Just like Taylor Swift, as soon as I get a glimpse of that wonderful new thing, "I've got a blank space, baby," and I'm ready to write its name...
I haven't prepared at all for the financial onslaught that is Christmas. So, I'm opting out. Well, not completely, just opting for less.
Stockbroker or Wealth Management Specialist David Russell from Wilson's Advisory has given me an insight into his day, and how he got his saving and spending habits down pat.
How do you deal when things aren't really going according to your financial plan? When despite your best intentions, things are just a bit, 'meh'?
With the power of regeneration that Spring brings, I've decided to take on a few personal challenges that I'm hoping will make a difference to my general fulfilment and feelings of prosperity.
Prosperity, in many ways, is a state of mind. Here are a few ideas or strategies I’ve started to implement which are helping me focus on a stronger financial future...
Superannuation is like a financial unicorn. You've heard about it, but you never really see or touch it. Sometimes you don't even know if it's there at all.
The topic of money - how we make, save and spend it - is largely off-limits from most polite conversations. If we were more honest and open about money, we might know more - simply through sharing each others' financial successes and mistakes.
Do you have a mindset that stops you from being successful with money? Our intentions and beliefs often have more power than we realise.
There is a certain wonderful satisfaction in getting rid of things. Whether it's selling them, donating them, or even binning them - it feels good to have less stuff, right?