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
‘Sustainable’ is not a very exciting word, but given the choice between a tree hugger and a trash monkey, I am hugging trees. You don’t need me to preach about living more sustainably, being eco friendly and cutting down on plastic. You’ve seen the news, you’ve seen Netflix documentaries and you’ve seen the Halley Bay penguins disaster. You know you don’t want to be a … Continue reading Easy swaps to save you money and make your home more sustainable
I often hear a misconception that being frugal equates to being cheap. Did Extreme Cheapskates really tarnish the word ‘frugal’ that much? In today’s post, I am giving you ALL (or almost all) of the useful frugal habits I developed over the years and, just for a good measure, a couple of the cheap ones too. If I see money on the ground, I pick … Continue reading All the frugal habits in one place!
Welcome to the week 3 of the financial focus month. Today, we are starting a no-sped week. It’s easier than you think. Actually, if you have ever been broke you probably already know how to do this out of necessity. I am doing a no-spend week because: Christmas was expensive It’s nice to keep some money in the pocket Ain’t nobody got time for mindless … Continue reading Financial focus month week 3: No Spend Week