Unfortunately, slotting a handful of gold coins in a piggy bank at the end of the day won’t get you much further than across the road for a coffee. In order to get that South of France tan, you need to know how to budget – and budget well.
Fortunately for you, we’ve put together a list of tips and tricks that’ll get you halfway around the world before you can say ‘Brexit’, simply follow these seven steps.
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Even at the best of times, relationships can be difficult. Although most of us seek true love and that tale of ‘happily ever after’, it’s a total myth that if you find just the right person to spend your life with, you’ll never experience any conflict.
Even if you are with a very special someone who’s really suited to you, it’s never smooth sailing all the time. But there’s something that really can spell troubled waters for many, many couples:
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Millennials are under pressure and in a hurry. They face quite a few pressing issues in this meteorically fast-moving 21st century. The cost of living is high, job security is low, and it’s a fact that they are more stressed than the other living generations.
So what could be the antidote for these young Millennials and professionals who are looking into an uncertain future in this volatile world?
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Turn to any page of a newspaper real estate pullout and you’ll probably feel a hefty kick to the kidney. In case you haven’t noticed, Australian housing prices are high.
But what a lot of Australians don’t also realise is that right now in Australia, because of this insane seller’s market, renters are actually winners. Here are 10 reasons to feel better about renting in Australia.
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Merriam-Webster defines addiction as a “compulsive need” to consume a “habit-forming substance”. It goes on to explain that if you’re not getting your hit, there are “symptoms upon withdrawal”. Now, glance away from your tiny little screen for a few seconds and ask yourself this question:
Are you addicted to social media?
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There are purchases that are really worthwhile, and then there are impulsive purchases that you could’ve done without, like your midnight ASOS order.
Your twenties are a great time to start investing in yourself and that involves quality purchasing decisions. And yes, that probably means spending less time in Kmart.
Here are 10 things that are worth spending money on in your 20s.
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It sounds counter-intuitive but even when you’re doing your best to be frugal and save, the most efficient thing to do is spend money – on quality everyday items. Here are 10 things to buy that will save you money in the future. Continue reading “10 things to buy that will save you money”
While a lot of the time we may preach the thrifty lifestyle with all of our helpful budgeting and money saving posts (only so you can reap the rewards of good saving habits and profitable returns, mind you), there are definitely some things worth spending good money on (and we’re not talking about double shot lattes).
Here are eight everyday items worth splurging the extra cash on.
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