My favourite (dirt cheap) recipe – savoury potato pancakes

I love a good ole potato. When I am in a pinch, feeling a little lazy, needing a bit of comfort food or just don’t want to spend money, I take a potato and make a meal of it. Sometimes more than one potato, truth be told. Today, I have one of my favourite childhood recipes for you. It’s frugal, it’s quick and it’s tasty. … Continue reading My favourite (dirt cheap) recipe – savoury potato pancakes

Happy Monday (4th of March)

I have been inspired over the weekend to start sharing the things which I am enjoying in life a little faster. Forget the monthly favourites, years best and all that. Sometimes to catch the good things in the moment, it’s worth talking about them while you are doing them. Not saying that I ripped the idea for this blogpost from Tim Ferris’s 5-bulled Friday newsletter, … Continue reading Happy Monday (4th of March)

UK and EU nationals – how not to get kicked out of the country after Brexit

A good while ago I published a video about becoming British through naturalisation. With the Brexit deadline right around the corner, there has been a lot of change in how temporary and permanent residence, the pre-requisites to becoming a British national, are changing. The topic touches me personally – not only I have members of family and friends who are living in the UK on … Continue reading UK and EU nationals – how not to get kicked out of the country after Brexit

The true cost of being a male

Being a man is somewhat easier than being a woman. There, I said it. But – even if that is the truth in general, there is a whole host of things men are saddled with societally which can make everyday life challenging, unfair and costly. Here are the key ones. The pressure to succeed Whatever success means, and it usually just means being rich and … Continue reading The true cost of being a male

Financial focus month week 4: Win at Retirement Planning

Maybe it’s a weird perversion, but I actually like thinking about retirement. I call it retirement but what I mean is not having to work the good ole 9-5 anymore. Whether this happens at 40, 55 or 70 depends on you. In this blog post let’s look at all the things to consider when planning when and how you want to retire. First things first … Continue reading Financial focus month week 4: Win at Retirement Planning

Financial focus month week 1: Shelf Cooking

It’s the New Year. It’s a little bit chilly. It’s a little bit hungover, and the festivity has been replaced with the dread of the work week starting again tomorrow. But it’s not all bad. Actually, quite the opposite. January is a great month to forget about the mistakes and financial failures of the past year and to start afresh. Throughout the month of January I … Continue reading Financial focus month week 1: Shelf Cooking