Articles on Personal Finance

My 5 Money Book Recommendations for Canadians

These books are not all Canada-specific which is fine, but I think I would have wanted to have had a set of these books by […]

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Is talking about your net worth considered bragging?

We (I say ‘we’ loosely of course) personal finance bloggers (I’m a fringe one), are really odd people. To normal folks who aren’t talking and […]

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Garbage In, Garbage Out: What you put into something, matters a lot

If you don’t put in the work, and use/do crap, you won’t get the results you want, which is true for almost everything from cooking to your career.

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Why do I feel the need to prove myself in doing silly challenges I will never accomplish?

I do challenges because I think I’m weak. Maybe I am, maybe I’m not. All I know is that I am not in the position […]

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Having lots of money doesn’t really make you happy

People think with all this money I make in such a short amount of time, I should always be happy but money doesn’t change who […]

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5 Ways To Get Your Finances Under Control

Learning how to manage your money is a skill like anything else, so why not apply the following principles? Realize it’s not about talent, it’s […]

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Greece: The Modern Personal Finance Fable of our Times

Someone correct me if I am wrong but I think I am missing something in this entire debacle. THE SITCH Greece borrowed billions of dollars […]

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How I got out of $60,000 of debt in 18 months by the age of 25

I am still getting questions about how I got out of $60,000 debt at the age of 25 in only 18 months (a year and […]

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The 10 Golden Rules of Personal Finance

There are very few exceptions to what I call the 10 Golden Rules of Personal Finance. Don’t regularly spend more than what you make* Your […]

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