Creating a Financial Plan for Yourself that actually works

Before we discuss creating your own financial plan, you’ll need to know what a financial plan is. What Is a Financial Plan? It’s the process of setting goals and thinking through the steps it will take you to reach them. Remember: Each person’s financial plan looks different, depending on their short-term and long-term financial goals. […]

How to Save Money From Your Salary: 8 Key Tips

The math behind saving money is simple (Pay off debt, save more money and build) but not always easy however that being said, it’s totally possible for you to save successfully. Budget before each paycheck As a salaried employee, you should have a more consistent stream of income therefore it’s important to have a spending […]

Practical Tips for Teaching Kids about Money

Given how important financial literacy skills are to navigating life, it’s surprising that our schools don’t teach children about money. As a parent, however, you can teach your child important financial lessons — and you should. Below, I’ll show you how to give your kids the head start you wish you had and set them […]

Free Course – Manifesto to Organize Your Finances

A Guide to Spring Clean Your Finances You may enrol HERE In spirit of Women’s Day – I am super excited to announce the release of my first course that will be absolutely FREE to enrol in. I thought long and hard about the topic in which I wanted us to start with and I […]

Cost Per Wear: Saving Money Smartly

When it comes to clothing, shoes, and accessory purchases, I’m a firm believer in cost per wear, which I also refer to as “getting my money’s worth.” It doesn’t matter if it’s a cheap or an expensive purchase. Money spent is still money spent, and I want to be sure that it’s worth it. That […]

Things You Should Never Throw Out (and How to Reuse Them) With some experts predicting that the economic downturn brought on by the coronavirus pandemic could be as bad as the Great Depression, the “waste-not, want-not” mentality from that generation is coming back into play. So, before you toss these items in the trash, have […]

Financial Lessons learnt during lockdown: what the Coronavirus taught me about money

Over the past weeks, we have been forced to lockdown and find new ways to live, work and socialize within the confines of our homes. Most of us have successfully managed to adjust and in doing so we have most likely realized several interesting new things about ourselves. When it comes to money and finances, […]