When the pandemic started, I noticed some subtle changes in my spending habits.
Tag: covid-19; coronavirus; novel coronavirus
Covid-19, a year later: what I learned
A year ago this same day, BC declared a state of emergency in response to Covid-19
I deferred my mortgage…now what?
Actually, I deferred my mortgage back in August last year. At the time, my attempts at self-employment weren’t yielding much … More
Reflections from 7 weeks of semi-lockdown (200th post)
This post is a follow-up to a previous one, where I wrote about how I was coping during these unusual … More
Until last week, very little financial relief was available to students
Lost your job? Don’t make these 3 mistakes!
There is a high probability you’ve been impacted by Covid-19. Whether you caught it, had to stay home to take … More
I previously wrote a post about the Canada Emergency Response Benefit, mainly to summarize the qualification criteria. This benefit has … More
How I am handling my finances and coping during Covid-19
I have received a flurry of e-mails from readers asking me how I am handling my finances and my life … More
This coming Monday, the application portal to apply for the Canada Emergency Response Benefit -CERB- will open. CRA is already … More
“Here for you” is all relative
If you live in Canada, you’ve probably received lots of e-mails from your financial institution and other service providers letting … More