Couples, Money and The Talk

When you’re in the first bloom of romance you don’t want to be thinking about something as unsexy as money. Sure, you might think about whether you should split the bill or on a day such as Valentines’ Day you may be thinking about how much money to spend on your... read more

Avo-gate

I’m always amused by social media outrage and Bernard Salt certainly copped his fair share this week after writing a piece for The Australian on middle-aged moralisers (his words, not mine). In it, he mocked hipster cafes, suggesting they were trying to keep... read more

Becoming a Conscious Consumer

I have to confess to more than a little fondness for social media. Whether it’s checking out what friends are doing on Facebook, tweeting during my favourite show or looking at the pretty pictures on Instagram. It’s a rabbit hole I frequently fall into. What... read more

Could you benefit from a guardrail?

I love Seth Godin. He’s a New York marketing guru but above all that he’s a thinker and he tends to describe things in a way that makes you pause and contemplate. You may not agree with everything he says but if he causes you to consolidate your thinking,... read more

Could you benefit from a financial detox?

Most people who know me are aware I have a fairly serious chocolate addiction. I’m very thankful it’s not a drug (although some would argue that it is a legal one) because I eat it every day. I’m not talking a whole block at a time (OK sometimes I am) but a line or... read more

Creating your own financial fairytale

“Alice came to a fork in the road. ‘Which road do I take?’ she asked. ‘Where do you want to go?’ responded the Cheshire Cat. ‘I don’t know,’ Alice answered. ‘Then,’ said the Cat, ‘it doesn’t matter.”... read more

Unslumping Yourself

I love this term ‘unslumping yourself’ and this blog by Kate Savage from Elbow Room Coaching can just as easily be applied to money and finances which is why we’ve reposted it here with permission from the talented Ms Savage. Enjoy!   If I go to... read more

It’s all about choice

Once upon a time there was a well worn path laid out for us – we went to school, found a job, got married, had kids upon which time the wife would leave work and the husband would stay at the one job until he retired and received a gold watch. It all rolled out... read more

Why you should break up with money

Now I appreciate that’s easier said than done. After all, you can spend a lifetime having a better relationship with food and money can have an even bigger emotional pull. The thing is, you can’t have a relationship with money. It’s an inanimate object and should... read more

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