Money blocks are personal beliefs about money that are either not true or that don't serve you any longer and which prevent you from achieving your desired financial situation. If you would ask me two years ago what these are, I would probably just tell you that it's some bullshit. But actually these limiting beliefs … Continue reading The Invisible Ceiling: 5 Money Blocks That Prevent You From Increasing Your Income
It is rare when a student living on their student loan is saving up money for something. But there are some and I think they are doing a great service for themselves. Why can't all of the students be like that? Well, being a student myself, I can definitely name a few. It's Tiresome While … Continue reading Struggles Of Saving Money As A Student
The other week I've discussed a couple of certain moments in life when borrowing with your credit card is appropriate. So, this time I want to touch on some of the times when it's best to hold off borrowing and look at some other ways you can pay off the bill you're dealing with. When … Continue reading When Not To Borrow
Have you been thinking about buying something that you want really bad, but keep stopping yourself from this investment because you just don't have enough money? Or maybe you have been saving more and more money without an end, and just don't know what to do with it now. Or you have beef feeling that … Continue reading How Does Having ‘Enough’ Look Like?
Saving today is an unattractive activity. After all, the interest rates are so minuscule, you hardly ever earn anything on it. But as a financial coach, I believe that people should first have savings and use them first when they need to finance large purchases, rather than getting a loan. So if you love your … Continue reading Why You Should Save First Then Borrow