An exploration of money, mindset and a meaningful life
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Buying Shares Part 2: The What

This is the second blog post in my three-part series on buying shares. Have you read part one of this series? If not, I suggest you head on over there

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Buying Shares Part 1: The Why

There has been one thing that has been a constant and loyal companion in my journey of building wealth. And that is buying shares. I have been investing in shares

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Being Brave Enough To Live Your Most Authentic Life

What would you do differently if you weren’t looking for other people’s approval? Would you be living a more authentic life? From the moment we’re born we are guided and

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Financial Coach or Financial Planner – which one do you need?

In Australia, Financial Coaching is a relatively new concept. So, it’s understandable that not everyone understands the difference between a financial coach and a financial planner. I’ve been both, so

Lifestyle Creep

Lifestyle creep: Why having more money is about mindset not a pay rise

If you’ve ever had a pay rise and then felt no better off, it’s probably because of a little thing known as lifestyle creep. No, it’s not some weirdo stalking

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Taking a Feminine Approach to Money

I recently sat down with Peter Crewe-Brown from PAIR Planning for a conversation about how I take a different, more feminine approach to money. The subconscious thoughts & patterns that

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Little Miss Independent: all about women and money

Women and Money. It’s a complicated relationship. With a complex history. As women, we are sold a lie – about money and about ourselves. Disney sells it to us, our

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Everything you need to know to buy a home

One of the most common financial goals that people have is to be able to buy a home. So many of us have aspirations for property ownership but often don’t

When Money is a Burden

When Money is a Burden

Capitalism sells us the idea that money will solve all our problems. We tend to think that if only we won the lottery (or some long-lost relative died and left