Summer is here and the city is alive and moving! The sun is out, patio’s are open and there is no shortage of things you can do during a Toronto summer. The only question is, can you afford the plethora of activities your city has to offer? Of course!.. within moderation.
Like any good thing, too much can be damaging and that’s exactly my perspective on summer spending. If you’re a Torontonian like I am, you probably have spent the winter thinking about all the things you’ll get to do in the warm summer months. The question remains though..How do I survive summer without going broke?
The quick answer to that question is will power and determination, BUT for times when that fe...
September is here which means many people are heading back to school to hit the books. September often represents a fresh start, kind of like a secondary New Years. A fresh start with a renewed mindset after a summer break filled with patios, mimosas, beaches and BBQs. If you’ve been out of the classroom for some time,this is an opportunity to gain some new information to enhance your skillset.
Whether you want to advance in your career, transition into another industry or just expand your knowledge, lifelong learning is going to be one of your vital keys to success. Learn-to-Earn. Whether it’s a course, certification or a refresher of some sort, the more you know keeps you up to speed with competition in the world of work. I acknowled...
Learning, living and figuring out one day at a time that ignorance is not in-fact bliss…especially when it comes to your money. I’ve thought long and hard about the three most important money lessons I’ve learned by twenty-five; and I’ve come here to share them with you.
The world is constantly changing. We don’t have the same opportunities our parents did.
Millennials. We’re forging our own paths, in different ways and trying times. The old ways aren’t working anymore. It’s time to be intentional with our choices, our money and our financial literacy. Knowledge is power, so let me share some of mine with you.
Lesson One: Face the music.
It’s time to look at the statement. Open up your app or web browser…whate...