Let's talk about money.Spending, saving, the dread pirate budgeting, all that good stuff. And yes, it'll be fun—promise.
Money is political. There, I’ve made a (very, apparently) controversial statement, so now let’s talk about taxes. Specifically, all the tax terms that are being tossed around in the Canadian election that even I, a certified personal finance nerd, am having a hard...read more
This post is a paid collaboration with Tangerine, but all opinions and spending details are my own. We recently wrapped up a major project: we renovated our kitchen. This was a Major Spending Event for us, since it’s not every day we spend five figures on...read more
If you’re going to do a kitchen reno, how much does an IKEA kitchen cost? This post breaks down everything we spent on our new IKEA kitchen, and where we saved money.read more
Even though I've personally used KOHO as a prepaid credit card for over a year now, I’ve never done a full KOHO review—and trust me, it’s not because no one has asked. That’s why it’s high time I took this conversation out of DMs and onto the blog, because quite...read more
A lot of people have been asking about STACK, and how it—har dee har har—stacks up against other prepaid cards in Canada, so I tried it out for a month to deliver a full STACK review. I put it through its paces too, and made sure to try it out for in-person, online,...read more
When you’re looking at prepaid credit cards in Canada, you’re likely deciding between KOHO and STACK. They're the two leaders in the Canadian prepaid card space, and they both come with apps and extra perks to help you manage your spending and save more money. ...read more
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