5 Things I Learned During Quarantine

It was a debate to write about this topic because experiencing this pandemic is equally different and difficult at the same time, and everyone of us are coping with the situation as best as we can and hoping that we would be returning to normal sooner. I also didn’t want to write something that would be…

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Currently: Quarantine Edition

I think I’m actually a little bit late writing this as it has been weeks since the lockdown was implemented for most countries; ours has been even partially eased and most essential establishments and even hotel private beaches and parks have been reopened by now. But since we’re dawned by having too much time on…

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6 Make-Up Products To Add in Your Wishlist

I love make-up and cosmetics as much as the next person but I’m just not financially-blessed at this stage of my life to be hoarding on all the good things as frequent as I would’ve wanted to. This is the main reason why I have taken a more minimalistic approach to owning make-up products —…

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12 Months of Habit Project

They say you need to invest a substantial amount of time in order to build a lasting habit. Studies have recommended different amounts of time for building habits to be effective, so we’re not going to dive deeper into the specifics, or the golden number. Regardless, it is established that as the saying goes, nothing…

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6 Lessons To Help You Start Working Out

It would be an understatement to stay that I never really imagined myself writing about working out, at all. Ask my sister and my boyfriend about it and they’ll tell you all accounts of me protesting about going to the gym before. I would quite literally come up with tons of excuses – anywhere from…

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8 Easy Ways to Save Money on Food

When I started taking care of my own expenses, I’ve learned how saving money on food is such a valuable skill to hone. I realized early on how majority of my expenses are being spent on food. In most cases, it is unnecessary food items like excessive snacks and too many delivery/takeouts than I can…

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6 Steps to Unlearn Jealousy

Unlearning jealousy is not an easy feat. Not that it is inherently bad to be jealous but excessiveness of it is sometimes not healthy anymore. Let me help you with my ways to cope with it.

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4 Financial Mistakes I’ve Done

As if I haven’t done it previously before, it is a love and hate task for me to write about the more embarrassing parts of myself (i.e. read here my bad habits I’m working on). I feel very vulnerable but writing about them has been therapeutic at the same time; it’s like doing a PSA…

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13 Beginner’s Guide to Spending Less and Saving More

Saving money gets a bit trickier as we get older. Here’s some of my personal tips in getting started with it.

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