Having a budget means, for some people, whipping out the calculator at every purchase, or viewing the budget on their mobile device in the grocery store. For others, a budget is just a formality and they never really glance at it.
There are a lot of things you can do to reduce your debt. But what are the most important things you can do?
Do you really need a budget? Isn’t that just a boring list of numbers that means you never get to spend money on what you want?
Understanding the dates on food items will not only save you money; it’s also better for our planet.
Many are choosing to quit what they are doing and seek jobs with improved compensation, better work life balance, or to follow a calling or passion. However, just because everyone you know is quitting their jobs, doesn’t mean you should.
I recently reached a milestone in my retirement savings accounts. Unfortunately, despite this milestone, I am still behind in terms of where I *should* be and how much I *should* have in terms of retirement savings at this stage of my life.
Real-estate is a hot commodity in Canada. People have a real fear of missing out -FOMO-. Many believe it’s the way to get rich -quick-ish- in Canada.
A couple of weeks ago, I wrote my 2 final MBA exams. If felt a bit strange. A chapter of my life is coming to a close after 3 years.
Wow! I can’t believe I’ve been here for 7 years. Still going strong BTW. Even after 7 years, I’ve barely skimmed the surface when it comes to the fascinating world of Personal Finances.
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