Mobile phone plans are increasingly expensive, especially when they are plans linked to the latest smartphone handset
There are ten things I absolutely refuse to buy. Sure, there are other things I don’t LIKE buying, but these ten are non negotiable!
I love working out. Being fit is an important part of staying healthy; weight training has made me strong and I enjoy running and cycling on sunny days. But going to the gym was becoming such a pain, and eating
To me being self sustainable means knowing how to do certain things, and being able to teach yourself to do things you don’t know (you know, otherwise called being an adult)
realistically you should only insure against things which are going to destroy you financially, like your house burning down. Driving your car into the back of a $300,000 Ferrari is going to be a bad day; but with appropriate third party property insurance it’s not going to ruin your life.
Setting a grocery budget is a simple skill that everyone should have. The first step is to make a plan, as if your anything like me, going to the shops for food without a plan (especially if I’m hungry) results in a lot of impulse buying and unnecessary spending
Whole Food Plant Based dieting (or WFPB) is pretty chilled out food concept. There is nothing hard and fast, but as a general philosophy you try and maximise your consumption of Whole Foods, which are generally unprocessed or unrefined foods, and also Plant based foods (which pretty obviously come from plants – like fruits and vegetables).
Cars are a huge cost. Between buying, registering, insuring, driving, maintaining and all the taxes like stamp duty and tollways that are associated with car ownership, the list of expenses seem to go on forever.
Getting rid of your extra stuff is awesome. Selling the stuff you don’t want anymore gets you money which you can spend on the things you do want, and decluttering opens up room and lets you make better use of your space.
So you’ve paid your bond and got the keys… now what?!