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Mommy Money Tips

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I’ve never been good at managing my finances. At least, not until I had a family. I’m still in the process of learning, though I honestly wish I would’ve started sooner. Good thing, MoneyMax Philippines sent over an infographic about Mommy Money Tips. Though my son is still very young to understand these, I already have a reference on which lessons I should teach him someday.

As a visual person, I really appreciate how these lessons are presented in a fun and visually-appealing way. It’s super cute!

Mommy Money Tips - Moneymax.ph

Reading this actually reminded me of the things my mom kept on saying before. Now, I know what her intention was. And when I share these things with my son, I know have a cool infographic to share with him.

What do you think about Mommy Money Tips? Which is your favorite one? And do you have other tips to share with me? 😉

 

Enjoy life. Cheers!

~Nina

 

 

11 Comments

  1. jared's mum

    It is a must to teach the little ones about saving at an early age, so the first one is my favorite. This is a very helpful and educational infographic!

    23 . May . 2016
  2. Denice Diaz

    I definitely agree with the saving part, but aside from that it is best to also invest so that the money is hardworking for you.

    23 . May . 2016
  3. Mecheel Casenas

    These are great tips! Will add a tip too from my “not so” businessminded mom. As she always say, “Make good investments”. And this is how this line tattoed in my thought as always. Thanks for sharing this info graphic.

    23 . May . 2016
  4. Louisa

    I also am not financially savvy but I would like my kids to be financially smart. Great tips!

    22 . May . 2016
  5. Ma.Me.Mi.Mommy

    I shared the same thing recently. I’d have to remember to instil it to my kids though when they’re older.

    21 . May . 2016
  6. Mhaan A

    I think I need this more than my son lols.Thanks for sharing dear! 🙂

    21 . May . 2016
  7. Nilyn Matugas

    Most of us really learned to save because of our moms. Now I miss her even more! I remember her saying these to me what I was young.

    21 . May . 2016
  8. Berlin

    I guess i learned saving money from my mom. And now, im pretty happy with the investments ive made through the years. Again, i was able to do those investments because my mom is so patient or more on makulit talaga hanggang ngayon to remind me again and again to save.

    20 . May . 2016
  9. Maria Teresa Figuerres

    I love the advice on not taking anything for granted. Kids these days seem to have it easy and they don’t really know that parents have to work really hard to provide them with a comfortable life.

    20 . May . 2016
  10. Juvy Ann

    It is really our parent responsibility to teach our kids to be how to be financially savy.

    20 . May . 2016
  11. Janice

    I’ve seen this infographic recently. These are really helpful tips for any mom. 🙂

    19 . May . 2016

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