I’m very fortunate to have a reasonable disposable income. This simply means that I can allocate as much as £1000 as a ‘gift to myself’ for my birthday. And today I’ll tell you exactly what I got for myself this year. Continue reading What a financial blogger buys herself as birthday gifts
The author of this article has used Dave Ramsey’s methodology to pay off debt at the start of her personal finance adventure and she is in position to both talk about his baby steps and their application in real life, as well as the advantages and disadvantages of the plan. Continue reading The good and the bad of Dave Ramsey’s financial plan
I have been pottering around the house today and noticed a life trend. As I moved from room to room I realised that my belongings no longer look like the belongings I had in my 20s. In today’s article I’ll take you through the key differences I have spotted between my things back then and now. Before I get into listing the differences out, it’s … Continue reading Belongings in my 20s vs belongings in my 30s
The lockdown has been a mixed experience for me – some of it has been great and some of it I could’ve done without. However, given that it’s Monday, let’s have a pleasant start of the week and have an article about everything small that MissionMoney is happy without. Enjoy! Work kitchen small talk You know that feeling when you’re telling the same thing to … Continue reading All the little things I don’t miss from before the Lockdown
A number of mortgage lenders are taking about doing ‘their bit’ to help the individuals affected by the economic outcomes of the pandemic, by offering a mortgage holiday. Let’s talk about it. Firstly, at least in the UK where I live, mortgage holiday is written into standard terms of mortgage from any bigger and most smaller lenders. So my sceptical self will say that majority … Continue reading Mortgage payment holiday – yay or nay?