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Respecting Other People’s Intellectual Property: A Personal Digital Download Policy

July 22, 2013

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In the age of permission, where you can do just about anything you want almost without being punished for it, like watch movies without paying for these, among other things, I still buy my books, my music, and I rent movies from a local shop. Why do I do that? I believe in the Golden […]

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Rent Until You Die?

July 9, 2013

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  During the time I paid my parents a visit in December 2012, my dad and I got to talking about how we would have wanted me to apply for a rent-to-own housing scheme already. He told me this story of a government worker that he knew about. This is how the story goes: The […]

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Drop Shipping? Who, Me?

April 2, 2013

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By Lila Villa   Drop shipping was a most wondrous concept I had not heard of up until my enrollment in the Ecommerce 102 Fast Track program. Certainly drop shipping has been around for as long as e-commerce has existed, but to Pinoy entrepreneurs and wannabes, this may be a little known concept. (For more […]

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More Lessons From A Frugal Person’s Life And Lifestyle

March 18, 2013

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I posted, a few days ago, about how my helper lives such a frugal life that she is able to be frugal with my money, as well. I promised another story in that same vein, and here it is. There was a time in my life that I was practically living, breathing, and walking POVERTY. I […]

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Frugality: It’s A Habit, It’s A Lifestyle

February 25, 2013

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One of the things that Robert and other Personal Finance bloggers disagree on would be whether to live a frugal life or to keep finding ways to expand one’s income. Robert thinks that it’s really better to keep expanding one’s income streams, instead of simply relying on being able to rein in your budget. I, […]

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How A Coffee Presser Changed My Life — A Bit

December 11, 2012

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I’m a coffee addict, admittedly, and I love my coffee to bits. Love it, I do. However, instant coffee could get so boring and predictable, even though today’s variants now come in different shapes, sizes, and even with chocolate toppings for some. One of my guilty pleasures and financial potholes has been the gourmet coffee. […]

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Taming The Facebook Monster

November 12, 2012

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Just now, I published a post about how I use Facebook for work. Now I’ll discuss taming the Facebook Monster. For those who work at home and don’t work under the supervision of monitoring apps like those on Odesk, there is definitely a need to discipline oneself. One major time-suck, is, admittedly, Facebook. The Urban […]

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The Miracle Of Giving

November 12, 2012

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There are just so many reasons why a person should give: To help others For compassion For good “karma” Because you have so much more than a family in Africa For tax deduction purposes Giving as a lifestyle, has been taught in Christian circles as being a factor that can increase one’s wealth. Some famous […]

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Iyanla Vanzant’s Downfall Mirrors My Achilles’ Heel; Iyanla Vanzant’s Road To Recovery: My Inspiration To Keep Going

November 5, 2012

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At one time in her life, Iyanla was receiving million-dollar checks from publishers, but over the years, she lost it all. “I didn’t really have a clear understanding of the value of money other than you need it, you get it, you spend it,” Iyanla says. “I had six bank accounts, and I didn’t know […]

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The Latte Factor

October 31, 2012

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  There is such a thing as what people in PF, or Personal Finance circles call, “The Latte Factor.” Stated simply, this is the concept of how a little expense, when you really sum it up, could add up to a pretty hefty sum, over time. Take a Starbucks Latte, for example. A Venti Hot […]

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Of Mutual Funds And Investing

October 29, 2012

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I have a friend who introduced me to the wonderful world of Mutual Funds. Before she even graduated from college, she had already started investing in Mutual Funds, after being inspired by a book written by Filipino Financial Guru Francisco Colayco. Thanks to exposure to that book, she resolved to be wiser with her money, […]

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Greed Is A Killer

October 23, 2012

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Unlike what you may be inclined to think, that greed aids this journey of getting into a Live Wealthier lifestyle, it’s actually one of the things that may shortcircuit your journey to finding that way to live the Live Wealthier life. “Greed” is defined as: The inordinate desire to possess wealth, goods, or objects of […]

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Noah Hammond On Making More Money Using Your Existing Knowledge

October 16, 2012

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