Let me tell you a story about money. This time it’s about trying to track it down and the wrong bank. It’s all a bit ridiculous. [Read more…]
It was one of those conversations that just come up when you have coffee with a friend and you’re both self-employed. Kerry mentioned to me that a blogger had said on Twitter that your 20s are the most expensive decade of your life. [Read more…]
New day, new ep of Sip & Bitch – this week, On the podcast we talk Netflix binging, social media breaks and FOMO and how cellphones bring families together because BABY PICTURES!
I’m a huge fan of passive things – income, savings and budgeting. Look, I’m a bit lazy when it comes to these things and I like them to tick over without me having to look at them every single day. This is where the first of three money-saving apps come in. [Read more…]
If you’ve been asked to become a godparent to a child, you might have felt pleased and honoured. Your next thought might have been, “What exactly does that mean?” [Read more…]
“Let’s do a podcast!” said I.
“Let’s do a podcast!” said Diane.
“We’re doing the damn podcast.” [Read more…]
Toronto is rife with consignment stores and most of them do tend to be in Queen West. But if you’re willing to travel north of Bloor, there is a treasure trove of consignment stores in what’s called Midtown. [Read more…]
Let me tell you a story that started four years ago. Actually, it started nearly 20 years ago when I immigrated to Canada.