Just about three months ago, I wrote on four smart financial decisions I had made in the past. As humans, we also make mistakes in some aspects of our lives, which include finances too. In the previous post, I mentioned how useful it was to learn from other people’s mistakes.
The health of our finances partly depends on the kind of decisions we make. When it comes to financial decisions, there are ones that can lead us into troubles at the end. Fortunately, there are others too that can improve our personal finances. We can refer to them as SMART
If you belong to the middle-class or one of the few bread-winners in your family, this piece of writing may be familiar to you then. Yeah! You may have had a bite of it already. That season is here again, when many family members, friends and acquaintances troop in to
A key point about financial independence is to figure out where our money goes. Certainly, without an appropriate plan or method, not all that we spend on can get detected. This is one reason budget becomes necessary in our personal financial management since a well-planned budget tells your money where to
My grand mum would always fight us for disposing surplus food into the waste bin. ‘It can be useful to somebody else’, she would say. After every dinner, my grand mum would be putting surplus meals together, if any, to be given to some needy kids in the neighbourhood. There