There’s a clear line when people talk about debt – there’s the good kind and the bad kind. When you borrow $800,000 to buy a million-dollar home in Vancouver, people congratulate you and throw you a housewarming party. On the other hand, wrack up $8000 in credit card debt and people are standing in line to boo and hiss. God knows I’ve fallen … [Read more...] about Are you falling into the good debt trap?
Hey everyone, welcome to Friday's Sweet Savage Love. I take this time to talk about my favourite link loves for the week and then highlight only the finest cheesy romances that Harlequin has to offer (I love cheesy romances and see no reason not to inflict them on my larger audience). Check out my favourite blog posts below: Blonde on a Budget … [Read more...] about Friday’s Sweet Savage Love: Vol 1
It’s a brand new year and people every where are busily going about their New Year’s resolutions. They are going to the gym, attending church, being nicer to mom and building budgets. It’s the same thing every year and we’re all really great at it for the first three weeks for January. After that, most of us start falling back into our old … [Read more...] about Are New Year’s Resolutions Worth It?
Have you ever wondered whether all that money you're paying to insurance policies will ever actually pay off? If you're like me, you might spend the majority of your time being vaguely annoyed that your handing over hundreds of dollars every month to pay for that all-mighty "what if" that people keep telling you about. You know the "what ifs" … [Read more...] about Insurance Hero Says Get Coverage For Your What Ifs
Are you one of those people who, as you entered your tween years, began thinking about retirement planning, or even went so far as to formulate and implement a retirement savings plan? If so, you might think that this post probably isn’t going to be your cup of tea. To put it bluntly, however, you would be wrong. You see, good retirement plans … [Read more...] about Retirement Planning for Every Stage of Life