Why the power of Ikigai can help you design a fulfilling and financially successful life
Ikigai is a concept that has captured the attention of individuals seeking purpose and fulfilment amidst a fast-paced, modern world. Originating from the ancient wisdom of Japan, Ikigai provides a framework for discovering your purpose and finding profound satisfaction in daily life. By blending elements of passion, mission, vocation, and profession, Ikigai serves as a…
3 surprising things NOT to expect from a competent financial coach
Working with a competent financial coach can be transformational for your life and money, but you should be clear on what NOT to expect first.
The top 5 end of life regrets and how to conquer them
End of life regrets are not really something we think about until our final months. But maybe we should face into this earlier in life.
Know your money habitudes for a life of financial bliss
Money can often be the source of arguments, anxiety and judgement. Lack of it can prevent life goals from being achieved, too much can attract criticism and envy. The near absence of financial education in schools and workplaces is often blamed for a lack of financial knowledge, but that’s only part of the problem. It’s…
3 simple steps on the journey to financial freedom
Financial freedom is available to most people, if they begin early enough. It just requires time, patience and commitment to 3 simple steps.
5 easy steps to practice gratitude for a more thankful life
Learning to practice gratitude can be one of the most powerful ingredients in the recipe for financial freedom. Here’s how.
How to boost your savings with the Lifetime ISA bonus
The Lifetime ISA bonus can help boost savings towards a first home or a more flexible retirement, but you need to get started before age 40.
How to decide if Cash ISAs are really worth it
Cash ISAs are the most popular type of tax-free savings in the UK. But with low interest rates, high inflation and current tax rules, are they really the best place for your savings?
5 tasty tips to improve your financial diversification
Financial diversification is usually discussed in the context of investments. It tends to focus on spreading investment risk over different sectors, geographical regions and asset classes. Since it’s Easter, let’s drop the financial jargon and talk flavours of chocolate eggs instead. “Don’t put all your eggs in one basket” is an ancient proverb, believed to…
5 timely tips to get cracking with a stocks and shares ISA
A stocks and shares ISA can provide great long term growth potential, so here are 5 tips to help you get cracking on your investment journey.
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