Budgeting & Saving

  • Erwanne for Security Bank

    Hey lookie! Anne Curtis switched banks! From PSBank, she now endorses Security Bank. Read more…

  • Quick Thoughts on Fudget

    I once tracked my income and spending through a very old-school pen and paper method. I liked the whole exercise of jotting down every single one of my expenses because it made me accountable for my spending and my OC self liked seeing my expenses on a daily basis (it was sort of like a […] Read more…

Debt Management

  • Quick Thoughts on Fudget

    I once tracked my income and spending through a very old-school pen and paper method. I liked the whole exercise of jotting down every single one of my expenses because it made me accountable for my spending and my OC self liked seeing my expenses on a daily basis (it was sort of like a […] Read more…

  • FundKo: Peer to Peer Lending

    I’ve been seeing FundKo’s ads all over my Facebook feed and I have to admit that they are very catchy, particularly the one with the girl in the snazzy trenchcoat. FundKo is peer to peer lending, with Fundko acting as the conduit between investor/lender and borrower. After registering in Fundko’s site, you will then have […] Read more…

Financial Literacy

  • Election Day Ramblings

    It saddens me that I don’t write for this blog as frequent as I used to. The culprit is yoga. I used to block off my Saturday mornings for developing and writing blogposts, thus, I was able to churn out a least two posts a month. But now Saturday mornings are for yoga and I […] Read more…

  • Moneygment App: A Quick Overview

    I regularly get feature requests through email and I respond only to those that address me by name (It’s Jill, btw. Not “Hello,” or “Hi,”). And of those that I respond to, I turn down about 99% because I have long decided not to do sponsored posts or link exchanges to make my life easier. […] Read more…

Investing & Retirement

  • Thoughts of a First Time Showbuyer

    One of my law school blockmates, together with his fraternity, bought a showdate for Ang Huling El Bimbo the Musical’s first run last year. There were 5 shows for the first run and all 5 shows were sold out. About a dozen of my blockmates saw the first run and they were so moved by […] Read more…

  • I’m Giving Away 5 Tickets to the PIFA Mutual Funds Week Talk!

    Philippine Investment Funds Association, the association of mutual fund companies in the country, is holding a half-day conference on November 24 (Saturday) at SM Aura: Dubbed “RISING WITH THE CURRENT OF ECONOMIC GROWTH THROUGH INVESTING”, the conference aims to offer a diversified view of where your investment journey may go. Learn the pros and cons Digital […] Read more…

Life & Money

  • Crazy Rich Fans

    For the record, I have never bought anything from Shopee (I’m more of a Lazada and Zalora girl) and I don’t know who Blackpink is, but the recent Shopee + Blackpink incident really piqued my interest because I couldn’t fathom how kids could spend hundreds and thousands of pesos just to qualify for a contest. […] Read more…

  • Moneygment App: A Quick Overview

    I regularly get feature requests through email and I respond only to those that address me by name (It’s Jill, btw. Not “Hello,” or “Hi,”). And of those that I respond to, I turn down about 99% because I have long decided not to do sponsored posts or link exchanges to make my life easier. […] Read more…

My Financial Journey

  • Election Day Ramblings

    It saddens me that I don’t write for this blog as frequent as I used to. The culprit is yoga. I used to block off my Saturday mornings for developing and writing blogposts, thus, I was able to churn out a least two posts a month. But now Saturday mornings are for yoga and I […] Read more…

  • Thank you Moneymax!

    I received fantastic news the other day that this blog was included in Moneymax’ Top 10 financial bloggers to follow in 2019. Awesome! For the new readers who reached this blog through the Moneymax article, welcome and feel free to browse through my past posts. You can go chronological by going through the posts monthly […] Read more…

Psychology of Money

  • Election Day Ramblings

    It saddens me that I don’t write for this blog as frequent as I used to. The culprit is yoga. I used to block off my Saturday mornings for developing and writing blogposts, thus, I was able to churn out a least two posts a month. But now Saturday mornings are for yoga and I […] Read more…

  • Frugality as a Way of Life

    People are usually shocked when they find out that I’m already in the office by 6:30AM, sometimes even as early as 6:15AM. That means I wake up at 4:30AM and am riding the FX by 5:45AM. No, I’m not gunning for the Employee of the Millennium Award, that’s simply how I deal with and survive […] Read more…