With a list of 23 goals (and counting) for 2018, I’ve got achievement on the brain. So today, I’m going to walk you through how to achieve anything and everything you want...as long as it’s physically possible.
To want to cook, the situation has to be pretty ideal. Preferably it would be in my parents’ beautiful kitchen, with fresh ingredients, while feel like I have all the time in the world. It’s just not practical for day to day life!
Photo by rawpixel.com on Unsplash On Tuesday, I gave some pretty strong opinions about traditional office jobs and showed my enormous bias in favour of freelance work. And a lot of you may have thought: “great, rub it in our faces a little more, don’t worry about actually trying to help us or anything.”... Continue Reading →
When I graduated from University, I would have done ANYTHING to get a 9-5! Working shifts at retail stores, never having a holiday off, and having my income largely determined by the whim of the cruel shadow society known as “Head Office” had me feeling real bitter.
I figured it’s time to FINALLY put my money where my mouth is (pun kind of intended) and give you an update on my financial prowess. I’ll go over the same seven tips from the last financial article and let you know how I’m doing.
If you’ve held any job for basically any amount of time, then you’ve probably felt unappreciated at one point or another. I know I have.
I’m not gonna lie, I’ve been dreading this post. This week I’m feeling especially horrible about my spending habits. Last week I spent over $40 on random books
For me, there is no bigger demon to face than my personal finances. It seems that as an adult, it’s just one of those things that I should be good at. I mean, children call me ma’am; shouldn’t that give me an automatic ability? This is really embarrassing to admit, but I’m more of what... Continue Reading →