Regardless of my assertions that I’m throwing caution to the wind and doing wtf I want with my money while on my vacation, I am, in fact, still budgeting and still watching every penny. At this point in my life, after so many years of careful penny-pinching, I couldn’t possibly just start throwing euros around [...]
I foolishly scheduled this to post on January 12th instead of February 12th. Lesson? No more scheduled posts!
Back in December, I was told that I have a problem with my blood sugar that needed to be managed in order to put off diabetes for as long as possible. It’s not a big deal — [...]
I was failing at the internet last week and accidentally scheduled this to post on January 11th instead of February 11th. I’m reposting it now AND you will have a brand new post later on today because I am nice like that
This was originally posted on my old blog back in September 2009.
In the last federal budget, the Conservative government announced that it was doing away with the pennies. I jumped for joy and was, once again, proud of my country’s monetary policies.
In the intervening months however, the general public have gone nuts about three main misconceptions over the abolition of the penny. [...]
I’ve recently been on a few shopping binges — because nothing says “I’m unemployed!” like being in a suburban mall at 11am. Here’s my suggestion for all stores:
Say I want to buy a dress. I can go to Store A that sells off-beat dresses, Store B which sells classic dresses, Store [...]
Ah yes! After having read through (or not) a 2000+ word post on my personal 2012 in review, I’m sure you’re excited for this — my 2012 financial year in review!
I spent under $15 000. I am officially awesome.
The final tally comes in at…… $14 [...]
*New posting schedule! I will now be posting Mondays, Tuesday and Thursdays with link time on Saturdays*
Want a sure-fire, yet simple way to avoid having your identity stolen — don’t keep you SIN/SSN card in your wallet!
As I might have mentioned in previous posts, I have a student loan.
While the amount is small by some accounts, it is fairly large by Quebec standards. I’m in a place where college tuition is free and university costs a bit over $2000 a year. Nevertheless, when I was offered an interest-free loan, I [...]
I’m the first to admit that I eat out, a lot.
This habit of eating out stems from when I was in Cegep and had 8am-6pm classes three times a week. I could bring my lunch but I would also need a second breakfast, afternoon snacks, a dinner and a snack for [...]
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