Many of us speak about love not yet found. Yet many of us gets shattered whenever love is lost.
You lose appetite at work. The emotional pain affects your physical health negatively. You lose money in the process. Especially if you go through that “wrong” kind of relationship.
These songs illuminate the undecided, unsettled grey areas of falling in love. The effort to find someone only to lose that person. The persona that makes you feel right yet wrong. The person that you makes you feel happy yet sad. How can someone make you happy yet sad? Continue reading 7 Alternative Heartbreaking Pinoy #Hugot Songs About Losing Love (And Money?)
This may sound new but the truth is the digital world is ridiculously part of everyday lives of many Filipinos. And because it is part of almost every Filipino’s lives, digital assets are accumulated by them over time.
In our growing advocacy for financial literacy, not only do we teach how to build up wealth and valuable physical properties and how to take good care of them. We also would like to teach about taking care of one’s assets that are built up online.
If you are a blogger or an online seller, most probably you have accounts in online “money banks” and payment systems such as PayPal, Google Wallet, Stripe, Adyen, etc. You consider your money in these accounts as your digital asset. Continue reading What Happens To Your Digital Assets When You Die?
Two years before, our event posters suck. Our advocacy group’s logo sucked. We could not create credible promotional materials because we were only relying on templates available on MS Powerpoint and Publisher. We sucked big time.
After going through a lot of searching for volunteers to improve the image and branding of Angat Pilipinas Coalition for Financial Literacy, I was able to hook up with one of our members at the Truly Rich Club. Through her I was reminded about the importance of having a strong brand image especially for an advocacy that seeks to reach out to more people and organizations.
And then several months later, I was able to meet another brother and good friend, who not only shared his time and knowledge to teach OFW’s about investing. He also assists in making great poster designs for our events and improvement in our logos.
In this post, I would like to honor these two people who matter a lot in the continual success of our financial literacy mission to Filipinos around the world using their passionate creativity and knack for visual arts. Continue reading The Power of Images in Advocacies