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 →
Is it a good idea to use a mortgage broker for a new home loan or to refinance an existing one? This article looks at the answer.
I just bagged up a bunch of old clothes to give away and damn does it feel good. I love a good Spring Clean, and I'd say the theme for my 2020 cleanout is 'acceptance'. Accepting I am over 40... Continue Reading →
Here's the thing about divorce: you have to rewrite a whole new script for your life. The life you expected to have when you walked down that aisle didn't look like this. Instead of two people aligned in their vision... Continue Reading →
This is the second in a series on divorce: how to plan it, handle it, survive it, and get the tattoo afterwards. Here is the first one, and stay tuned for more. Everyone thinks they’re an expert on family law.... Continue Reading →
One of my favourite podcasts is The Guilty Feminist, which hilariously explores our lofty goals as modern feminists, and “the insecurities, hypocrisies and fears that undermine them”. Each episode starts with “I’m a feminist, but...”. So here goes mine. I’m... Continue Reading →
One of the most polarising memes I've seen all year was this one. The condescension and privilege is pretty offensive to people managing their way through a global trauma. On the upside, it spawned a number of great parodies. I... Continue Reading →
I'm finding it hard to write about money at the moment. Every attempt seems wrong. If I write about investment, it feels insensitive to the many people who have lost their incomes. If I write about saving money and creating... Continue Reading →