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By |October 16th, 2018|

Self-Love: What to Get Yourself on Your Birthday

Some people are hard to shop for especially when it comes to birthday presents. I remember a scene from F.R.I.E.N.D.S where Ross tells Tag to “Always stick to the list.” when Tag got Rachel a scooter for her birthday. Do you channel your inner-Rachel when you celebrate your birthday? Getting yourself a birthday present (or two, or.three, or ten) is a sure way to get what you want on your big day. There’s definitely nothing wrong with spoiling yourself a little bit with your hard-earned money. It doesn’t always have to be material things too. Here are some gift ideas that you can splurge on for yourself on your birthday.

Oldie But a Goodie

Get yourself a nice piece of jewelry or something for your daily ensemble that you would otherwise not dare to spend money on. It could be a nice clutch or those bright red pumps that you’ve been eyeing on since the spring collection came out.

Learning is Always Fun

Treat yourself to a cooking or a baking class. Whatever sparks your interest! Learn a new language, pottery, herb gardening, really anything! Sometimes those classes that you take for granted might end up being a valuable skill that you can use or even profit from in the future.

For the Love of the Game

Treat yourself to nice seats and a great view of your favorite sports team. There’s nothing better than witnessing all the action live!

Beauty Lovers Unite!

Do you know what’s even better than splurging on a makeup item that you’ve had written on your list? Spend it on some good-quality skincare product. That’s always a good tip! You’ll thank yourself later.


Enjoy some alone time or spend some quality time with whoever you want and finally cross-off one of the places listed in your travel list. Bask in the beautiful scenery, the different flavors of the local cuisine, and enrich your life with the different cultures that you get to encounter when you travel. This is one of the best things to do for yourself to celebrate your special day.

Give Back

Donate to a charity or cause that you’ve been following, perhaps volunteer or give your time to a fundraising event that supports a good cause. This is surely the best way to gain more than what you shell out. There’s no better gift than the gift of giving.

Cultivate joy and gain more gratitude for the life you’re living. Look at this added year to your age as another feather in your hat. Reward yourself as you’ve grown wiser and stronger in your journey through life. Enjoy your day!

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Saving for Christmas

By |August 8th, 2018|

Start Saving for Christmas Today!


You might think that it’s too early to worry about Christmas right now. But if you think about it, Christmas is just around the corner. Most people end up cramming and do their Christmas shopping in December. Are you one of those people? That habit is a recipe for disaster, especially when you’re on a budget. Here are a few tips to help you start saving for Christmas and cut back on holiday expenses altogether.


Set a Christmas budget now

Take a look at how much you spent on Christmas gifts last year. Where did you overspend? Where can you cut back this year? Set a budget for this year’s Christmas presents and more importantly, stick to it!  Got the number? Next, divide it by the number of months left until December, or whatever your goal is for the month when you will ideally be done with Christmas shopping. So if your budget is $1,000 and you have four months left until November or December, then save $250 a month for four months. This is way easier than shelling out the whole lot in one go.

Make a list

Make a list for friends and family, officemates, or whoever else you want on your Christmas list. Write down what you’d like to give them for Christmas. This way, it will be easier for you to know how much you will likely spend on presents for the holidays.

Start shopping now

Make it a habit to buy at least one or two presents from your list when you spot a 50% off sale on the department store or an online sale event. Two major perks will come from this technique. One, you’ll avoid overspending on last-minute items that nobody actually wants but that you buy because you feel you can’t show up empty-handed. Two, your gifts will actually be good.

Cut your budget on Christmas decor

Freshen up some of last year’s decor and they will be good as new. If you really need a few additions to this year’s Christmas decor, consider using pre-loved holiday decor. You’ll good ones in garage sales, spring cleaning sales, and moving out sales. It’s too late for scouring post-Christmas decor blowout sales now, but you’ll find great deals there, not to mention, more current decor, so save this tip for next time too.

Give up a little luxury

A make-up item bought every month, those daily lattes, or cigarettes. You’ll have to agree that they are somewhat unnecessary. Cut back on these kinds of luxury for a few months, and you’ll see yourself saving a little easier and reaching your holiday budget a lot faster!

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