An introduction to Qube Money: A modern digital cash envelope banking and App system In your day-to-day financial life, knowing what your money is used for and where it goes is an essential piece of your overall finances. This can be tackled through a budget or a spending plan. Both are the same in essence: You … More How to take control of your finances with Qube Money
When it comes to buying stuff whether I need it or if I simply want the thing, there is something I try to think about: How long will I keep it? How long can this item last? Can I keep it for life?
I am talking about things that I could potentially keep for decades and never have to buy again.
These once in a lifetime purchases will save time and money over the long haul! … More 10 Things You Will Only Need To Buy Once in Your Life
In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Sharon Tseung from Digital Nomad Quest.
Sharon left her corporate job in marketing in 2016, traveled for 2 years, and came back to the Bay Area (the area around San Francisco) where she is back into a marketing position and continues to develop her website and various income streams (which she teaches on her website).
Sharon will guide us through the process of how she left her job, how she built income streams all while traveling and actually how she even managed to save money during those 2 years! Digital nomading may not be for everyone but building passive income streams to strengthen your financial future definitely is and Sharon will help us to get started! (Yaay!) … More How to Become a Digital Nomad and build passive income at the same time with Sharon
In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Michelle from Michelle is Money Hungry.
Michelle is a fun, driven and passionate online entrepreneur from Denver, Colorado. She has been able to develop her online business through trial and errors by monetizing her own skills. Michelle will share her inspiring story following the “Do What You Can’t” approach and we will discuss how you can monetize your current skills, what are ways to do that ethically during a pandemic and the importance of developing people skills in this digital age. Michelle will provide excellent actionable tips and takes us on a fun ride!
… More How to Monetize The Skills You Already Have Ethically with Michelle
Minimalism is a topic I’ve been following in recent years and this is mostly due to the fact that I have been moving around myself from city to city. What is minimalism? What are the benefits? Should you try it as well? … More The Benefits of Minimalism: An Uncluttered Walkthrough to a More Intentional Life
In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Jerry from Peerless Money Mentor.
Despite being equipped with two degrees, Jerry found himself in too much debt and overspent on things he could not afford. He luckily refinanced some of that heavy debt and entered little by little into the personal finance space.
Jerry will share his experience on how he got into debt in the first place (From Broke Phi Broke…) and how he managed to crush it (…to Financially Woke). In the next part, we will exchange perspectives on side hustles like driving for Uber, freelancing, answering online surveys, helping companies with their social media marketing, etc. We will evaluate the pros and cons and if they make financial sense at all. … More Escaping Broke Phi Broke and Making Financial Sense of Side Hustles with Jerry
Erik explains the key idea behind The Mastermind Within and we also take a look at motivation, time management, tracking expenses, house hacking, investing in trendy opportunities such as crypto. … More How to achieve our goals through personal development and intentional living with Erik
So yes, in May of this year I purchased my conference pass and flight ticket to the Fincon conference that was held in Washington D.C last week. Yup, I flew all the way from Europe to D.C. “just for that” (Ok, I extended my stay in the US with a little vacation as well). Anyway, … More What I have learned at Fincon 2019 and how to network like a pro.
Hey there friends, Just stumbled upon this article from Budgets are Sexy that I read enthusiastically. In short, J. Money, a long-time blogger, is comparing his life and finances of 2012 to those of 2019. I thought it provided good food for thought on where I was myself 7 years ago and where I am now, and … More What has your journey been since 2012?