Personal Finance Lessons from “House Husband”

I spent my most of my weekend with my wife and child at home just playing, munching lots of finger snacks, and watching movies from the internet. And of course, we prayed constantly for our loved ones and kababayans back home to be safe from the approaching storm.

I seldom watch Filipino movies but my wife just really likes Judy Ann Santos. Personally, I’ve met Judy Ann in two ocassions in the past. One was during her shoot of a famous sardine brand’s commercial and the other one was in an event we’ve attended in Makati in the late 90’s. Other say she’s a “suplada” but I can say she’s a very simple lady and a very down-to-earth type of person.

So this weekend was spent watching about six English movies and one Judy Ann-Ryan Agoncillo 2011 comedy-drama movie entitled “House Husband”. *The story revolves around a married couple, Mia (Judy Ann Santos) and Rod (Ryan Agoncillo), who have a bunch of problems and endless arguments. Since then Rod has resigned from his job and made Mia find another one, while he takes charge of household chores and their children. (*Wikipedia) Continue reading Personal Finance Lessons from “House Husband”

The People Who Grew “Money” Have No Money At All

Have you ever wondered what your Philippine banknote or perang papel is made of?

The truth is that it’s not just paper. It’s not just ordinary sinulid or some gold dusts. Our local banknotes are mostly made of cotton and 20% abaca.

In case you don’t know what abaca is, take a look at the photo below of abaca trees and abaca fiber being dried.  Continue reading The People Who Grew “Money” Have No Money At All

Of Red Flags and Investment Scams

“I have investment for everyone who are interested.
Invest 10k for 6months time.
And the end of 6months
You get 15500 fixed amount. Pm me.

No scam
No bogus
No networking
Pure investment” Continue reading Of Red Flags and Investment Scams