Something I like to do when I get nervous is count my marbles. Looking at the numbers and looking at my savings gives me reassurance that won’t be broke like I was once and that I have some breathing room to be JUST FINE regardless of what curve balls I come across in life. I’m feeling quite nervous regarding my income status these days and […]
This post has been lined up in my drafts for a while, so I’m going to hit publish on it today to get it out there. Please share with me any awesome articles, recent or not! During our research for our around the world trip last year (Nov/Dec 2017) we came across this link; Shanghai Tower We visited this building and saw this sight, during […]
Nothing exciting here, just topping off my RRSP for the end of year deadline! Which tipped my monthly dividend + interest income over $300 each month. Woohoo! :D:D:D:D via GIPHY It’s only a couple of years ago that $100/month of passive income was a goal I had had for a loooooooong time, I set it when I started blogging back in 2010… which is 9 […]
Happy Monday everyone! I know it’s not Monday but it was a long weekend here on PEI, so today is definitely monday-y! Last month I wrote an entry on exploring a world without meat. It was probably a bit random given this is a personal finance blog most of the time. 😮 Today marks 1,440 hours (thank you phone timer! haha) , or approximately 60 […]
My gosh you guys, I wrote a quick little post in December on how my 2018 went. It’s time I do an actual full update and set some new goals! I didn’t update a whole lot through 2018 as I was much too busy being my workaholic self to bother with writing nonsense on the internet. 😉 I did note that I went from about […]
My grandfather really used to love coming here, my grandmother did too. It’s a marina and shipyard and also swimming hole in the province I’m from, Groningen, the Netherlands. It faces the Wadden Sea. We visited again recently last October and it was a beautiful evening.
i wrote about my adventure with Lending Loop a year orso ago, I know many folks have had positive experiences with them but I’ve chosen this week to stop investing in any loans and withdraw funds as they become available, it will take some time to get all my principal back… assuming the majority of borrowers repay as planned. So, why am I withdrawing? I’m […]