4 Ways to Send Money to the Philippines from Canada

Don’t get confuse with the title. There’s something for you to discover in this post. You’ll see. Although I  emphasize that you can send money to the Philippines from Canada, the different ways that you’ll learn on how to remit money can help you in one way or another wherever you are. How to Send […]

uTest: Get Paid to Test Mobile and Web Apps

This is not a sponsored post yet a good opportunity for an online side hustle. On my one-hour commute to work in the Philippines, I would either sleep or daydream on how to make money online. Because why not. Then I discovered that I can earn online by blogging. These days, netizens have more choices; […]

How to Transfer TD e-Series to Questrade

When I started index investing in Canada, I was fortunate like many others to find the model portfolio of Dan Bartoloti on Canadian Couch Potato. I was able to choose the portfolio that helped me start while learning instead of worrying that I didn’t know enough. That investment portfolio is TD e-Series (mutual fund) placed […]

How Stocard App Lets You Collect More Reward Points

Once again, I have to say how lucky I am to stumbled upon Sherry of SaveSpendSplurge.. Through her post, I somehow wrap my head on income tax filing for bloggers. This time, I’ll share a new tip from Sherry: Stocard App. It is an app that stores your reward cards information into your phone. This […]

Lessons I Learned in Moving to a New House in Canada

Last week, I mentioned about how my family is about to move in a new house in the Philippines. They will be busy and excited just as I was months ago. Yet all is the same. We can all learn lessons in moving to a new house whichever the country. Most Important Lesson: Change is […]

Dream House Update: Moving in to a New House in the Philippines

The sunlight is creeping in through the blinds as I see color appearing inside my room that was engulfed by darkness at night. It’s only been two months since I moved to a new house and it feels as though everything is familiar to me for ages. I sleep well in spite of notes (flat […]

Home Trust Preferred Visa Card is Not What I Expected

Like many other afternoon, I thought of spending a few minutes on Reddit, a way for me to justify that I’m still being productive chiming in on topics about finance. Then I was startled to read that Amazon.ca Rewards Visa Card was shutting down. It was my first credit card that gives while I spend. […]

Where to Buy Construction Materials in the Philippines

As someone who grew up in a rental property, it is unusual for me to see houses being renovated or built from ground up. But it also amazes me that I’m excited to watch the carpenters (my relatives) build a house. I once went down on the hole for the foundation; it was so deep […]