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Financial Freedom Book Review – A Proven Path To All The Money You Will Ever Need

This post may contain affiliate links.   In 2010, at the age of 24, Grant Sabatier woke up one morning and decided to check his bank account. With all of his accounts combined, he had $2.26 to his name. In that moment, he realised he needed to make some changes… Some big changes!   So, […]

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8 ways to save money on heating and cooling

8 Ways To Save Money On Heating And Cooling Your Home

This is a guest post by James Pointon for Open Agent.   Heating and cooling can take up a large chunk of your energy bill, so finding ways to minimise these costs can save you a lot of money. As an added benefit, if you ever decide to sell your property, some of these methods […]

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Cash Rewards Review – Australian Cashback App

This post may contain affiliate links. Please read my disclaimer for more information.   One of the great advantages of shopping online these days is access to cashback and rewards apps. These apps allow you to earn a percentage of cashback on purchases you make, such as holidays or simply your groceries.   In the […]

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Automate your finances and save time and money

10 Ways to Automate your Finances — And Save Time and Money

This is a guest post written by Melissa Glidden for givingassistant.org.   Working toward financial freedom doesn’t have to be stressful. We’re now living in an age, where technology can help make managing money quick and easy. Just pick up any smart device or browse the web and you can connect with hundreds of apps or websites […]

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I Guest Posted: Career vs Side Hustle – Rockstar Finance

Every so often, I have the privilege of guest posting or undertaking an interview on another Personal Finance site.    A while back, I wrote a guest post for Rockstar Finance’s Money Match-up series. These posts are where two Personal Finance bloggers argue opposite sides of a topic.   Below are a few snippets from this […]

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New Year Resolutions 2019

New Year Resolutions 2019

The new year tends to inspire a renewed motivation within us to be proactive and take control of our lives. So many of us make a new year resolution with the greatest intentions. Sometimes we achieve these goals. Sometimes we get to the end of the year and forget what it was we said we’d […]

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Successes and failures on our financial freedom journey thus far

Our Top 5 Money Successes and Failures of 2018

As 2019 is fast approaching, now is the perfect opportunity to reflect on the year that was.   2018 was a great year for kicking financial goals. As you’ll see below, we made some great strides forward on our financial freedom journey.   However, as you’ll also see, we are still flawed consumers and have […]

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A Firm Grasp on Your Personal Finances: 8 Clever Tricks to Keep Your Spending in Check

Nothing justifies the statement ‘easier said than done’ more than saving money. At the beginning of the month, you outline how wisely you want to spend your income – but, in the end, you realise that you spent way more than you had planned.   Overspending is a habit that inhibits the saving efforts of […]

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Share The Dignity This Christmas

It is well known that helping others generally increases our own well being. However, did you know that this belief is backed up by research?   In a study published in Nature Communications, it was demonstrated that acts of altruism, such as giving money or items of use to those in need, makes us happier […]

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Beer O’Clock Brewing Sessions: Interview No. 4 with Clint from NextGen Wealth

Welcome to the Beer O’Clock Brewing Sessions interview series. This series is designed to provide insight into the world of home brewing for beer loving frugal folk who want to save their pennies, but aren’t willing to give up beer to achieve financial freedom!   The fourth interview in the series is with Clint from […]

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