Fun Money Friday: Win the Philips Wake Up Light

Designed by leading sleep exerts, the Philips Wake Up Light gradually wakes you up with revitalizing, increasing light. Picture a sunrise in your room, on your own schedule. Read more about how to win, and why this will make every day a sunny day. Who wouldn’t want this? Anything that makes my wakeup better is a welcome change to the day. What it does Uses calming sounds and increasing light to wake you up Allows for natural wakefulness in the morning, instead of abruptly dragging out from your slumber. Boo! Enhances your day from the first minute Extra Extra (features, features) Doubles as a bedside lamp, so you’re not adding extra clutter to your place Looks awesome National Sleep Foundation recommended Great, but how do I win it? Just go to our Facebook Fun Money contest section to enter. While you’re there, check out the rest of what Mogo’s got to offer on social media for exclusive deals, links and ways to spend your time.

Grab life by the fun money

Fun money is the best money. It’s the money that gets you onto the ski hill with friends, up close at your favorite concert or on a beach in the dead of winter. We’ve been sharing ideas about how happiness comes from experiences, not material items, and research shows that the more you focus away from money, the happier you’ll be. If you can avoid the sudden urges to purchase material items, you’ll be able to save your hard earned dough for fun experiences and be happier. Mike Tyson didn’t really need 3 Royal Bengal Tigers. Now he’s happy spending time with his family.   But sometimes, there’s no money left after all the bills are paid. Money has this unique ability to vanish – literally. So, it’s important to keep your fun money separated from your bank account. Everyone loves knowing they have a little spending money set aside, which is why many of our cardholders are using their Mogo Card for fun money – smart thinking! Cardholder Cory V. getting down on something tasty. Oh and cute card Cory. #mogocard   “As of today, I’ve totally given up on using my regular debit