Have you noticed that time seems to pass more quickly as you get older? That’s the effect of the Holiday Paradox and it’s worth making efforts to understand this before life passes by and you’re in old age before you know it.
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’sContinue reading “Know your money habitudes for a life of financial bliss”
Parkinson’s Law states that our expenditure rises to meet income. If that’s true, how can we save more to avoid being poor in retirement?
Having money set aside for a rainy day is very appealing, but don’t confuse that with building and maintaining an emergency fund.
Paddle boarding has exploded in popularity over the past few years and like the economy, the right amount of inflation is crucial for optima performance! It’s not always easy to get balance right and I’ve found myself in cold water a few times. It’s been a similar story for the Monetary Policy Committee at theContinue reading “Why you need to understand what inflation means for savings and debts”
Legal tender is an often misunderstood term, but in a practical sense, it is pretty meaningless. Read on to find out why.
Financial success is different for everyone, but the journey towards it should be enjoyed as much as the destination.
Savour Your Spending is about gratitude and gaining control of your daily finances. It’s the first step toward financial success and wellbeing.
Learning to practice gratitude can be one of the most powerful ingredients in the recipe for financial freedom. Here’s how.
Pay Yourself First is perhaps the most effective strategy to build wealth. Your future self will thank you if you adopt reverse budgeting.
Financial news about stock market volatility in a humanitarian crisis will not help your wellbeing. Taking steps to help those directly affected most certainly will.
Financial wellbeing might be an obvious area of focus for a financial coach, but it’s only part of the bigger picture of wellbeing.