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4 Tips to Save Money

Hidden expenses are everywhere, sometimes they are part of our routine and we don’t realize how much they can hurt our finances. Here is a list of 4 tips to save money, cut some expenses and put that money towards your debt or savings: 1. Stop wasting food When we don’t consume that $4 cauliflower …

Storage Bins for Everyday Use

Tired of having a mess everywhere? To be able to keep an organized home, every single item needs to have its own place. Storage bins are a great way to put similar items together and designate a forever sport for the container. Benefits You will know where to look first when you need a certain …

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Weekend Productivity Tips

If you ever struggle during weekdays on things like cooking, house chores and work, this is a great piece of advice for you! Weekdays are usually dedicated to our jobs and families. Weekends may be for relaxing and getting ready for next week; even more now with these 5 Weekend Productivity tips! Here is the …

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Monthly Challenge: February 2021

No coffee, only tea No TV Sunday to Thursday Write 2 posts per week Why is a monthly challenge so important? 28 to 31 days is long enough for our bodies to adapt to new movements and behaviours, like exercising. If done frequently, it creates mental strength as our mind muscles will be exercised often. …

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A Retirement Savings Benefit Guide

We all have heard that we should start saving at some point. But, why? Here is a quick retirement savings benefit guide to get you started on those savings now! The sooner you start, the bigger your savings and interest will compound If you don’t know what compound interest is, check out my post! Because …

Why is my net worth important?

Why is my net worth important?

Your net worth means the positive amount of money that you own across all your assets, minus what you owe. It is important because it will give you an idea of how close you are to retirement. The overall goal to reach financial independence or retirement is to have enough income to support your life …

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How to be Grateful for 2020

Although most of us have experienced a different world for most of 2020; our lives, feelings, thoughts and experiences are different. We all look at life through a different lens. Gratitude heals and brings feelings of peace. We can’t be angry when we are grateful for our lives. Gratitude brings us to the present and …

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Decluttering for Beginners

Start small but start. If you plan your days, weeks or months, write it down on a specific day that works for you. Pick an area or section of your house, it could be the nightstand in your bedroom, a kitchen drawer or the whole basement. If you don’t know where to start, pay attention …

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RESP: Tips, Strategy and Performance

The Registered Education Savings Plan or RESP, is a great channel for Canadian parents to start saving on their children’s education from a very early age. Think about a savings account but with some additional restrictions and benefits where the child is the beneficiary of the account. I won’t go much into detail about what …