RFID. To be honest, there’s not much of a difference between the two, except the fact that the sensor couldn’t be transferred to your other car. Why? It’s because the RFID are placed and sticked upon your car’s headlight, unlike your detachable E-Pass which is only placed inside your windshield. Yeap, quite inconvenient.
Here are some reminders that SLEX RFID Users should know in order to make sure that you’re being billed properly:
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