In this post I share the beginning of my journey on the journey towards FIRE or Financially Independent Retired Early.
Today I'm going to share with you some fun, goal based ways to save!
Welcome back to the second part of the 'Books and Your Money Series'!
Hello! Welcome back to Millennial Money Journal! In today’s edition, we’re not going to be talking about any successes, but a recent financial failure I’ve encountered. Or maybe a roadblock if you will. In October, I started a No-Spend Month Challenge. As the name suggests, it’s a challenge where aside from basic needs of food, shelter, … Continue reading I failed a No-Spend Challenge and here’s what I learned
Debt repayment is never easy and there's always a lot to learn and do. Here's my lessons to help make your journey a little easier.
Credit Card debt. We all have seen this happen to us or someone we know. But there is another way!
Budgeting can be difficult at the start. Especially when you have perfectionist tendencies stopping you from trying out new things and rolling with the punches. After 120 days, here's what I've learnt along the way to build my habit.
Hello blonglings! Welcome back to my blog. On this glorious day, I'm going to be introducing a new category on my blog called 'Books and Your Money'. Here I'm going to share with you details about personal finance books that I read and apply to my life. I'm going to share with you about what … Continue reading Books and Your Money: Becoming an “Automatic Millionaire”
Patience is the foundation towards building your financial independence castle. We're all desperately wishing and hoping our money would double or triple without any effort or wait! But not being patient with your money is what's keeping you from saving.
Your next step to financial freedom and relief: building an emergency fund!