Budgeting your money and making sure you stay in the black!
Going on the wagon with my Semi-Emergency mode of spending and budgeting. It is like riding a bike.
Drastic times call for majorly drastic changes and measures. This is my grim (for me) semi-emergency budget right now.
The costs of raising Baby Bun along with our Baby Essentials up to a toddler.
I really don’t want to go back to being super frugal when I was at the height of clearing my debt like a mofo.
My future letter to my toddler on what I want him to learn about money when he grows up. I want him to learn everything I never bothered to learn about my money until I was $60,000 into student debt.
I talk about money, and I have a pretty minimalist fridge, but what’s funny is that we don’t actually set a budget for food at all. We just eat what we want, and lately for me, that has been a problem.
We bought our condo in cash for around $600,000 Why? The main reason is because we could but other factors came into play as well. Here […]
I just got judged by my neighbour the other day. I was kind of chuckling at the judgment but we’ll get to why later on. […]
A great reader request came in to ask me how we plan and save for traveling as a family, particularly one in debt and trying […]
I was on the phone the other day helping a good friend figure out retirement and debt repayment, and I realized that I never shared […]
Most people are pretty optimistic, happy folks. Or at least, they try to be. When you make a lot of money, the world is […]
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.