Poverty, wealth building and mindset training aka key thoughts in Kiyosaki’s ‘Rich dad, poor dad’ (part 4)

Welcome to the final part 4 of the review of Kiyosaki’s key thoughts from ‘Rich Dad, Poor Dad’. In this article I am going to go through quotes from ‘Overcoming obstacles’. Overcoming obstacles “The primary difference between a rich person and a poor person is how they manage fear.” Have you heard, that there is nothing on the other side of fear? I can’t remember … Continue reading Poverty, wealth building and mindset training aka key thoughts in Kiyosaki’s ‘Rich dad, poor dad’ (part 4)

Poverty, wealth building and mindset training aka key thoughts in Kiyosaki’s ‘Rich dad, poor dad’ (part 3)

Welcome to part 3 of the review of Kiyosaki’s key thoughts from ‘Rich Dad, Poor Dad’. In this article I am going to go through quotes from ‘The rich invent money’ and ‘Work to learn – don’t work for money’. Lesson 5: The rich invent money “Often in the real world, it’s not the smart who get ahead, but the bold.” Judging by the academic … Continue reading Poverty, wealth building and mindset training aka key thoughts in Kiyosaki’s ‘Rich dad, poor dad’ (part 3)

How to know that you’re doing ok (financially and otherwise)

You have enough clothes to not have to do laundry daily It might surprise you, especially if you also enjoyed Marie Kondo’s Netflix series BUT if you have more than enough clothes to not have to launder daily, you doing ok. Despite what people across the western world might think, it is not a gold standard to have 300-piece wardrobe per person. And while I … Continue reading How to know that you’re doing ok (financially and otherwise)

Millennial angst AKA seven things I fear and how they translate into my finances

Just as the next person, there are many things, concepts and ideas that make me uncomfortable or outright scared. Today I am going to share the big ones with you, in no particular order, and how they impact my financial life. Becoming a parent, or not The prospect of missing out on motherhood because I am 33, unmarried and without a solid plan or strong … Continue reading Millennial angst AKA seven things I fear and how they translate into my finances

Expenses I cut during the lockdown and what they’ve been replaced with

I’m about to start week 9 of being in a lockdown. NINE. That’s full 8 weeks or 56 days done, almost two months. And a lot can change in a budget in the span of two months. Today I’ll tell you about the key expenses which are no longer a thing in my budget, and what they’ve been replaced by. Going out Everything is shut … Continue reading Expenses I cut during the lockdown and what they’ve been replaced with

Three personal finance lessons to take from Covid-19

Things have changed for many of us. An while there are plenty of people who will come out of the 2020 coronavirus pandemic financially unscaved or even better off, many, including me will not have fared quite so well. To make it a learning exercise, I’ve gathered the three most important lessons we can all take away from the economic impact the response to the … Continue reading Three personal finance lessons to take from Covid-19

Happy Monday Rant (5th August 2019)

I have a little rant for you today, to get started on the week. Occasionally I’ll scroll through Instagram and see something along the lines of ‘aspiring traveller’ posted within the debt free community space. What is an aspiring traveller? Is this person wanting to join a Gypsy or Irish traveller community? I guess not. I’m assuming that it’s a person aspiring to travel, but … Continue reading Happy Monday Rant (5th August 2019)