Money Diary of a 26-Year-Old HR Admin in Vancouver | Nov 3-9

Interested in my other money diary entries? Check them out here! It's been a hot minute since I last did a money diary! I fell off the wagon back in Melbourne because my bank had a shitty way of displaying transactions, and then when I got back to Canada, I felt so busy trying to … Continue reading Money Diary of a 26-Year-Old HR Admin in Vancouver | Nov 3-9

Money Diary of a 25-year-old HR Admin in Melbourne | Dec. 16th-22nd, 2018

Doing a new segment called Money Dairy that logs my spending on a weekly basis (excluding rent, subscriptions (eg. Netflix, Spotify, gym and Scribd) and debt payments). I love looking at how my peers spends because it makes me less guilty of my habits, but it's only fair that I contribute my weekly spending habits … Continue reading Money Diary of a 25-year-old HR Admin in Melbourne | Dec. 16th-22nd, 2018

Money Diary of a 25-year-old HR Admin in Melbourne | Dec. 8th-15th, 2018

After reading a few money diaries out there, I thought I'd give this thing a shot! I love discussing finances and seeing how my peers live. I also think seeing things outside of my statement could put my spending habits in a different perspective. Saturday, Dec 8th 2pm - For lunch, we went to a … Continue reading Money Diary of a 25-year-old HR Admin in Melbourne | Dec. 8th-15th, 2018

How I Dropped my Monthly Phone Bill to $15/Month (With Talk, Text, and Data!)

As you guys are aware, I'm frugal with my money - I mean, why waste my hard earned money when I don't have to? Being in Canada, phone plans are notoriously expensive. I'm not even kidding you. Plans starts at $65-70 per month for 1GB of data - and I can't recall if that's even with unlimited talk! I … Continue reading How I Dropped my Monthly Phone Bill to $15/Month (With Talk, Text, and Data!)

What We’re Doing to Save for Australia

Obtaining a working holiday visa and moving abroad is expensive. For us to move to Australia, it'd cost us about $5,500 AUD which is more or less the same converted to Canadian currencies. The $500-and-something is for the visa application alone. The $5,000 AUD is what the Australian government requires all holiday visa holders to … Continue reading What We’re Doing to Save for Australia