Please Let Me Cancel My TFC Subscription

Nahulaan mo ba ang title ng mga episodes sa Maalaala Mo Kaya? The long-time running show of Charo Santos and On the Money (one of the shows advocating financial literacy in the Philippines) are the reasons why I applied for TFC subscription for two years. It is also known as The Filipino Channel. I had… [Read More]

Get Discounts with Pag-IBIG Loyalty Card

After becoming a member of Pag-IBIG, I knew that I’m slowly building up my retirement fund and getting closer to my dream house and farm. As I pay the contribution, I wonder what are the other benefits of a Pag-IBIG member. Then I found out about the Pag-IBIG Loyalty Card. I was still happy to… [Read More]

How to Renew NBI Clearance in the Philippines from Abroad

Living overseas for several years has kept me from thinking on how to renew NBI Clearance in the Philippines. I knew how to get the clearance if I’ll need it again. But the process changed and confused OFWs, including myself. Recently, my sibling helped a friend in Canada to get an NBI clearance in the… [Read More]

Send Money Online to the Philippines from Canada (Part 1)

Aside from sending balikbayan boxes in the Philippines, we Filipinos are also known for closed-family ties and hospitality, qualities that are extended to others, to strangers. So it’s not unusual to see Filipinos in remittance centers standing in queue to send money in the Philippines to financially support their loved ones back home. I’ve shared… [Read More]

Hotel Review: Budget Inn Patricia Hotel in Vancouver

Have you been to a place and thought of going back . . . soon? Then you realized years have passed and nothing happened to the plan. And that’s not part of the plan. I’ve been thinking of going back at Vancouver in British Columbia (BC) then I remembered my plan to write a review… [Read More]

Top Frugal Habits I Still Do as an OFW

“Sorry . . . ” That’s what I say like a born and raised person in Canada when what I meant to say is “Excuse me.” I’m adapting, all right. Occasionally adding “eh” to conversation. Ang eh ay karaniwang ekspresyon sa Canada. But I’m still me. Mini me. Kahit ang vegan milk hindi na ako… [Read More]