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2 Money Truths to take into 2022

One of my favourite writers, Neghar Fonooni, says of new year milestones: "Time is cosmic and ... cannot be measured and shrunk down into carefully crafted calendars". And I am totally here for this. I've had years that began delightfully... Continue Reading →

Three things I learnt about making life choices during a pandemic

Oh hey there Fierce Girls. Been a while, I know. Was having a low-key life review. I mean, who doesn't want to pull their life apart after three months in lockdown? On the upside, I got a puppy. Meet Dotty... Continue Reading →

Why *not* caring about money is the real goal

OK, so a weird thing has been happening to me lately. I simply cannot think of anything to buy. Like, I got my tax return money and thought about spending 10% on something fun (as per my dad's rule). Couldn't... Continue Reading →

Money hacks, investing and property: 3 free webinars for you

Over the past few months I have happily combined two of my favourite things: talking and finance! If you've missed these webinars, I thought I'd give them a plug here - with a special shout-out to my Sydney-based Fierce Girls... Continue Reading →

How to make space for the right things

I realised recently that when I give people advice, I often tell them to leave. Leave that job, leave that relationship, leave that situation that's not serving you anymore. It’s not that I don’t see value in working on things.... Continue Reading →

Just a reminder that earning more is better than saving more

You know I'm a big fan of saving. Whether it's saving a few dollars at the supermarket, putting away thousands in a bank account or saving for retirement, I very much condone it as a concept. But saving does have... Continue Reading →

The surprising power of not being perfect

One of my mottoes in life is: 'Perfect is the enemy of done'. I spent 15 years working in PR agencies, with a big list of clients wanting things done. It became apparent to me that most of them couldn't... Continue Reading →

My three wishes for your finances in 2021

New year's resolutions. We like to make them, but we love to break them. And after the dumpster-fire that was 2020, who even has the energy to reinvent themselves for a new year? So I am not going to add... Continue Reading →

The somewhat surprising gifts that 2020 gave to me

Think back to January this year. It feels like forever ago. We hugged profusely, touched carelessly and crammed ourselves against strangers in trains, buses and nightclubs. Ewwww. I always get reflective around this time of year, and usually post something... Continue Reading →

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