If you follow me on Instagram, you might have caught a glimpse of my most recent trip to Marrakech. If there is anything to be said about me outside of the world of personal finance, it’s that I travel. A lot. And with that, I get the opportunity to visit places, evaluate them, and tell you what’s good and what’s meh. Today, let’s talk about … Continue reading Where to eat in Marrakech
This Christmas is unusual for me. Because, for the first time in years, I will be spending money on myself, frivolously and on items I want rather than need. Why would I do that, you might wonder, especially if you are coming to this blog post from somewhere within the ‘debt free’ community. The answer is simple – because I chose to when creating my … Continue reading The things I am getting myself for Christmas. From another country.
I’ve been eating mainly vegan diet for the last 5 months and this is what I have to say. [TRIGGER WARNING] Continue reading I’ve been eating mainly vegan diet for the last 5 months and this is what I have to say. [TRIGGER WARNING]
Tis the season to start looking at gifts, if you haven’t already. And tis the season to consider what gifts actually are. I wrote about the matter of Christmas costs last year and that post is still valid. Since then not much has changed other than how I see gifts. You see, I always thought of gifts as means of expressing affection for those around … Continue reading A word about gifts
Now I know this, but when I first ‘flew the nest’ I had no idea that I was a sheltered little snowflake. Although I did receive a decent amount of prep and life skills for what adulting might entail from my parents, teachers and a bunch of miscellaneous adults, there was a whole boatload of stuff I had no idea about. Let me tell you … Continue reading 5 things nobody really tells you about adulting
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