Our Money has Gone

By | February 6th, 2018|Money Psychology, Retirement, Saving Money|

We were away with a bunch of friends over the weekend and among the topics that got thrashed around (besides the Sevens, the cricket and a bit of music) was this very topic.  No, I [...]

Can You Budget to Become WEALTHY?

By | February 2nd, 2018|Money Beliefs, Money Psychology|

So, you want to be wealthy or financially free or financially independent (or whatever the term you use).  So, what are you doing to get there? What is your plan?  What steps are you taking [...]

RICH or WEALTHY?

By | January 23rd, 2018|Money Beliefs, Money Psychology|

The question of, “Are you Rich or are you Wealthy?” is explored in Paul Sullivan’s intriguing book The Thin Green Line.  In case you don’t have time to read 215 pages, I will share with you [...]

Can Your Relationship Survive Christmas?

By | December 12th, 2017|Money Psychology|

Christmas.  A festive time of giving, eating and celebrate time with family.  Relax and enjoy time with the ones you love.  Sound’s idyllic doesn’t it and for many families it is.  But for some couples [...]

Money or Time

By | December 5th, 2017|Money and Happiness, Money and Relationships, Money Psychology|

Quite a dilemma isn't it.  We work hard to earn the money to give us the good things in life but then we don’t have the time to enjoy them because we are working too [...]

3 Ways to Improve Your Money Happiness

By | November 30th, 2017|Money and Happiness, Money and Relationships, Money Psychology|

"l'll be happy when I get the pay rise" or "I'll be happy when .........,"   insert whatever the word is for you.  Why do so many of us wait to be happy?  What is wrong [...]

How to Find Happiness Now

By | November 22nd, 2017|Money and Happiness, Money and Relationships, Money Psychology|

Happiness is neither a feeling nor a thought. Rather, happiness is a state (you may find it easier to imagine a backdrop). Unfortunately, there is no permanence in happiness. You may have it at one [...]

Rich and Grumpy!

By | November 16th, 2017|Couples and money, Money and Happiness, Money Psychology|

There is nothing better than having a break away and getting away for a few days.  Leaving behind all the chores, taking time out from the business and instead seeing new places - or sometimes [...]

Your Financial Journey

By | November 6th, 2017|Couples and money, Saving Money|

And that's what this is all about.  Knowing where you are right now financially and where you need to be, so you can be financially independent. This is the last blog in our series Nearly [...]

Know You are Marrying the right Person

By | October 26th, 2017|Couples and money, Money and Relationships, Money Psychology|

You know you are marrying the right person when you have mastered these 10 features of a successful relationship. Keeping with our ‘Nearly and Newly Weds’ theme, our guest blogger this week is Relationship and [...]