I calculate the costs of moving out in the city of Toronto for an average earning Millennial. … More How much does it cost to move out in Toronto?
“Thank you, OSAP, for my education. I don’t think I could ever pay you back.” – Broke, unemployed 22-year old me, fresh out of university. Here is the magic formula: 1. Switch to a low to no interest loan You will never pay your principle amount if you keep accumulating interest and you would end … More What I did to pay off $28,300 worth of student loans in less than 2 years.
I put myself on a ‘No Buy’, for clothing or new tech, after setting a personal record in spending during the holiday season and noticed that I had spent a little over $3 000 on clothing over two years. It helped that work kept me in the office all February and out of stores. To … More No Buy – February 2018: What did I buy. | Minnamalism
I’ve f*cked up at work. You f*cked up at work. We’ve all f*cked up at one point in our professional career. How do you get over that sickening feeling that comes over you when the ball drops? A chain of thoughts go across your mind, over-running rationale and logic, before you can even grasp the … More F*cking up at work: What to do when you screwed up.
Yes, I pay rent when living at home and I think it is the right thing to do. No, the money is not going back to me sometime in the future. My folks are not holding it for safe-keeping for me. Two main reasons: 1. I am a working adult who has a job and … More Why I pay rent when living at home.
I think I’m finally okay with being alone again. I realized this on Valentine’s Day, probably the cheesiest time to hit this kind of epiphany, but I swear, it was that day. I was suppose to have a date on February 15th, but they bailed on me. Instead, in a surprising turn of events, I … More Alone but not Lonely