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We have often heard of “pivot” or “pivoting” in business. But how do we pivot our lives to fit the protocols and restrictions that come with these uncertain times? Plans are on hold. Activities have changed. More than a year into the pandemic, long-term financial impact continues to weigh heavily on many of us. Several segments of the population are hit harder than others. Some get by but some continue to worry about the uncertainties of the future. No matter where you are on that spectrum, SB Finance’s flagship product, Car4Cash, may help you pivot with ease. Get the extra cash you need to expand your business or pay for planned expenses such as tuition, travel, home repairs, and more.  Making loans easier for Filipinos SB Finance is a partnership between two Asian financial giants, Security Bank Corporation and Bank of Ayudhya (Krungsri) of Thailand, with a clear focus to help Filipinos from all walks of life. “We’re set to launch multiple products this year starting with Car4Cash, a

Today : Sharing


When we were kids, my mom would usually buy each of us toy so she can be spared from the fight between us siblings. It was good because I was spared from danger of broken toys caused by my younger siblings.

I thought of doing the same to my kids. I would buy D and A separate toys so there will be no fighting-over-a-single-toy. I think there were times that we buy them different toys but they would end up still fighting because D wants A’s toys and the other way around. But then, it was time to teach them the value of sharing. Whenever I decide to buy them something, I would only buy one and talk to both of them and tell them about sharing. At first there will be crying mode and fight in between but later on, I would find them sharing and playing with each other without fighting.

Just this morning I found them sharing a pad of stickers and each of them are sticking it one by one on each other's arms without crying and fighting. I also constantly remind them to share food and toys. 



How about you? How do you teach your kids the value of sharing?

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