Five “cures” for the summer spending hangover

Five “cures” for the summer spending hangover

True confession…I have never in my life been so happy for the first day of school. Don’t get me wrong I love summer and the unscheduled time that we get to spend together as a family BUT holey moley . . . when mid-August rolled around this year I was craving the...
5 ways we cut our back-to-school spending in half

5 ways we cut our back-to-school spending in half

As mid-August rolls around it is hard to avoid the “Back-to-School” reminders. From groceries to electronics retailers are looking to cash in on stressed out parents. According to MoneyWise, Canadians spend on average $833 on back-to-school shopping with some parents...
Take a deep breath and put profit first

Take a deep breath and put profit first

Last week, I was working with a client who was netting six figures and was miserable! She was burnt out. Her business had turned into a money eating monster. She was feeling out of control. Sound familiar? Even though she was bringing home more than ever, she was...
Time to start adulting

Time to start adulting

Congratulations graduate! Years of lectures, parties, exams, papers, and all-nighters have paid off. But now, it’s time for the real world. You might be a little stressed. You’re likely thinking about a pile of debt and wondering how to get your start. Not...
Give the gift of financial literacy

Give the gift of financial literacy

With Convocation just around the corner you may be searching for the perfect gift to give the new graduate in your life. What do you buy someone who has spent so much time invested in learning and preparing to take on the world? There’s one lesson they most...