Money, money, money, money! Saving, spending, debt, and more about the bills and coins in our wallets and purses.
Going on the wagon with my Semi-Emergency mode of spending and budgeting. It is like riding a bike.
Am I really a snob?
How much healthcare costs in Canada and what I have to pay out of pocket.
My February 2017 budget roundup where I talk about why I went into Semi-Emergency spending mode (spoiler alert: I want to avoid becoming an employee), and talk about why I think it’s not as bad as it seems.
What my style is, in a post, summed up as: New York versus Paris.
Drastic times call for majorly drastic changes and measures. This is my grim (for me) semi-emergency budget right now.
The #1 ingredient that is handy for almost everything.
The costs of raising Baby Bun along with our Baby Essentials up to a toddler.
Money makes life easier. Period. I’d rather have it than not have it, so when I’m happy that I do have it saved, why should I ever have to apologize or pretend that I don’t?
My partner and I were discussing this the other day, talking about when we’d like to retire. He thinks he wants to call it quits […]
Saving a bit at a time is a lot easier and less painful than trying to come up with 5-figures at the end of the year when it’s time to refill your retirement coffers.
I am a wealth-obsessed, style-focused, minimalist.
I got out of $60,000 of debt in 18 months with The Budgeting Tool which I now sell online and donate its net proceeds to charity.
I earn like a princess on average $20,000 a month when I work but am trying hard to live like a pauper by not spending all of it.
The rest of the time I relax and enjoy the time off by traveling, although traveling has been on hold lately with the arrival of Baby Bun, my rambunctious, ever-hungry toddler.