Hello there. Hello in November. Not going to lie, I’m excited for the season. Autumn is by far my favourite time of the year. So let me put on a sweater, and another one and a jacket, and hope my shoes are waterproof because it’s gonna get wet. Cold and wet. Love it like nothing else. And it’s also time of productivity for me. So … Continue reading Happy Monday (4th November 2019)
The morning brought on a fried Scottish breakfast (think haggis instead of black pudding), lots of tired looking family members and friends and a quick scramble for a lift to Glasgow. Continue reading We went to a wedding and this is how much it cost.
As much as I love this ability my parents have to get by, I absolutely hate the idea of side-hustling. Partly, because it detracts from focusing on your main financial goal and partly because it means that your main streams of income are insufficient. Continue reading What I am taking from my parents’ 5 financial habits
I bought a flat in London, with £4000 down payment. Yes, you read that right, four thousand pounds. In today’s post I am telling you how that happened. Continue reading How to buy a flat when you have no money
Back to school is slowly happening for the children and is starting to loom on the horizon for the college and university students. This time of coming slowly into fall makes me a little nostalgic for my own university time, so to snap myself out of the nostalgia here are three adult habits which I picked up during university. Not taking things at face … Continue reading 3 adult habits I picked up at university
I’m one of these annoying individuals who save a good chunk of their money and still don’t look like they are giving something up. And that’s accomplished with some really small changes. I am today showing four of the many such small changes which I can truly say I have implemented in my life, am sticking with and am seeing actual benefits to my life … Continue reading The best ‘cheap’ changes which positively impacted my life
am no longer in my 20s and while I am slowly moving through the next decade up, I also have some big goals for that decade. This article will focus on my own goals ‘to do it in your 30s’. I am yet to live through that decade fully and until I live through it, who am I to tell you what’s doable and what’s not? With that in mind, let’s start with the BIG financial goals I am going to attempt hitting. Continue reading BIG financial goals for your 30s