Saving Money by Shopping Online?
I was being all intelligent by listening to CBC on the radio the other day and one of the radio show [more]
Do We Suck at Personal Finance Because We Suck At Math?
“I just don’t get Math!” “Well, there is no use studying math, you’re either good at it [more]
Since last month, investments that I have purchased have been doing pretty good already (everything [more]
15 Steps to Knowing Personal Finance as Well as Eh Canadian
Canadians are some of the biggest personal finance buffs in the world.  Everyone says so.  I mean [more]
Should We Turn Student Loans Into Student Grants?
And here I thought Newfies only caught fish and drilled for oil ;)… It turns out that when moti [more]
Luang Prabang on a Low Budget
I'm sorry for the non-catchy title of this post, but I had to fit in some alliteration somewhere in [more]
Book Review: The Leader Who Had No Title: A Modern Fable on Real Success in Business and in Life
This is the first self-help business/ financial book I have read in a while.  I have been meaning t [more]
Chiang Mai on the Cheap
Chiang Mai is a city in Northern Thailand that has recently gained momentum as being a hotspot desti [more]
Take Control of Your Tax Bracket I hope the Canada Revenue Agency doesn’t come after me for wri [more]
Dividend Income Update March 2014
As some of you dividend lovers may have noticed, I haven't posted an update on my dividend portfolio [more]
Busan on a Budget
Busan is South Korea's second largest city, with a population of 3.6 million inhabitants (according [more]
My Credit Card Rewards Canadian Travel Hack Plan of Attack
Alright I admit it, I have an addictive personality. When I was under the age of 19, I used to bu [more]
I had to do the calculations three times to double check the numbers because that did not seem possi [more]
What is On Your Travel Bucket List?
Obviously this post isn't about saving money or living a frugal lifestyle because it is about spendi [more]
Cuba on the Cheap
I went on a last minute (yes, the ultimate last minute trip) to Cuba.  I booked four days in advanc [more]
Where to Spend Most of the Wedding Budget?
Unfortunately, not all of us can afford to have a lavish $50,000 to $100,000 wedding (nor should we, [more]
3 Ways Renting in your Twenties Will Help Your Retirement
I was watching my boy Preet Banerjee on Global News the other day and wasn’t surprised to hear him [more]
Is Debt a Deal Breaker?
When you are dating you try your best to suss out the other person to see if they are compatible wit [more]
Ermigod.  I seriously.  Need. To. Stop spending.  Things will get back to normal after I come bac [more]
Valentine’s Day Date Ideas that Won’t Break the Bank
Valentine's Day is one of those days that there is so much pressure to perform (uhhhhh in more ways [more]