Got $11,000? You have more money than half of people under 35
I’m a millennial and apparently if I have more than $10,400, I have more money than half the people my age. Reading the article is also pretty depressing when you thin
Investing Series: Where to hold what funds in your retirement accounts for maximum tax efficiency (Canada)
This is a part of the Investing Series. ————————————————- This is going to get tricky because it depends on what you buy and where you decide to ho
Being frugal or cheap doesn’t mean you’re morally superior
And if you think it makes you so, then you’re seriously deluded. Being frugal is a good thing in the PF community, I even aspire in some areas of my life to reach this (e.g.
In the world of Save. Spend. Splurge.
ONE. Belle really gives it to J. Crew in this articulate, perfectly written post. What do I think about all of that? I’ve never been a fan of J. Crew in recent years, but I&#
Investing Series: Investing in ETFs / ETPs in Australia or New Zealand
Giving some investing series link love to my friends Down Under in Australia and New Zealand. I write more for North America but for people wanting to learn how to invest, I figure
Why I am teaching my kids about money by not giving them any to begin with
I obviously see the huge benefits in teaching your children about money early on, no matter how young they are, but for me, being a parent means being a role model for them in the
What I brought to the Hospital for the Birth (Pregnancy in Toronto, Ontario Canada)
This is information valid for women giving birth in Toronto, Ontario Canada, and although each hospital varies in policies, I thought it would be helpful to list what I had to ask
Retirement Strategies for 30-year olds
You can read the entire article here and I highly recommend it, however I’ve summarized their advice into these bullet points. A lot of their advice overlaps from one person
How to find a doctor or a clinic in Montreal
When I first moved to Montreal from Toronto it was a bit of a struggle for me to acclimatize and figure out how to do basic things I have taken for granted my entire life, living i
Fabulously Broke in the City: Sold the Blog, now where is she?
If you are reading this post, this means you used to read my old blog – Fabulously Broke in the City or The Everyday Minimalist. Yes. It’s me! I’m back! I used to