You don’t have to give up your lattes (or those other things you like) to be “good at money”. You just have to be intentional about spending on the things that matter to you.
We spent ten days travelling in the Rockies, and this is everything we did (plus how much it costs!)
Whether or not you can afford a house relies on a few basic numbers. I broke them down using the Ottawa market as an example.
I wore the same thing to work every day for two years. If you’re thinking of doing the same thing, you’re probably wondering what people will think. Here’s the three things I heard from my coworkers about the whole thing (it’s not what you think).
Instead of focusing on what you want to do, try focusing on the stuff you’ve already done.
This one time, I decided to stop being “anonymous” on the blog—because I wasn’t very good at it. This is that announcement post, plus a now-cringeworthy video.