January went by in a flash! We cross over to February with inspiration from five female supersavers who were able to fund their retirements by working on their own formulas to slowlybuild their wealth. The methods may be different per person but the goal is the same = happy retirement. This article supports my previous […]

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If you are ever in Banaue, don’t miss out visiting Hiwang Native House Inn. Owned by an Ifugao local, Noel Balenga – whom I’ve featured last month – this compound on the hill located four kilometres away from the center provides, in my opinion, the best view of Banaue. It is also the perfect nostalgic place […]

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When in the Philippine highlands, you would always always come across terraced mountains and hills anywhere you go. Banaue Rice Terraces became famous because of its  sizes compared to the rest. But there is another place where you can marvel at towering terraces. After watching the cultural performance, walking or riding towards the various view points, […]

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Hey Gals and Gents! It’s a great month to start budgeting for the year. And while we’re planning for the following months, we are already tracking our income and expenses for the current month. Some would say, “leave that to the accountants” but hey, we all manage our finances on a daily basis. Don’t you want […]

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Banaue. The name itself conjures thoughts of a remote ethnic town in a mountainous region. In reality, this famed municipality in the province of Ifugao has long been recognized inside and outside of the country. Its towering rice terraces, that seem perpetually green, entrances visitors to stay and explore. I have long been wanting to visit […]

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I still greet you with a cheerful Monday despite the following sad story. Thirteen years ago, we lost our mom to cancer. She died at the young age of 46 years old. We never thought something would happen really early in our lives but it did. How do you deal with grief when you lose […]

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