I saw the worst behaved children on the subway yesterday
As the title says, I was on the subway the other day and saw three of the worst behaved children I have seen in all my years of riding the TTC. Yeah, I’ve seen a couple befor
My Autumn / Winter Closet
Packed away my stuff from Summer (mostly dresses, light tops and so on). This is what my current closet looks like. Long-sleeved shirts (I wear them open over tank tops these days)
How to tell if someone has grown up rich and wasteful
As the title says, sometimes people reveal the littlest things to show you how they were raised and whether they grew up “rich” or not, and I see it the most in how peo
Winner of the $100 USD giveaway!
I ran a mini contest to give away $100 USD and decided I would announce the winners ASAP (someone needs a good cheering up on Sunday I am sure). I had a great turnout of 791 entrie
This is what unsustainable demand looks like
Our insatiable, unsustainable demand for everything. Period. Horrifying 6 minutes but worth every minute of it, especially near the end when you see the result.
Holiday Gift Giving Ideas for Under $100 (For Her)
OTHER GIFT GUIDES: For Her – Under $100 (2013) For Him – Under $100 (2013) For the Traveler (2013) For the Foodie / Host / Hostess (2013) For the Expectant Mother (2013) Click
Do your damn job as a parent
I have a parent and many relatives as teachers and professors, and I know plenty of teachers, so when I read this on Garth’s post called Little Monsters about how one parent
In the world of Save. Spend. Splurge.
ONE. You know, I’ve always felt that in some ways, life really was easier in the past before there was easy credit. Maybe if we had less access to easy credit it would be so
Flip Flop Budgeting: Budgets for those who hate to budget
I’m going to suggest something slightly unorthodox when it comes to budgeting. I have a feeling most of you do this anyway to some extent so it’s not going to come as a
How much do you need to have saved to be able to retire in 20 years?
The answer seems to that in 20 years, around $1.2 million in Canada, according to Garth Turner. A few tidbits from his post… If you have 20 years to go before retiring (age 4