Articles on Wealthy

In the world of Save. Spend. Splurge.: The one way people can tell if you’re rich

Psst! I gathered all of my money Instagram posts into one custom hashtag: #savespendsplurgemoney Would anyone be interested in a book condensing all of this […]

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Should you pay rent to your spouse when you get married?

This is such a controversial topic, it instantly divides people. I am really stubborn and hardheaded so I clearly have my own strong opinions on […]

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Ask Sherry: What name I go by & my intimidating wardrobe

You asked, and I am answering every Friday once I have enough questions! You can ask any question using the form here. Did you used […]

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I have to remind myself $100 is still a lot of money.

This definitely sounds like a #FirstWorldProblem but does anyone feel that money is not as valuable as it used to be when you were younger […]

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First World Guilt: Why do we feel so guilty for paying for help?

We experience a lot of #FirstWorldGuilt over things that we shouldn’t. If you truly feel super guilty, you should give everything you own away and live like a monk with nothing. Does that sound realistic? Then why not try to find & pay for a balance in your life and feel good about it?

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At what point would you feel wealthy?

It’s a pretty simple question — at what point would you feel wealthy? Is it a net worth number? Is it a feeling? Is it […]

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The simple secret to becoming wealthy and rich

Want to know the secret? It’s pretty simple on paper, but hard to execute, it goes a little something like this: Make as much money […]

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10 Important Daily Habits and Attitudes of the Rich

Out of the original 20 Rich Daily Habits, I chose the 10 that are the most relevant/important and my reasons why: 1. 23% of wealthy […]

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Wealthy people hold assets, the rest are in debt.

Know what else wealthy people do? They… Don’t own most of their net worth in real estate (e.g. their primary residence) Don’t want to be […]

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What my father learned growing up about money

As requested by Jane Savers in response to my own post about what I learned growing up without ever talking about money, I’ll talk briefly […]

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What I learned from growing up without ever talking about money

There is a fantastic post from Charles, talking about growing up in government housing, which I found fascinating to read. I would also highly, HIGHLY […]

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