Dating and Relationships
I know that some readers don't really like reading posts about relationships or my dating life (and [more]
5 Easy Wins to Begin Your Personal Finance Journey
A couple weeks ago on The Money Mastermind Show we talked about how to get started, which isn’t so [more]
Spender + Saver = Bad Combination?
I don't mean to be the bearer of bad news (well, not like anyone really gives a hoot!) but I think t [more]
Wedding vs Eloping vs Destination Wedding…Thoughts
Don't worry guys, I am not getting married any time soon...but with everyone getting married left ri [more]
How to Split the Costs of Dating
In a perfect world, money would not be an issue. Or maybe if I had a perfect personality (instead of [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]
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]
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]
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]
Over brunch one day in the summer, my late 20's friend told me that her dream engagement ring would [more]
Finances and Relationships
As many of you know, since my relationship ended with my ex, I have been on a dating rampage.  I th [more]
Birth Control on the Cheap: Revisited
I thought I would add a more detailed spin to the post in 2011 I had on birth control on the cheap : [more]
And This is Why I’m Going to be Single Forever
I recently read some great posts from both Nelson from Financial Uproar (yeah, who knew that nelson [more]
Is Paying for Online Dating Worth It?
USA Today says that 1 in 3 marriages now start online. So with my worries for my future expiring [more]
Help Us Plan Our Destination Wedding
Apparently I can’t procrastinate this stuff anymore.  The torture of an incredibly awkward social [more]
Five Benefits of Separate Checking Accounts
Many couples combine their finances when they marry, including merging their respective checking acc [more]
Move In Together or Not?
70% of U.S. couples now cohabitate before marriage, according to Psychology Today.  So far in my da [more]
Family Law Act: Common Law Couples in BC
Although this only applies to my fellow British Columbians, it is important to note that as of March [more]
Because I’ve never been in a position where an RRSP loan made a lot of sense I never considered al [more]
Career versus Family: Do We Have to Choose?
As I get closer and closer to the ripe (haha) old age of 30, I am feeling my biological clock starti [more]