26 Financial Lessons I Learned Before My 26th Birthday

1. A little bit of hard work goes a long way A lot of people put off managing their finances because it seems like “too much work.” Sure, there are some elements of finance that might be hard work, but there’s also a hell of a lot of things that aren’t – writing down yourContinue reading “26 Financial Lessons I Learned Before My 26th Birthday”

| Holly | Striving To Make Twenty-Somethings Woke, Not Broke

What do you think of when you hear the words ‘financial literacy?’ “Goddamn that sounds boring?!” “Finance is confusing af!?” “This shit is way too hard for me to understand?!” Yeah, those are pretty normal thoughts to have… Learning about finance, although super important, is usually boring af. Most young people don’t want to hearContinue reading “| Holly | Striving To Make Twenty-Somethings Woke, Not Broke”

How To Balance Multiple Jobs (Without Losing Your Damn Mind)

Remember when you were in Primary School and your teachers, your parents and all the other oldies always used to ask you what you wanted to be when you grew up? I remember when I was about six-years-old I would always answer that I wanted to write children’s books because I was obsessed with TheContinue reading “How To Balance Multiple Jobs (Without Losing Your Damn Mind)”

Easy Financial Resolutions To Strive For In 2021

I’m sure we can agree on the fact that we’re all very much ready to see the back of 2020. It’s been a hell of a year. Yet, despite everything that 2020 has thrown our way, there is one good thing we can take away from it; we’re resilient af. And, so too, are ourContinue reading “Easy Financial Resolutions To Strive For In 2021”

9 Ways To Financially Prepare For The Holidays

The holiday season. Love it or hate it, we all know the festive season is a bitch for your bank account. So, to hopefully make it a lil less bitchy for you, I’ve compiled a list of some of the easiest things I do to make sure I am financially prepared for the holiday season.Continue reading “9 Ways To Financially Prepare For The Holidays”

| Tash | A 23-Year Old With A Net Worth of $141K

There’s something seriously awe-inspiring about a twenty-something having an astronomical net worth of $141k. It almost doesn’t sound real. For Tash (aka @tashinvests) though, it is very much real. How could someone in their early twenties have already accumulated such a significant net worth? Well, it’s pretty bloody obvious from Tash’s IG account that youContinue reading “| Tash | A 23-Year Old With A Net Worth of $141K”

Where To Find The Best Budget Meal Prep Recipes

Ask any twenty-something what their biggest money-saving weakness is and I can guarantee that most of them will say that it’s spending too much damn money on food. And I am no different. I love to brunch, I love going out for dinner with my friends and I love ordering a cheeky pizza on UberContinue reading “Where To Find The Best Budget Meal Prep Recipes”

5 Questions To Ask Yourself Before Buying Expensive Items

I’m sure it’s pretty obvious by now that I’m not really the type of person that makes spontaneous decisions about expensive purchases. Seriously, it took me FOUR months to buy a bed base when I moved in to my current house… four goddamn months! No matter what expensive item I’m buying, I always ask myselfContinue reading “5 Questions To Ask Yourself Before Buying Expensive Items”

Here’s What It’s Like To Be A Food Delivery Driver

I’ve been riding my lil scooter around the streets of Sydney for nearly a year now and, since I’ve managed to develop enough confidence to dodge peak hour traffic, I figured it was time for me to start using my scooter to make some extra cash. How the hell can you make money from aContinue reading “Here’s What It’s Like To Be A Food Delivery Driver”

How To Avoid The Lifestyle Inflation Trap

Let’s talk about lifestyle inflation. Firstly, what the hell is it? Well, lifestyle inflation is when you start spending more money simply because you start earning more money. When I first started working full-time, I remember someone telling me that “the more you earn, the more you spend” and that was the first time IContinue reading “How To Avoid The Lifestyle Inflation Trap”