• 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…

  • Blogging

    Celebrating 12 Years of Blogging

    Today marks my blog’s 12th year anniversary. It was 12 years ago when I posted my first blog post. After that first post, everything became history! And I can’t believe that 12 years have passed! To be honest, I didn’t have plans in posting an anniversary post today. I already told myself to be content of posting a self-greeting on my Facebook Page. But then again, I thought that maybe I should blog since I am celebrating the blogging aspect of my online life and not with social media. So here I am… posting. Ha! BUT… I am not planning to write a long post. I just want to put…

  • Real Estate

    How Top Real Estate Entrepreneurs Revitalize Properties

    Land use has been one of the most contentious issues in city life for generations, and in every country. It’s natural, when you think about it. Different groups of people living close together will have different needs, and balancing them is a tough job that’s handled differently by each local government who takes it on. One of the most important parts of understanding how your local real estate scene works is understanding the role of every player in the market. When it comes to professionals like┬áSteven Taylor landlord┬áredeveloping and returning distressed properties to market, the development cycle is an important part of keeping a city center vital as it ages.…

  • Musings

    Protect Your Pet: Easy Ways to Budget for Vet Bills

    For many of us, our pets are companions who help us manage our spiritual and mental health. Like you, pets also need health care, which means the cost of ownership means you need to pay for more than food and toys. You also need to pay regular vet bills. According to the ASPCA, pet owners spend $235 a year on vet bills for their dog and $160 for their cat. Being unable to take your pet to the vet can damage their health and even risk the health of the animals they interact with. That’s why it’s so important to find ways to save on vet bills. Here’s what you…