5 Tips for Guilt-Free Spending on the Things You Want

Guestpost by Tawnya Redding We all understand the concept of wants vs. needs and that we should prioritize our needs before spending money on the things we want. We also know that most financial pundits will harp on the necessity of living within our means, even if it means sacrificing almost all of our wants. … More 5 Tips for Guilt-Free Spending on the Things You Want

How to Spend Your Money Guilt-Free On The Things You Love with Larry (And Many Others!)

Money is Also There to be Spent, Enjoy it! Today is this season’s last podcast episode. Like last year, I am taking a break from podcasting for the summer and the show will be back in September with new fresh interviews. I will nevertheless remain active on social media and will publish a couple of … More How to Spend Your Money Guilt-Free On The Things You Love with Larry (And Many Others!)

How to take control of your finances with Qube Money

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

A journey to FIRE and dealing with Wealth Guilt with Mrs. Miller

The FIRE (Financial Independent, Retire Early) movement has gained traction in the last 10 years and Mrs. Miller stumbled upon the movement a couple of years ago. This sparked her interest and as she started to read blogs and articles on the topic, she started to blog about her journey to FIRE on her blog http://www.millersonfire.com. We will talk about her journey, how she changed her spending habits over the years, and how she saves/invests her money. In the second part of the episode we also talk about the feeling of “Wealth Guilt”, Mrs. Miller is thriving in her career and her salary has increased over the years, nevertheless, when she reached a certain threshold, she started to feel guilty about doing so well financially. We discuss why this feeling kicked in and how to overcome it. … More A journey to FIRE and dealing with Wealth Guilt with Mrs. Miller