Just recently, Wellington was again declared the most liveable city in the world. Like many Wellingtonians, I can’t help but to feel proud that I am actually living in a place that has grabbed such a title. I believe it is worthy of the accolade. This is the second year running that Wellington topped the global […]Read More Living in the Most Liveable City
It was in the middle of winter last year here in the Southern Hemisphere when the Bonifacio Family made a visit to our new home. My husband, Carlo, and I have been living in the new address for more than a year at that time. They actually brought in someone who just arrived from the […]Read More The Gifts of the Good-Hearted
Congratulations! You landed on your first job after your graduation or after a long series of job hunting. You might have been very excited to see your first paycheck. You might have also been pondering about your first purchase with your first salary and the rests that follow. You might also be someone who is […]Read More Simple Financial Tips for Young Earners
No one can underrate the importance of a family. It gives every member security and protection, endows love and care, and provides the foundation of values that mold the totality of each individual. They share the joy, the problems and responsibilities. Yes, every member can be a positive force to each other to lift one […]Read More Supporting OFW/OF Relatives: How Can Families Help?
Better life. This is the predominant reason why millions of Filipinos leave their families to work abroad. Yet, do some lives really become better? At first, they sign a two-year contract which becomes 5 years, then 10 years and so on. Others, however, are lucky enough to be adopted permanently in the new country, thus […]Read More How to Keep Filipino Migrant Workers From Falling into Financial Crisis
Minimalism is always associated with simple living and it is! However, some seem to be reluctant or scared to give it a try because of the idea promoted by some people that minimalism is living with only 10 or 20 or 50 items daily. It is not a bad way of practicing the philosophy […]Read More Choosing a Minimalist Lifestyle
I am a reasonable minimalist. And even before I stumbled upon the concept of minimalism a few years ago, I’ve already been basically tuned up to this idea a few years earlier than that. My personal concept of minimalism is a duplicate of the idea that less is more. This is strongly glued in my […]Read More Minimalism: What to Toss Away from Your Space