Confessions of a Spender

I am jealous of people who are naturally good with their money. We always hear about how there are "savers" and "spenders".  I am a spender.  I was raised in a household of spenders, most of whom continue to be spenders to this day. I have said it before and I'll say it again, I … Continue reading Confessions of a Spender


It's been 7 months since my last post, and I'm back with a confession. So this is hard for me to write, but I have started slipping down a path of increased spending, overspending, and almost, thought not quite, debt accumulation.  This has been stopping me from being able to achieve any of my savings … Continue reading Relapse

6 Reasons Why SUCKING at Budgeting is the Key to Success

In this post, I will talk about some of the reasons you should decide to feel good about the fact that you might suck at budgeting (for now). That’s right: You’re supposed to suck at budgeting when you first start out, and you will keep on sucking at it for a while, and that’s okay. … Continue reading 6 Reasons Why SUCKING at Budgeting is the Key to Success

Second Hand Economy & a Debt Dummy Update

Hi there! So in this post I will share an update, and talk about the second-hand economy. Firstly, I want to share an update: I am going to be featured in Canadian Budget Binder's Making a Difference series as part of their Saturday Weekend Review, on July 22! This will share a little bit about who I am … Continue reading Second Hand Economy & a Debt Dummy Update