Should babies and children be allowed in restaurants?
This is obviously a controversial issue for a lot of parents. Some say “NO!”, others say “Why not?” Personally, I’d err on the side of “No”
Money isn’t the answer to everything
Yes, I know. For instance, you might think that if you won the lottery, you would have all of your debts and your problems solved, and you’d never have to worry another day i
Freedom: The one thing that we can but also can’t buy that ultimately makes us happy
Feeling a little philosophical today. The other day I was thinking about freedom and all of its forms, specifically financial freedom. A lot of us (myself and my partner included)
Engagement Ring Alternatives instead of buying diamonds
Now I am not against anything to mark the occasion, even though I think diamonds are a scam. I am ALL FOR someone wearing a ring, I just don’t get the point of wearing a thou
In the world of Save. Spend. Splurge.
What I liked this week: What I liked this week: I absolutely love this, especially as a mother. This white tulle skirt is like a grown up ballerina who got a job at the office but
Travel Tales: Trying to change currency in Paris
When I visited Paris for the first time, I didn’t exchange my money into euros before I went because I had a feeling I’d get a better price in Paris itself, seeing as i
Do you really want to do nothing and make tons of money all day?
I don’t. Would you rather… Work at a job where you aren’t allowed to do ANYTHING all day (no smartphones, NOTHING) but make tons of money…? OR Work at a job
Why I prefer buying vintage or secondhand clothing
Vintage clothing can be a hit and miss. Frankly, I’d like to miss the entire 1970s – 1980s because that era of clothing is not my style and it’s when polyester st
If you give money to your children, are you acknowledging that they’re bums?
One Toronto mortgage broker told the Star this week that a stunning 75% of the kids looking for loans have gift downpayments from their Boomer parents. “How else do you think som