Can’t save $100, can’t save $1000 or Why a rich mindset matters
I talk a lot about rich and poor mindsets and to be clear, I am not talking about BEING rich or BEING poor, I am talking about the way you look at, think of, and consider your mone
Money Talk: What are you working towards? What dreams do you have (1 year, 5 years, 10 years, 20 years)?
What are you working towards? I am working towards right now, trying to figure out what I want to do when I retire. Actually, if I want to retire. I need a project. A goal, a dream
Learning to Restrict Yourself to Appreciate Everything
I haven’t really been restricting myself on anything for a long time. Is anyone surprised? You shouldn’t be. Ever since I cleared my debt, I found saving money to be so
When your home increases in value, you start feeling richer even if you aren’t
There was an interesting study from the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) in 2015 when they showed that each time a house rose in value by 1% from the market, there was a half a perc
When will you have ‘enough’ money to spend the way that you want?
I did an informal poll on Instagram: I also then received plenty of DMs like this: So here’s what I think… AT SOME POINT IT IS ENOUGH MONEY I mean
TFSA versus RRSP – Which plan is ‘better’ overall?
Once and for all, I’d like to say that the TFSA, overall, is the best savings vehicle for everyone at all income levels. Read: TFSA 101 RRSP 101 Why the heck did they name it
Paypal help: How to stop Paypal from debiting accounts you don’t want them to (preferred payment source funding methods) and more…
So… I have some chequing accounts where I keep $0 in there. They’re simply to receive payments or send payments but not out of my main chequing account. If I want to se
How much inheritance or money should we really expect from our parents?
Financial inequality is nothing new to write home about, but now it seems that in today’s overheated market and economy, you can’t really get ahead without any money fr
Personal Finance Blunder: Why I don’t have an emergency fund
I keep a running cash flow of about $2000 at all times to cover bills for the current and next month. Otherwise, I have no emergency fund. Every dollar I have is invested. Why am I
Architectural Digest (AD) Home Tours (Most interesting, fun, etc)
Some of these homes are truly snoozefests. Maybe it’s the people living there who are not that interesting, but I had to skip a few because I couldn’t watch them speak