Archive for July, 2010
Posted on 30. Jul, 2010 by Forest.
This is an interesting guest post from David Brown who writes for We Redefine. Letting a financial adviser take over the reigns can be a very tempting proposition. We all want to be taken care of, don’t we? That’s why most people prefer to have a finance guy or a finance girl to handle their [...]
Posted on 28. Jul, 2010 by Forest.
Many couples have had a torrid financial time over the last couple of years. Job insecurities, along with rising debt, and a general economic down-turn have left many severely out of pocket. This shortage of money does not have to mean your social life, and more importantly your leisure time together as a couple should [...]
Posted on 26. Jul, 2010 by Forest.
I’ve been trying to cut back on things recently and really hone in on this whole minimalism thing but just take a look at that tatty t-shirt in the picture on the right. I have plenty of t-shirts and really don’t need to hold onto this anymore…. The problem is it holds sentimental value. As [...]
Posted on 23. Jul, 2010 by Forest.
For any of you that have been following you will know that I was doing the Insanity Home Workout. Just before I left for Sweden I actually finished the first round of the program but only now (3 weeks later) have I got round to posting the results….. Before I get into the numbers I [...]
Posted on 19. Jul, 2010 by Forest.
This is a guest post by Jesse Michelsen from the awesome blog Personal Finance Firewall. I was supposed to publish it while on vacation but did not get the time! Anyway it’s a fantastic post that many of us can truly relate too and I hope you take the time to let Jesse and I [...]
Posted on 11. Jul, 2010 by Forest.
I was just reading a very interesting article on MSN named “They could have been billionaires: A flash of brilliance is not enough“. Now it doesn’t strike me as that amazing that so many people missed out on being billionaires but it is amazing for what many people did miss out on it for. The [...]