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”

5 Ways To Talk About Money With Your Friends

Can we just take a second to talk about the ridiculous taboo that surrounds money conversations?! When we grow up our parents tell us that it’s rude to ask people how much money they earn, and how much money they have, and so it becomes an inherent belief in us that all money talk isContinue reading “5 Ways To Talk About Money With Your Friends”

How To Stop Comparing Your Financial Position To Others

Comparing yourself to others. It f*in sucks, doesn’t it? How many times have you been scrolling through social media only to think to yourself “damn that girl is so much prettier than I am” or “bloody hell that guy has way bigger muscles than me?!” I know I’m guilty of it (especially the guys havingContinue reading “How To Stop Comparing Your Financial Position To Others”

How Instant Vs Delayed Gratification Affects Your Money

The other day my mate and I were singing along very loudly (and very badly) to Halsey as we drove back from picking up our favourite baked ricotta cheesecake from our favourite patisserie. We didn’t even have an excuse for picking up a cheesecake. We just wanted to celebrate the fact that we both hadContinue reading “How Instant Vs Delayed Gratification Affects Your Money”

Why I’ll Never Stop Spending Money On Food (and Why You Shouldn’t Either)

You know what I am sick and tired of hearing? Older generations telling us that, if we want to be successful at saving money, we have to stop going out to eat so much. Seriously, do they know how hard it is to STOP going out to eat when a new vegetarian ramen restaurant popsContinue reading “Why I’ll Never Stop Spending Money On Food (and Why You Shouldn’t Either)”

3 Money Lessons I’ve Learnt In The First Six Months of My Relationship

The honeymoon period of a relationship. It’s all sunshine and rainbows, right? Everything is fun, fresh and exciting. You want to spend every minute of your time with your person and you just can’t ever see anything ever going wrong between the two of you. Ok, as corny and unrealistic as that might sound, I’mContinue reading “3 Money Lessons I’ve Learnt In The First Six Months of My Relationship”

5 Money Rules To Follow In A Share House

In case you’ve been living under a rock for the past month, here’s some news for you. I recently moved into a share house with some of my best mates! Wait, hold up, are you saying that the world doesn’t actually revolve around me and you’ve got better things to think about then who theContinue reading “5 Money Rules To Follow In A Share House”

5 Ways To Stop Letting FOMO Rule Your Money

Correct me if I’m wrong, but a standard (pre – rona) Friday night for a twenty-something looks a little like this: SPACE How many times have you said yes to going on a night out like this even though all you wanted to do was stay in and nurse your bottle of red? How manyContinue reading “5 Ways To Stop Letting FOMO Rule Your Money”

Why You Need to Act Your Wage

(Not-So) Fun Fact: I DO NOT make much money. Fun Fact: I never let that stop me from splurging on a ridiculously over-priced, cheeky cocktail. I’m not worried about my small income, and that’s because I know how to budget my money according to how much I earn. Some weeks I make more because I’mContinue reading “Why You Need to Act Your Wage”

5 Money Mistakes To Avoid In Your Twenties

1. Not Having a Savings Goal I’m not sure I could be preaching the importance of having a savings goal any bloody harder. If you don’t have a goal, it is going to be downright impossible for you to have any motivation to save. Your goal can be as crazy as buying your own privateContinue reading “5 Money Mistakes To Avoid In Your Twenties”