How To Save?

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How to save?

The question might be so easy and we can come up with hundred of answers but in reality it is easier said than done. I came to Dubai 10 years ago and someone would think that I may have saved a fortune considering the number of years I’ve been into this country. But honestly, me and my husband had only started saving probably 4 years ago and had been fiercely saving around 2 years ago. Fiercely means we have been saving almost 40% of our combined total income recently. We can save more but we want to be realistic and allocate some amount for shopping/dining out and emergency expenses. Balance baby. Continue reading How To Save?

Stop Procrastinating!


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Ahh, I am procrastinating and I need inspiration. I’m supposed to launch my jewellery business in March but because of several personal and professional issues, it has been delayed. There are still some lose ends I need to tie, some write-up that needs to polish, and several small things here and there. But last night I realized that I can never be 100% ready. I always find things to do and that causes more delay so I decided I will launch it by mid of May, by hook or by crook. It doesn’t matter what stage I am that time but I will just open my social media pages to the public and start my advertising plan. One thing I just have to ensure is that my photos are great. Since I don’t have a brick and mortal store I have to make sure that my clients can see the finery and beauty of my jewellery pieces. Continue reading Stop Procrastinating!

Tales of an OFW

Ahhh, tales of an OFW. For sure, all Filipinos abroad had their own tales of living outside their beloved Philippines. I want to share some of my recent expriences when I went home a few weeks ago.

As an Overseas Filipino Worker, we are required to obtain an OEC everytime we leave our country. It doesn’t matter if you are just going home for a day or two. Or you were in the Philippines just a few weeks ago. No one is spared. Continue reading Tales of an OFW