When the money isn’t worth it

Full disclosure. I actually wrote a post about money not always being worth it a week ago, but I made the mistake of updating plugins the same day and things crashed and there hadn’t been a backup made that day yet. So it got…

Why We Will Not Retire Early – Language Matters

When you hear the term “financial independence” it is very often teamed up with “retire early” into the increasingly famous “FIRE” acronym. At least in this narrow part of the internet and personal finance blogosphere. The retire early part of the deal was never…

4 Frugal Habits We Can Learn From People with Autism

It has been almost one year since I wrote about the advantages of autism on personal finance. That post turned out to be immensely popular, so I thought I would write another one, also focusing on the positive aspects of an autistic-inclined mind, rather…

Hacking Ingrained Money Scripts

Hacking Ingrained Money Scripts and breaking free from learned habits.

Self-Erasure: Mental Health Awareness Month

Self-Erasure: Dealing with it and understanding it #MentalHealthMay

Anxiety: Opportunities Lost And What I Do About It

Anxiety: Opportunities Lost And What I Do About It #MentalHealthMay

Relying On Your Partner – One Target At A Time

Relying On Your Partner – One Target At A Time. How I realised I had to step back to step it up.

The Advantage Of Autism And Personal Finance

A few years ago, I was diagnosed with autism, answering a lifelong question about why I was so different from other children and the people around me.
Often presented as a stereotype in media, here are four reasons why a pattern oriented mind is a great thing for financial independence!

The Importance of Sharing Finances

Today’s post is in honour of International women’s day. I share a personal story and implore a call to action for family finanes!

Are You Ever Afraid Of Your Dreams?

Don’t berate yourself if you’re ever feeling anxious about getting where you want. It’s all right. We’re here to be a safe space.