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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’sContinue reading “Know your money habitudes for a life of financial bliss”
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.
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 toContinue reading “5 tasty tips to improve your financial diversification”
5 questions to help decide if financial coaching could be valuable for you
Financial coaching is not advice and it’s not therapy. So what is it and why could most people benefit from it?
Coaching, planning and advice – what’s right for you?
The differences between financial coaching, planning and advice can get blurred, so let’s take a look at some of the key points.
How an accountability partner can help you achieve amazing goals
With research indicating that an accountability partner could increase the chance of attaining your goals from 10% to 95%, it’s worth thinking about
Want to change career or retire, but uncertain about money? Cashflow modelling can help
From early retirement to creating a better work life balance. How might cashflow modelling help you shape the life you really want?
Look beyond the price and seek great value for your financial wellbeing
Price and value can sometimes get confused. Retailers will often tell us that low prices translate to great value. But that, is very much a matter of opinion and perspective.
How to feel the joy (and avoid the dangers) of combining your pensions
It sounds like a great idea to simplify things by combining your pensions. So what are the benefits and potential risks?
Five fearless tips to resurrect your dead and buried pensions
National Pension Tracing Day in the UK is on Sunday, 30th October this year. Since it’s the day before Halloween, it felt only right to come up with a blog title that links the two together. Well, at least I tried to get into the spirit of things! You may not be aware that NationalContinue reading “Five fearless tips to resurrect your dead and buried pensions”
How to get off the Hedonic Treadmill for a more fulfilled life
The hedonic treadmill is the tendency for humans to quickly return to a relatively stable level of happiness, despite major positive or negative events in life. As a person makes more money, expectations and desires rise, so there is no permanent gain in happiness.