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Five ways to improve your financial position by becoming money smart

January 2020

How-to declutter your home with a minimalist approach

Clearing clutter from your home is a great exercise in letting go. It’s the perfect time to evaluate what you have, what you don’t need, and be grateful for the items that bring you the most joy. There are other benefits when clearing clutter from…

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Five core financial principles that lead to wealth — for anyone

Here are some of the most important money lessons I’ve learned — handily boiled down to the five best financial principles to live by. These have been pressure tested and highly researched and they work for anyone, at any income level, no matter what your…

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You need an emergency fund — but you can make it work for you too

The best practice around emergency funds is that you should have at least three months’ worth of critical household expenses (rent or mortgage, condo fees, utilities, groceries, etc.) set aside in case an emergency happens. The exception is if you are heavily indebted, in which…

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We challenge you to 30 days of no-spending

Have you ever taken a month off of spending? We’ve got tips on how to successfully pull it off.    Every year, after the holidays are finally over, I go on a 30-day spending detox. I do it for three reasons: First, it’s an excellent…

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