I have been thinking a lot about how to introduce the concept of money, finances and reality to Little Bun without shoving too much adulting down his throat. Where I am scared abou
(It is so funny! I got this as a question but in fact, I already started on this post a few weeks before without getting the prompt.) Note: I am going again this year, so I will up
I have been meaning to write this travel guide for a while but a reader wrote in asking for some recommendations and I finally got my butt kicked in gear to finally write it. These
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 to save, get out of debt and still enjoy life. DO NOT F
I’ve lived in plenty of hotels full-time. People find it glamorous (it is not), and people find it weird (also not true). WHY WOULD ANYONE LIVE IN A HOTEL? ..because we can?
My post on living in an ideal city got me thinking — if money was no object, where would I live? The answer is obvious to me. I’d live in California. Where exactly in C
eemusings talked about the tradeoffs she and T are making to live in New Zealand, and mentioned that Toronto was a possible contender, if not for our winters. I love these kinds of
Then check out this chart by Expatistan: And just because I’m a geek, here are some highlights / points: Canada debuts with Toronto at #32 Montreal, Canada is in spot