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Tag: Financial Freedom

The Pet Mortgage

Buying a pet is like taking on another mortgage. They come with an upfront cost to actually obtain one, then they require an ongoing monthly payment (in the form of […]

Be Your Own Strata

If you’ve ever lived in a property run by a strata corporation (or HOA, same thing) you know that they can be, well……annoying. Very very annoying. I have a hard […]

Sharpen Your Angle of View

Perspective. It’s essential to leading a happy life, and it’s most definitely essential to obtaining AND maintaining Financial Freedom. I’m not talking about perspective in the sense of having an opinion […]

Sometimes The Best Thing to do is Nothing

Building the habit of consistently assessing your finances and evaluating if your plan remains the best course of action for your circumstances is an integral part of achieving Financial Freedom. […]

Financial Principles vs. Strategies

Financial principles form the foundation of any viable plan to obtain Financial Freedom. Sound financial principles are evergreen, meaning that throughout time those principles hold true and for the most […]

Me, Myself and I

In the world of financial planning it is important to have a strong understanding of financial principles and strategies, but it is arguably even more important to have a solid […]


As a parent of two, there is no trait I want to develop more in my kids than self-discipline. Where you find self-discipline, you find people who work hard, hold […]

What To Do With a Small Windfall?

Receiving a lump sum of money is awesome, but for people seeking Financial Freedom deciding the best thing to do with that windfall can be challenging. Whether it’s an unexpected […]

Shift How You Think About Spending

Being intimately familiar with where you money is going is an integral building block to reaching Financial Freedom. But as important as it is, I know a lot of high […]

Merry Christmas

As 2017 comes to a close, and the prospect of a whole new year lies ahead, I find it’s always an excellent opportunity to reflect on the many changes a […]

The Average of 5

The one thing I hear from people the most often when we start to talk about taking steps towards financial freedom, is “I don’t have time”. I get it. I […]

Veg Your Way To Financial Freedom

Over the past several years I’ve tried to become more intentional with my choices. It’s challenging to stop and force myself to question what I’m doing, or why I’m doing […]

10 Ways to Avoid Christmas Over-Spending

It’s December. Already. While it’s already been Christmas season for a month anywhere that sells stuff, most of us are just starting to gear up for the “season of giving”. Sometimes […]