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Aside from electricity and water, here are some essential subscription services you can divide among you and your dormmates.
Dorming may sound relatively exciting at first, primarily because you get to live away from home and test your independence. It’s not so fun, however, once you think about the adulting aspect of things, aka spending some money to pay for things ...
 
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Unti-unti ka na ngang nakaka-move on, nagkakapera ka pa.
Do you ever just feel a certain way whenever you see the things that belonged to or came from your ex? That graphic tee you once borrowed from them, a pricey perfume they gifted you but you never got to open, or ...
 
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There's a different mindset for every spot.
When we’ve got moolah in our pockets, it gets very tempting to just spend on almost anything and everything we set our eyes on. While your money is your own concern and how you spend it is a God-given right you get ...
 
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Ready to start changing your status from #TeamBahay to #TeamConcert?
If you’ve been sucked into the colorful world of K-pop just as I have, seeing your faves perform live is probably on the top of your bucket list. Sadly, concert tickets don’t come cheap, and before you know it, tour dates and ...
 
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You could buy that film camera you'd been wanting to get with a month's worth of milk tea.
For many of us today, milk tea is LIFE. It’s the perfect feel-good drink after a stressful school week. It’s also the best drink to get with your best friend as you update each other about your lives. With more and more ...
 
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It’s convenient and doesn’t come with the heavy commitment of owning a credit card.
It’s never too early to think about finances. As college students, our primary source of funds would probably be the allowance our parents give us. It’s then up to us to decide how we spend our baon. Still, there’s already a lot ...
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