I’ve gotten so many emails and enquiries over the past few months about whether I’ll ever host a Millennial Money Meetup outside of Toronto, and now I’m super excited to share that YES, I WILL! And not only that, I’ll be hosting it in my hometown of Vancouver on Monday, Sept. 18 with one of my favourite people Cait Flanders!
Millennials get a lot of flack for job-hopping these days, but have you ever considered that doing the opposite, staying at a job for too long, could actually be financially unhealthy?
A few years ago, this piece from Elite Daily went viral and almost made my head pop off. With the cheeky title “If You Have Savings in Your 20s, You’re Doing Something Wrong,” I read it hoping that it was a sarcastic take on how millennials should really buck up and start paying attention to their money. Continue Reading
This past weekend was Canada Day weekend, and besides it being my country’s 150th birthday, it also marked 4 years since my husband and I started a new life together in Toronto. Continue Reading
I can’t believe we’ve already arrived at the end of Season 4 of the Mo’ Money Podcast. With 114 episodes and 2 years of podcasting under my belt, I can honestly say that starting this podcast has hands-down been one of the best decisions I ever made. Continue Reading
Is there really that big of a difference between managing your money as a millennial compared to being a Gen Xer or Baby Boomer? As a millennial who has read numerous personal finance blogs and books, have attended my fair share of finance conferences, and have been writing and interviewing others on personal finance for over 5 years now, my answer is yes, yes and a BIG yes! Continue Reading