• Finance

    Benefits from KanGuard Accident Insurance from FWD

    A few days ago, I blog about buying my first accident insurance online via FWD Insurance. The process was easy and hassle-free that I was able to finish all of it in a few minutes. You can pay via debit or credit card. And guess what?  I got my policy number at the end of the process. It was really fast! But the reason why I bought KanGuard is not that it was convenient for me but because of the amazing benefits with a few exclusions. For the amount of 1799 pesos, I get to avail of the following for a year… Cash benefit for my family of 500,000 pesos…

  • Finance

    Got Myself an Accident Insurance for Only 1799 Pesos!

    2020 is calling me to travel. Well, I don’t really mean travel abroad but traveling day to day to places I need to run my errands. Maybe not on a daily basis, but almost every day I need to get out of our house. We go to the malls, to the church, to school, and to places where I get invited as a blogger or not. Travel is inevitable not only in 2020 but since I am allowed to adulting. Hehehe… Anyway, as I have said since I have a lot of travel plans this 2020, I have decided to get myself an accident insurance policy. I can’t afford the…

  • ADVOCACY,  Finance

    #PlsSaveMe – Saving Struggles of a Single-Income Earning Household

    Raising a family is hard work. It will take a lot of time, effort, and money to get things going. For some, both parents go to work. For some, they choose family first, especially when raising small children. With today’s economy, surviving in a single-income household has been proven difficult for many Filipino families. Single-Income Household Struggles This is Joan, a married 23 years-old mom of two from Cagayan de Oro City. She used to have work but decided to stay-at-home to take care of her children. Humans of Cagayan de Oro – Joan at Seven Seas Waterpark Here is what Mommy Joan said when I asked her about financial…

  • ADVOCACY,  Finance

    #PlsSaveMe – Single with No Savings

    Most people expect that when you are single you will have enough savings tucked away in the bank. Since you have no family to feed, they always think that you can always put away an amount of your salary. But as Filipinos, this is not always the case. Most single Filipino men and women are filial children. They want to try to help their families as much as they can. Single with No Savings This is the story of Janine, a 23-year-old single woman from Cagayan de Oro City. She is the middle child with an elder brother and a younger sister. She is a teacher in a private school.…