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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 →

C’mon ladies. It’s time to sort your super.

Ladies, it's time. No more excuses, procrastination or shoulder-shrugging. Spend a little time on your retirement savings now, and thank yourself later. I'm gonna be honest, I was a little bit disappointed with y'all this week. I made a poll... Continue Reading →

Two important truths I just want you know

I've been in lockdown for weeks now, and I've given you all a bunch of money advice. (If you missed the treasure trove of webinar fun, click here). In that time, I've been taking walks and feeling my feelings and... Continue Reading →

Kick your fears to the curb: how to start investing

Scared to start investing? Here's how to overcome your fears

Lessons we learnt in the lockdown

Let's agree there are some expressions we'll never want to hear again after 2020. The new normal. Unprecedented times. Difficult times. Lockdown lessons. As Australia unfurls itself from a long and troubled sleep, we can see life returning to normal.... Continue Reading →

The time of the tight-arses has arrived: are you ready?

Well, that escalated quickly. One week I'm all like  'sure buy some cheap shares' and the next I'm like 'yeah, so you should probably start learning to grow your own herbs and bake your own bread'. Things are crazy. Last... Continue Reading →

Want to nail your finances in 2020? Start with these 3 questions

Hey, Happy New Year! How was your New Year's Eve? Did you party like it's 1999 and spend 1 Jan on the lounge, feeling sorry not sorry? Did you buy the kids sparklers, let them run around, and hoped they... Continue Reading →

Should I move to a fixed rate homeloan? And other questions for a 1% world

There was a big to-do this week about fixed rate home loan rates falling below 3%. And sure, it's kind of a big deal. Consider, for example, that our parents were paying up to 20% for their (admittedly, very small)... Continue Reading →

Made to measure? Ready to wear? All about off-the-plan apartments

Last week I witnessed the glorious sight of 120 women drinking wine and listening to a seminar on getting started with investing. Girls Just Wanna Have Funds was a puntastic pleasure. I liked Molly’s description of investment being like the... Continue Reading →

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