Savings

Why Is It So Hard To Save?

With the surge of expenses from left to right, many find it difficult to save money on the side. The difficulty arises not only due to the lack of self-control, but also due to our perception. Harvard Economics Professor Sendhil Mullainathan tells CNN Money that “it is human nature not to save, but we can get better at it”. #1: ACCEPTANCE The first step to building your savings is acceptance. Accept your current financial situation and today’s economy. Whether you

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Personal Finance

Money-Saving Tips For Uni Students In Singapore

Many people believe that the “student life” is golden. I firmly agree! The holistic experiences and social exposures you receive during the course of your tertiary education are heavily treasured. You cannot get these things anywhere else! Ease your financial load by following these tips: JUST KEEP PEDALING Automobile companies lure us with their promise of privacy and convenience during our daily commute. Owning a car may add a level of prestige, but it comes with a hefty price! You

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Travel & Entertainment

Here’s How You Can Save Money When Visiting Thailand

As an adolescent, my passion for travelling the world ignited. One of the places that I looked forward to marking off my list was Thailand. I was captivated by its historically untouched character. Why did I say so? In the 19th until the early 20th century, Thailand was the only Southeast Asian country to avoid the European colonization. It was treated as a neutral territory by the French and the British people. A tourist’s heart will be filled with glee

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Travel & Entertainment

Here’s How You Can Save Money When Visiting Japan

Amazingly dense cities, mountainous national parks, and historically-rich shrines are some of the things that encapsulates Japan. It is one of the sought-after spots that globetrotter Singaporeans target when they have time to spare. Tourists are drawn by the array of food and the unique culture, but it has so much more to offer! With the relaxed visa policies (i.e., Singapore citizens don’t require a visa to enter the country for temporary visits) and increased flights between Singapore and East

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Phones & Utilities

6 Practical Solutions For A Sustainable Home

These practical lifestyle changes can often save your money and energy. LET LESS WATER FLOW Score up to 60% less than your regular water usage by installing a low flow shower-head. Some modern shower-heads are adjustable, which means that you can change the settings to low flow. Imagine having a controlled water flow while lathering up and an active rush while rinsing! Alternatively, you can buy a low flow shower-head for only S$14.74 at Monotaro. Installing one could mean huge

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