Bucket lists tend to be about doing spectacular, daring feats: skydiving or seeing the Pyramids. While having such goals are good, why not try to create a list that will have a longer lasting positive impact on your life?
From knowing what kind of job to get to household budgeting, here are money-savvy tricks for every full time WAHM.
From the moment your first child comes kicking and screaming into the world, a weird thing happens: you become preoccupied with saving. Shortly after you cut the umbilical cord, you're possessed with this urge to stash barrels of money away, into the earth, or into a vault encoded to your baby's retina.
How do we make someone, ourselves or another, look forward to coming home? Here are a few tips for a better and brighter home.
The best way to teach our children about money is to set a good example.
As your child accumulates money on his own, start asking questions like: "What would you like to do with all the money you saved?"
Good money habits can take a long time to form but money experts agree that the earlier we teach our kids about money, the better it is for their own future.
A father shares tips on Investing time in his child’s physical activity that can lead to a healthier kid and a wealthier parent.
In just a matter of days, we’ll be saying goodbye to the first month of the new year. And yet, your desk still screams of last year with all the clutter of the past still lying around. If you haven’t cleaned up your workspace until now, then it’s time to put Project Declutter into action.
An OFW’s family’s life is like a peso bonanza when Papa’s remittance would be deposited in Mama’s passbook account. In the span of three months, we changed our old CRT TV into a state of the art LCD TV, my brother and I bought a van for the family and our family each had new mobile phones.