How to be a money minimalist
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How to be a money minimalist

- December 1, 2021 2 MIN READ

Being a money minimalist will help you stay focused and avoid taking on unnecessary financial burdens. In this wild world where we have a heap of financial opportunities and options, it’s important to think strategically about how to invest your time and money. It’s not about how much stuff or money you have, but how… Read more »

Keep your spending habits in line with your values
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5 steps to align your values and your spending habits

- November 18, 2021 3 MIN READ

Good budgeting isn’t about imposing unrealistic restrictions on your lifestyle. Instead, it’s about making sure your spending habits support what you love the most. When it comes to budgeting and financial planning, there is often a misconception that it is about imposing restrictions on your lifestyle. The reality couldn’t be more different; financial planning and… Read more »

Which one of these financial characters are you
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Which one of these financial characters are you?

- November 10, 2021 4 MIN READ

From spendthrifts to penny pinchers, you’ll recognise some of these financial characters among your mates… or maybe yourself. So, do any of these financial characters strike you as familiar? The Scrooge McDuck Of all the financial characters, this one is perhaps the most conflicting. We all have an image of Scrooge McDuck wallowing on top… Read more »

How to stop overspending
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3 simple tips to stop overspending

- May 3, 2021 3 MIN READ

Did you see the Your Money in a Minute segment on this week’s show? Glen James, retired financial adviser and founder of My Millennial Money outlined his top tips to stop overspending and they’re good ones. Watch this quick segment and read on to find out more. 1. Set timeframes for different money thresholds As… Read more »