You may not think that mindfulness and money have anything to do with each other, but that just means you haven’t yet listened to this episode with Leisa Peterson, Found of the Wealth Clinic and podcast host of the Art of Abundance.
I recently joined a few local Facebook groups to get an insider’s look into what’s on people’s minds when it comes to personal finance, and a big question that I saw over and over again was what are the best free chequing accounts in Canada. Continue Reading
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One of the biggest perks about working for myself is I get to say “Yes!” to some very cool opportunities that I wouldn’t have been able to if I’d stayed at my 9 to 5. One opportunity I got to take advantage of recently was being a judge for the Capital One Financial Education Challenge, which takes place through a partnership between Capital One Canada and an organization called Enactus Canada. Continue Reading
This post is sponsored by Entertainment One, however the views and opinions expressed represent my own and I only work with brands & products that I trust and believe in.
Have you ever thought about investing in gold before? I’ll be honest, I never have. Index funds? That’s how I started my investing journey. Mutual funds? Been there, done that. ETFs? My new favourite thing. Gold? Well…does my wedding ring count? Because that’s pretty much the only gold I’ve ever invested in. Continue Reading
For most of my life, I believed that self-worth and net worth went hand in hand. Without one, you couldn’t have the other. I’m sure that’s why I got into personal finance in the first place. There was nothing I wanted more than to feel good enough, valued, even envied. And the only way to attain that, I thought, was to become rich. Continue Reading
Not many people can say they got their first job at the young age of 5 years old, but my Listener Series guest Christina from Toronto isn’t like many people. She had a firm grasp on how to earn money from a very young age, which helped her when she started learning about personal finance in university. Continue Reading
Are you ready for tax time? If not, that’s okay because I’ve got the podcast episode that’s perfect for you! For episode 101, I chat with senior tax expert Lisa Gittens from H&R Block about how to prepare your return, how H&R Block professionals are trained, why their online software is free, and what are some of the top tax tips people need to know before filing their taxes this year. Continue Reading