In this article I am covering some of the tactics for a no-spend month which will help you not just survive it, but also not feel like you are missing out or need to stock up before and after. Continue reading How to do a no-spend January without making yourself cry every day
How can a person still save money during a pandemic? How can you save half of your income? This blog post provides some answers, shows the author’s numbers and explains how to look at your money to get there. Continue reading Am I still saving half of my income, despite Covid?
appy Monday indeed! Did you know that putting an optimistic tone into what you are expressing has a potential to positively impact the mood of people on the receiving end of the interaction? Of course you knew that! So now onto the interesting parts of this article. Continue reading Happy Monday (5th October 2020)
This means that over the few years I got a chance to try out over 30 different brands of menstrual cups. And while all of them were generally fine, there are three standouts which I’ll talk about today. Continue reading Top three menstrual cups, judged by someone who tried over 30 different ones
There are some people who are good with money, and some who are not. The difference between being good and not so good with money comes down to a handful of mindset traits and behaviours, and today I’ll tell you about the ones which you can get started on right away. Control your narrative Take a step back and look at where you are. Seeing … Continue reading How to become a ‘good’ saver
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
‘ve read ‘Rich Dad, Poor Dad’, the personal finance and motivation classic, for the first time good few years ago. And despite my memory being as solid as a sieve, there are some things I took out of that book Continue reading Poverty, wealth building and mindset training aka key thoughts in Kiyosaki’s ‘Rich dad, poor dad’ (part 1)
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.
How much should be in your emergency fund? Emergency fund is a little or a lot of money stashed away for when your leg slips. I am yet to find a better explanation, so if you have one, pop it into the comments field. This post will be all about figuring out how much you might want to keep in your emergency fund. Dave Ramsey, … Continue reading How much to put into your emergency fund