If you want to scale down your spending and find more money in your budget, there’s no need to get extreme about it. This simple step will help you make manageable, do-able progress towards your money goals.
Before you can buy a house, you need to come up with a downpayment – and saving it is easier said than done. Here are the best tips to save up five figures for a house, based on my experience doing exactly that.
Everything you didn’t learn in school about what the TFSA is, how it can help you retire a rich lady, and why it’s basically the worst name ever given to a tax-advantaged account.
One of the weird frugal things that I actually enjoyed was starting to cut my own hair. I still do it, and am totally used to it, although I’m not sure I’ll do it forever. Here’s how I made the call to start.
Learn from my mistakes! For years, my emergency fund was my “everything” fund, and because of that, it never got up to anything close to a reasonable amount of money. Here’s what I did wrong.
Another one of my posts from when I was seriously focused on being as frugal as I possibly could. This one, in retrospect, was ILL-ADVISED. I’m back on the Starbucks train, if you’re wondering.