Saving is though unless you have the discipline. And one way to challenge myself is to get into a financial challenge that I have to do for the whole year. It is called the 52 Week Peso Challenge. This challenge has many versions online via blogs and websites, and I was determined to make one of my own as to save something in the future and claiming it to get bigger.
Monday, March 30, 2015
Continuing its commitment to enhance land and enrich lives for more people, Ayala Land broke ground on another landmark development last March 5, this time in Bacolod City. This new mixed-use development which will arise in the heart of the city is called “Capitol Central”.
Kicking-off the residential component of the Capitol Central development is Amaia Steps Capitol Central - a mid-rise project with 9 floors and 288 residential units for its North Building. It is located along San Juan St., Brgy. 8, Bacolod City. Ayala Land’s subsidiary, Amaia Land Corp, which caters to the affordable housing segment, is the group behind this project.
Thursday, March 12, 2015
Be inspired with life’s endless possibilities at the upcoming Avida Digital Art Gallery. Starting March 25, the AvidaShowroom in Glorietta will host some of the best creative digital artworks from the country’s top digital artists: Team Manila, WeeWillDoodle, and Angela Taguiang.
Following the theme “Living Inspiration”, each artwork presented in the exhibit depicts a different story on how we celebrate life's many inspiring possibilities. This event is one of the many creative and exciting events that Avida has in store to mark their year-long anniversary celebration.
Now on its 25th year, Avida, one of the country’s leading real estate developers, is more than ever fully committed to bringing thoughtfully-designed developments in secure communities and the distinct Avida lifestyle that fosters and creates life opportunities for many Filipinos.
Wednesday, March 4, 2015
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