Tips on setting financial goals this year

It’s 12 days in already and 2021 has been off to an interesting start. For starters, this post that should have come out last year is coming out twelve days into the year, loool. Well, well, let’s get to it already, shall we? Tips on setting financial goals for the year Be realistic: don’t set […]

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SO you want to save- all things saving!

What is saving? Simply put, it is keeping money aside for future use. Why is it important? Saving is important because it helps you prepare for the future financially. It is usually one of the first steps one takes on the journey to financial freedom and independence. Saving money helps you stay out of debt, […]

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My Money, Covid & the Holidays

2020 has been an interesting one so far and a whole lot of people are looking forward to the new year with hopes that it will be better than this year has been. Typically, around Christmas and the new year people tend to spend more as a lot of stores go on sale, there are […]

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12 Attainable ‘Financial’ Goals for 2020

2020 has been quite the year no doubts and it’s been hard to have those money conversations or even look at our finances- I’m currently avoiding opening my bank accounts because what I don’t know can’t hurt me, you feel me. Pan- de- mic!!

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Investing For Beginners

First things first, investing and trading are two different things although they both try to yield profit in the financial market. Investing is longterm and the goal is to build wealth by holding onto your investment instruments. Trading on the other hand is short term and involves more of buying these instruments at a lower price […]

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Favourite Personal Finance Practices

Hey hey, On my personal finance journey, I have learnt a lot, failed myself a few times and have learnt a big lot too. I thought I would share some of my current favourite personal finance practices as I have seen positive results in my spending and saving patterns so far (again, I am not […]

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Recent ‘Painful’ Financial Lessons

As at the time I initially wrote this post (late July last year), my accountability partners had just reprimanded me for poor financial decisions and reckless spending. By the fall, I was really on-top of my finances (I think); however, this winter- let’s just say I couldn’t have stumbled upon this draft at a better […]

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Saving and The Millennial

By Linda Ije From personal observation, it seems like most young people between the ages 18-30 do not think or plan towards retirement. This is because many of us tend to live in the moment, (living from paycheque to paycheque) while others seems to use up all their income in just a number of days. 

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