Hi!!! *excited wave*
I’m back because apparently I can’t just give up blogging. How crazy. Anyways. Here’s the situation:
a) AdSense has disabled by account because so fool has been going around click-bombing people and Google is all “you can’t prove suspicious activity? Well, guilty until proven innocent!” Google, I can’t even set up an IP-mask, [...]
Jessica has been in Thailand for the past week or so but before she left she asked for guest posts. I love guest posting so I jumped at the opportunity and voila! here we are.
The PF community seems to love common law marriage. Something about being with someone forever without the cost [...]
I often lament the fact that I was never taught personal finance. If anything, I was taught that credit card debt was normal, that having a giant mortgage and borrowed down payment was smart and that leasing cars was a good and cheap way to always have something new and reliable. Recently, I began thinking [...]
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 [...]
Wow. 2012. Wow.
Here were my 2012 goals:
Rent a flute: Nope. I pretty much abandoned this goal in July
Join the gym: Yes! I joined back in March when I noticed that my weight was starting to get the best of me Quit job #1: Yes! I quit my job in May Take [...]
While at Christmas dinner yesterday, a recurrent theme came up: What are I going to do now that I’ve graduated university. My joke response was “Well, so far, I’ve been unemployed since Thursday and have been to NYC and Atlantic City so I guess traveling and gambling it is!” and multiple people suggested that I [...]
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 [...]
This is going to be a bit of a personal post. Also, go check out my new About Me page!
My entire working life has been dedicated to saving money for tuition. I got my first job when I decided to go to the University of Ottawa, I got my second [...]
Today in the wonderful land of Canada, we celebrate Thanksgiving. Until our neighbours in the States, who have a clearly defined Turkey Day (Thursday), we sort of have a whole weekend during which I used to consume many turkeys.
This year I’m single (woo!) which, unfortunately, means that I don’t get turkey at my in-laws [...]
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