The Advocacy of Lifestyle Upgrade 101
OUR VISION: MAKE EVERY FILIPINO FINANCIALLY LITERATE.
Lifestyle Upgrade 101 website is about money management. In our first book we mentioned about, how come we aren’t taught money in school?
For something that is so ubiquitous, why aren’t we properly primed to manage it at an earlier age?
We have asked ourselves the same question and this had led us to being advocates of financial literacy. We are doing this in the best way we know how– teaching and empowering people.
We’ve built an organization, Lifestyle Upgrade 101, that upholds money consciousness.
What we are promoting is how you can upgrade your financial status and dream lifestyle one step at a time through education.
I WISH THEY TAUGHT MONEY IN SCHOOL
In 2013, we launched our first book “I Wish They Taught Money in School” that made it to National Bookstore’s Top Best Sellers list for five consecutive months.
This is a 2-in-1 book where we shared our personal money journey as an employee and as an entrepreneur.
Clarissa wrote “I Wish They Taught in Money in School So I’m Not Dependent On My Paycheck” for fellow employees and those who want to have other streams of income.
Sharon, on the other hand wrote “I Wish They Taught Money in School So I Can Start My Own Business Right Away” for fellow entrepreneurs and for those who dream of putting up their own businesses.
Besides becoming best-selling authors, we were overwhelmed by the responses from leading local magazines who featured us and our book and more. This has made us regular contributors in their titles as well as becoming part of the roster of 2014 Fun Fearless Females of Cosmopolitan
“MONEY GROWS ON TREES” – to Financial Freedom
On its second title, we talk about money mindset. Each of us has a unique money DNA and money comfort zone that explain why and how we behave towards handling our personal finances.
Once again, we will share personal stories and our own money blueprint wishing to once again inspire you, our readers, to learn more about money and up the notch of your financial literacy.