Can you start investing even while you're still a student? Watch the video to learn how.
Eek, it’s Payday Friday! Major roads turned to parking lots! Malls brimming to capacity! And oh no, your ATM is now one big dark empty hole! If this sounds like the story of your life every time your hard-earned sweldo comes in, then perhaps it’s time to detox your spending habits.
The truth was, I am not a simple person. And I don’t need nothing. When a brighter life means today might be darker day, one can rely on simple, little details to spark joy into one’s life.
This year, I am turning 30. More than kicking things off the bucket list or any dirty thirty laundry basket, I see this new decade as a life shift. How prepared am I money-wise? I honestly don't know for the future is not cast in stone. What I do know is that I've managed to reshape my relationship with money. And everything started with the decision to invest P5,000.
Traveling, while fun, can be very overwhelming and stressful (planning your wardrobe, making your checklist, deciding how many shoes or jackets to bring…the list goes on and is sure to cause several anxiety attacks!).
As fans of the digital world, the Brighter Life team pooled together several personal finance blogs that give you worthwhile reads to inspire you towards that dream, that goal, that life you desired for yourself.
Mom of two young boys and former magazine editor-in-chief, Frances shares the steps she took before plunging into the unpredictable and exciting life of freelance work from home.
The things we watch for entertainment affect our lives more than how we think it does. Simple concepts from our favorite TV shows can teach us things that transcend from reel life to real life lessons
The thing is, I'm not rich – at least not in the way that they think I'm rich. If you look into my bank account, you'll quickly realize that I'm not rich at all. There's not much in there. Here's the thing though: I do think I'm rich. There are days when I feel like Bill Frikkin' Gates.
During a talk with a friend in her late 30s, we touched on the topic about how most people born before 1985 hate the idea of taking photos of their food, their trips to the dentist, their every single move, while those born in 1985 and onwards are caught in this tangled realm of social media.