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
I talk about money, saving and investing all the time. But what I don’t talk about is how I actually spend money on the daily basis. Especially now, that we’re slowly edging out of a lockdown I thought I’d share how my day to day spending looks like in a course of a single week. For this particular article I avoided the first week of … Continue reading One week of how I really spend money
This article will kindly omit the topic of the pandemic, because enough has been said for now. Instead, let’s talk about London. I live in London. And the title was a naughty little clickbait. London is the 3rd largest city in Europe, not the largest, but somehow people often forget that Istanbul and Moscow, the two largest ones, are also in Europe. That aside, I … Continue reading 5 biggest (non-obvious) drawbacks of living in Europe’s largest city
I am 33 years old and I don’t own a car. Today, let me tell you why. Of course there are benefits to having your own car – you’re not tied down to public transport schedule, you can go on a road trip as you please and you don’t get have to worry about bad Uber ratings just because you brought your pet for the … Continue reading You don’t have a car?