Book Summary – The Richest Man In Babylon

To help me on my journey to financial freedom, I’ve been reading different books on personal finance. I did a post on my Instagram stories last month asking for recommendations of personal finance books, and The Richest Man In Babylon was mentioned a few times. I had attempted to read this book last year, but the old English writing style put me off so I didn’t make it past chapter one.

Fast forward to last month, and following…

Book Review: All Your Worth – The Ultimate Lifetime Money Plan

May’s book club read was All Your Worth – The Ultimate Lifetime Money Plan. I don’t recall how I came to know about this book, but I’m glad I discovered it. Although this book was written over a decade ago, it definitely has timeless content and interesting money principles.

In this blog post, I’ll share a summary of All Your Worth – The Ultimate Lifetime Money Plan. I’ll also go on to share the lessons I’ve…

Book Review: You are a Badass at Making Money

Book Review – You are a Badass at Making Money. In this blog post, I review You are a Badass at Making Money by Jen Sincero. This book has been described as The in-depth, step-by-step guide to overcoming your blocks, pushing past your fears, and starting to make some serious money…

I decided to make this book April’s book club read and I have to say, it’s my least favourite book so far. Read my review…

BOOK REVIEW: YOUR MONEY OR YOUR LIFE

At first glance, the title of the book seems somewhat dramatic. My understanding of the title when I first read it was choosing between your money or your life. I found this intriguing, and wanted to learn what the author meant by the title “Your Money or Your Life”.

Do I have to make a choice between my money and my life? Is there an optimal balance between the two that I should be seeking? Does pursuing money means I…

Book Review – The Meaningful Money Handbook

In this blog post, I review The Meaningful Money Handbook by Pete Matthew. This book includes important financial education and principals which are universal, yet the book also boasts specific financial information relevant to a U.K. audience. Personal finance is something we all have to manage, and if you’re not sure what you need to do to get started, improve or master your money, have a read of this review and consider purchasing this handbook – you won’t…

January 2020 Goals

In my last blog post A recap and Highlights from 2019, I shared a few of my 2019 wins. When reflecting on the year, I realised that I actually achieved a lot more than I thought I had. In 2020 I intend to do this a lot more. These monthly goal setting and reflecting goal posts will help me achieve this.

This is because, in addition to reflecting on the goals I set out to achieve, I’ll also mention…

A Recap And Highlights From 2019

In this blog post, I share eight highlights and achievements from 2019. This was all possible through setting goals for 2019, I wrote a post on how to set goals here. Having these goals in place really helped me have a productive 2019. While I didn’t accomplish all I set out to achieve this year, I definitely was able to achieve a lot and I’m very excited for what’s to come in the New Year!   A…