I’ve been listening a bit to “wake up to money” on the way to work in the morning and it certainly is an eye-opener. Advertisements
We are just back from a week’s holiday in the North of Italy. So great a trip was it that we would consider moving there – skiing in Winter, sun in summer, great food and even well behaved drivers. But is holidaying very different from real life? Our holiday was great- 6 nights at a […]
Years ago I went on holiday for 2 weeks and didn’t bring my phone. It was about 2011 or 12 but looking back – it didn’t seem that big a deal but it is nowadays.
July was an expensive month! A great month for what we did together but some long time coming spending came to bite us. It was also the 1 year blog anniversary – I hope you’ve enjoyed reading.
This weekend we had our first guests from AirBnB in a year. How did it go and will we stick with it?
Today during my lunch break I went into a Gregg’s and tried one of their vegan sausage roll. It’s been on the news and in the press; so how was this meat-free pastry?
I overheard a colleague today talking about the repair bill for his car “I’ve just paid off the holiday and this comes out of the blue! I cannae believe it”.
Many in the FI community detest DEBT and I do see its uses but I don’t like how we actually use it. The worst situation to be in is to have someone wanting to borrow money from you – what should you do?
Ok, ok I’m a day late but I thought I would quickly share some thoughts on Financial Independence Awareness Day. The 25th of April (or April the 25th – 425) represents the 4% SWR and 25 times annual income needed to become FI. Introduced by GetRichQuickish it’s an awareness day and here’s what FI means […]
I am a fan of P2P lending and I’ve been investing for over a decade – through the good times, the bad times and the ugly times. It’s a good way to turbocharge your investments with high rates of return – but watch out you don’t ignore a golden rule of investing – where there’s […]