Teens

Kids and their Pocket Money

Kids and their Pocket Money

  For little people who don’t earn an income, it’s remarkable how often children have a little money in their pockets. From family gifts to parental allowances and beyond, there are plenty of ways those little guys find to scrounge up some cash every now and then....
Ten Ways to Simplify Your Life

Ten Ways to Simplify Your Life

 People really underestimate the value of simplicity. Simplicity allows clarity to flow freely, makes it hard to hold on to worry, and all around helps us to feel more focused and better. Yet we spend so much of our lives complicating things for ourselves that one...
Get The Adults to Leave Home

Get The Adults to Leave Home

More and more children are making the return home after college and university. Post secondary education is more expensive than ever before, and leaves kids often high in debt and without a job yet. Having them move back in may seem like the logical next step, and may...
7 Ways Millennials Can Start Saving

7 Ways Millennials Can Start Saving

Saving is something a lot of us aspire to, and less of us actually get around to doing. In saying that, it’s important to start saving, no matter what your current income level is. It’s easy to tell yourself you don’t have enough to save right now, but I bet if you...
Live smart, live savvy!

Live smart, live savvy!

A lot of us doing research right now are out for the same thing, we want to live savvy. Being savvy happens when we take smart advice and apply it, it’s just that simple. So how do you live savvy? Follow some basic principles and tips and you’ll be well on your way....
$1000 Gold Coin Challenge

$1000 Gold Coin Challenge

ee Who doesn’t like the idea of an extra $1000 in 50 weeks? I’ve come up with a saving challenge that I think is achievable and realistic for most people and it only takes your left over gold coins to do it! You simply start on any Monday and save a two...
Living Within Your Means?

Living Within Your Means?

  Living with the ability to save Learning to save is an exercise in the art of learning perspective, and what it means to manage money. You have to not only understand what it is to live within your means, but to live beneath them if you expect to grow a savings...
2017 YOUR year of freedom!

2017 YOUR year of freedom!

  A substantial portion of the population is in debt right now, every day of the year. It’s one of the most popular goals and resolutions, to get out of debt, yet so many of us never make it. Why? We are our own biggest enemy. This article is going to overview how to...
Is anxiety leading you to keep things you shouldn’t?

Is anxiety leading you to keep things you shouldn’t?

  We all get into having a bit too much stuff every now and then. It’s natural. But for some of us, hanging on to things and becoming attached to them holds a deeper significance. It means they’re having a fear or anxiety that’s actually driving that need to buy....
Getting Rich Slowly!

Getting Rich Slowly!

  We’ve all heard of (and likely dreamed up) get rich quick schemes. Winning the lottery, inheriting a fortune, finding a winning contest prize or ticket of our dreams. There are a million get rich quick schemes, and all of them are about as effective as trying to get...
What you need to know about Capsule Wardrobes

What you need to know about Capsule Wardrobes

  Capsule wardrobes have become increasingly popular within the minimalist movement, and for good reason. The idea behind a capsule wardrobe is to create a wardrobe with a few timeless, never out of style pieces, and rely primarily on it when selecting outfits. When I...
Setting up your vision board

Setting up your vision board

  A vision board is an easy to set up, yet powerful visualisation tool that reminds you what your goals in life are and manifests those pictures into feelings that activate the universal law of attraction. This law states, that we attract into our lives anything that...
What Would You Do With An Extra $2000

What Would You Do With An Extra $2000

  If you had or have an extra $2000 then there are a few ways you could use it to your advantage. What would you do with an extra $2000? Here are 7 tips to get you thinking: 1. If you have a credit card debt and are paying high interest every month on it then it’s a...
Become Great at Saving

Become Great at Saving

    “Only one who devotes himself to a cause with his whole strength and soul can be a true master. For this reason mastery demands all of a person.” – Albert Einstein Very often you’ll see blog posts or books teaching you to “master” a skill in only 10 days, or...

Terms of the Share Market

The Australian market has been great for those with the nerve to ride out its ebbs and flows. Though the second biggest collapse in history has happened, investors who stuck it out are now starting to see some substantial gains. With the markets offering such...

Investing For Beginners

Using Savings to Invest Saving is an important component of any sound financial plan. Savings happen when you spend less than you earn, whether that’s because you have an unexpected raise or because you’re curbing your spending habits. This can mean...

Free Stuff Online

  Getting things for free always feels better than paying for them. But not every one knows where to look. That’s why we’ve assembled a list of some of the top places on the web to look for free items, from furniture to services and samples. FreeStuff...
Earn or save more?

Earn or save more?

    Earn more or save more? The reality of wealth and savings Ask any child what they want to be when they grow up, and you’ll find there are several children who claim what they want to be is rich. Wealth is a common aspiration, though it is not without its own...

Fixing the iPhone battery

    The iPhone can be a God send in terms of functionality and all the cool tricks it can do. But its battery can go faster than it takes to charge it, and this isn’t always the user’s fault. I believe that most iPhone issues surrounding the battery are...

Controlling your online shopping addiction

    Online shopping is a very convenient way of buying things you may otherwise have to travel for, but don’t think you’re not paying for that convenience. Marketers are smarter than ever about this, and have totally capitalized on this by doing things...

Questions to ask yourself when buying a new phone

  Mobile phone technology has come a long way over the past few years. From shrinking in size to changing in plans, there’s a lot to consider before picking up your latest mobile. A well chosen phone can be your best friend in terms of keeping you organized and...

Saving for Teens

  Saving as a teenager: 15 tips to get you started Being a teenager is great, from having lower expenses to more free time, it’s also a great time of life to save. Saving is a great habit, but it takes time and effort to form. Using this time in your life to...

Saving Without Compromising

  Saving while you live While saving can mean sacrifice, it doesn’t have to. Just because you’re not looking to make any big lifestyle changes does not mean you can’t do anything about your spending and expenses. 1. Budget Just knowing what it is...

Why Should You Save Money?

  Why should you save? 10 great reasons to start saving Saving is often a matter of motivation. Why you should be saving could relate to your personal goals, or it could relate to one of several general reasons that apply to every one (every one should be saving)....

Money Mistakes

  The top five mistakes that most young people are making right now Every one makes mistakes, but don’t you just want to kick yourself thinking about if you only knew …. when you were younger? This article is for the young people, we’re going to show...

Top Five Tips For Money Saving Success

  Most people are not natural savers. It seems to be a lot easier to spend, and most people are quite good at naturally throwing away most of their paycheck. The truth of the matter is that a lot of this spending often goes to little purchases, the coffee you get a...
A good friend, for your finances

A good friend, for your finances

  Being a good friend, and what it means for your finances Being financially stable brings a lot of good to life. From having you feel better to ensuring you have a backup fund, it really adds to the quality of life that many people are trying to build. The problem...