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Do ONE thing to get ahead with your money

Here's the thing. Adulting is A LOT. A lot of tasks. A lot of responsibilities. A lot of items on the ‘live your best life’ self-improvement list. If watching Miss Americana taught me one thing (and look, it taught me... Continue Reading →

Don’t get mad, get busy*

*Actually, get mad too. It's fun. Fierce Girls, I wrote a different post for you last week. But before I had time to post it, the election happened. It didn't go the way I'd hoped. I got together with a... Continue Reading →

3 things I learnt in the Christian Louboutin store

It was the outcome of a conversation at work. Long story, but I decided I needed a pair of designer heels to signal to the world that I was serious. I wanted to prove (to myself, mostly) that I'm a... Continue Reading →

I don’t mean to alarm you but it’s nearly f@*#king Christmas!

Ladies, this is not a drill. There are only seven shopping weekends left until Christmas. Maybe you're the type of girl who excitedly starts playing Mariah Carey at the first hint of festivities. Maybe you're a cynic who likes mince... Continue Reading →

Gone a little crazy with spending? Here’s how to get back on track

Being good with money is like being good with your diet. Damn hard to do all the time. (And easy to get annoyed with those freaks who are). Another similarity is that they are both money and spending are easy... Continue Reading →

Are these 4 spending traps blowing your budget?

There's a curious thing about modern, middle-class life. We can afford things. We have money to spend. But we're not very good at it. Sure, we have to cover the boring bills and housing costs. But someone with a decent income... Continue Reading →

4 tips to help avoid a spending blow-out

Do you ever feel like there's an devil on your shoulder convincing you to spend money? I'm not sure if it's the same devil who says 'yes, you need another shot at 1am', or just a close relative of hers.... Continue Reading →

You have 300 paydays left. Seriously. So, what’s your plan?

Last week, I ruined everyone's Friday by dropping this truthbomb. Seriously, if you're in your 30s and plan to retire in your 60s, you don't actually have many paydays left. It's easy to work out (if you get paid monthly).... Continue Reading →

The secret to guilt-free spending

Sounds too good to be true huh? Like the promise of diet cheesecake or hangover-free wine. But I spent a whole day with a guy last week, who I can only call the Money Whisperer, and he explained how it... Continue Reading →

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