A few quick and easy tips to save money without actually thinking about it. Routines can be a money savers biggest friend and we show you how to get into them.
We look at 5 things you can do with your left over savings. Ranging from paying down debt to turning your $5000 into $14,922.31 instantly!
Ridiculous ways to save money that are only for the true money saving frugal heads out there.
I’m pretty sure I’ve cost my parents every single cent of the million it is estimated it costs to have a child. I’m not proud of it, but I am realistic. I got music lessons, school uniforms and lots of presents at Christmas. I was certainly not a cheap child.
There are a lot of myths out there. Some, like Sam Worthington’s most recent turn as Perseus, are well worth engaging with. Others, like the ones below inspired by Your Credit Advisor, are simply things we tell ourselves to make ourselves feel better. Trouble is, they don’t really make us feel much better and generally […]
As I write this, I must admit to being absolutely starved. Instead of getting off the couch and moving to my fridge, which I estimate the whole of five metres away, I would prefer to sit here in hunger and revel in my laziness. The same goes for paying my phone bills, calling friends I […]
Parents bewail them, grandparents remember them and children appear to not have any of them. Manners. When confronted with a small army of cutlery at a fancy restaurant, what knife should you use? What wine glass for which wine? And should men open doors for women, or is that a faux par? Manners and etiquette […]
Remember back in high school, when you used to hang out with the girl who would be all smiles and laughter and then ditch you as soon as a cute guy walked past? Or when your mate seemed to be more interested in your developed collection of Xbox games than your company when he came […]
Understanding the psychology behind why we spend money is an ongoing battle, an albatross around the necks of our budgets, a learning curve that continues to curve away from us. Yet Career Overview has come to the rescue with some new tips and tricks on how best to understand your spending, and avoid it from […]
Habits are pesky things- they lurk in my subconscious, masquerading as part of my identity. Changing a habit may sound easy, but in reality is very difficult to do. This goes a long way in explaining why I struggle with saving money.
That’s right- accepting bargains implicitly may cost you money in the end. I know, I wish I could get my story straight too. Here I am, spouting save, save, save, and now I’m telling you there are some things you just have to invest the money in. Why? Because some things will cost you money […]
Personal finance advice will always centre on the idea of loving and using what you have, and to stop aspiring for more. That’s great advice for appreciating the great things around you, but could you take that advice one step further? Could you actually cut your consumption in half, and still love the life you […]
How to travel without spending a heap of money. The guide to cheap travel and not over spending.
There’s always a good reason for your first credit card. You’re heading overseas, and want an emergency back up. You’ve just gotten your first job. You’re making a big purchase and want to pay it off slowly. Everyone else has one.
You’ve just gotten your first job out of school and university, and for the first time you can afford cocktails at your local bar. The handbag you’ve always wanted is somehow now within reach, and the improvements you wanted to make to your car (i.e. a subwolfer) are a possible dream. So, you go and […]