No one should be more interested in YOUR money than you!
Or a least, that’s the way it should be, don’t you think? If you are someone who has always had someone else take care of your money for you be it your parents, your sp
I am not saving money just to deprive myself of things
It’s not that I have some sick desire to hoard every penny I have and never spend my money like some Scrooge McDuck. I am not that person who can’t spend money on buyin
Spend your money where you want to spend the most of your time
You know the saying “put your money where your mouth is”? This is exactly it. Like going on vacations? Save your money for them by cutting out other unnecessary expense
You don’t desire what you have never had
My mom said this to me the other day when I was asking her about what it was like to grow up in poverty. I kept saying: I can’t imagine living like that, sleeping on a fruit
When should you go back for your MBA if you have a business school degree?
I’ve had plenty of friends go back to get their MBAs. I think I might be one of the few out of my business school who HASN’T gone back to get a post-graduate degree at
Regrets: Guilt that grows heavier as the years pass
What I’ve noticed a lot, is people feel a lot of regret, especially career-driven folks. Most of the regret, comes with not spending enough time with family, or things you wi
What do Canadians buy and spend their money on average? (2011)
StatsCan released some numbers on what Canadians spent in 2011. Their average Gross Income = $55,151 After taxes of $10,633, they have about $44,518 to spend. Click to biggify The
Should I be called out for not spending in “acceptable” categories?
Cheap = Someone who won’t spend money on anything. Period. It’s unthinkable for them to spend money. Frugal = Someone who spends where it matters, but is careful with t
The high prices of homes in Canada is our doing and our fault
Go and read this post called: Royal Jelly, and come back for my comments here. …*waits*.. Done? Okay. Here goes. The problem with housing is that we’re unrealistic, and
How to create a budget
I’ve been requested several times to write a post on how to do this, so here it is. I will be posting on how to cut your budget later. FIND OUT YOUR NET INCOME Gross income i