By Brighter Life Team
Whether you are freelancing or grinding in the corporate world, one of the motivations in working is to live a good life upon retirement. However, not everyone can fulfill their retirement dreams. We are here to help you follow a bright path.
Remembering the lessons we learned from our departed, and putting them into practice is the best way to honor them.
With the rising cost of living and longer life expectancies, millennials are at risk of working to survive way into old age.
Given the wealth of resources nowadays, it has become possible to build a more secure future starting with small investments and some understanding of how money works.
It's not as costly as you think
Many of us wish to step back and enjoy the good life in our senior years. This is why retirement planning is important.
So are you ready to go places this year? Make your travels more convenient and inspiring by doing some preparation way before you board that plane – believe me, some of these literally saved my sanity! For more practical notes while in wanderlust, you can revisit Tips for Brighter Travels (part 1)
Passing by the town of Carcar in Cebu, a young boy selling freshly cooked chicharon offered us his wares. As young travelers on a budget, two of us began haggling for the goods. After a few minutes, our other companion handed the boy our payment – in full price.
As I marked my 15 years in show business, I realized what has kept me afloat throughout the many ups and downs of life under the limelight. Aside from faith, I consider my craft as my true north as well as sanctuary. It allows me to inhabit different lives, to express creativity, and, at times, to contribute in making this world a better place.
Ready to be Rich’s Fitz Villafuerte on how chance favors the prepared mind and how it is helping him fund his parents’ retirement years.