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Becoming an Idea Machine: Results

3 months ago I wrote this post: Money Experiment 4: Becoming an Idea Machine. My goal was very simple: become an idea machine by writing down 10 different ideas everyday. I took this idea from James Altucher, a world famous entrepreneur who attributes his success to his constant generation of ideas. I thought hmmm wouldn’t … Continue reading “Becoming an Idea Machine: Results”


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How to Build Financial Self-Discipline in College

This post may contain affiliate links. Read my disclosure for more info. Ever splurged on takeaway with still some leftover food in the kitchen? Or suddenly decided to buy drinking rounds for everyone? Or even been surprised with an unexpected bill (it’s-a-me Amazon Prime)? It’s not hard to be have a ‘just another drink’ attitude … Continue reading “How to Build Financial Self-Discipline in College”


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Results: Money Experiment 5 (Giving £1 a day)

It’s been a month and a bit since I started Money Experiment 5: The Art of giving £1 a day. My goal with this experiment was to give away £1 a day to charity, strangers, the homeless, etc, in an attempt to understand the effects of giving away money and what it would make me … Continue reading “Results: Money Experiment 5 (Giving £1 a day)”


I asked 42 students about Personal Finance. Here’s what they said + Resource Pack

Personal Finance is a subject which is not talked about enough in college; students graduate unprepared and are hit with money issues they didn’t even see coming (I actually have to pay back my education???). And that’s simply because we don’t have financial education in the curriculum. So I went on Tumblr and asked 42 … Continue reading “I asked 42 students about Personal Finance. Here’s what they said + Resource Pack”


Why You Should Study What You Love

This post is inspired from Danny Dalah’s awesome music video: How to Pick A College Major. As you might have guessed, the moral behind the song/video is that you should study what you love because we’re all f*cked anyway. Although funny and with a sad element of truth to it, I thought I would explore … Continue reading “Why You Should Study What You Love”


Why is Personal Finance so Important for us College Kids?

You step out of the front doors of your university. The sun is shining, birds are chirping, you can feel the wind slightly caressing your cheeks. You’ve just graduated from college with honours and feel like you’ve completed a big step in your life. You feel satisfied. Then, out of nowhere, a sharp ringing sound … Continue reading “Why is Personal Finance so Important for us College Kids?”


5 Money Management Habits to Acquire in College

You’re in college and you feel free. You can eat what you want, go to class when you want, and even spend money on what you want. FREEDOM. It feels amazing. Then slowly, you start realising the number on your bank account balance starts to decrease. Your wallet is emptying faster than you think and … Continue reading “5 Money Management Habits to Acquire in College”


How to Acquire a Financial DIY Mentality

Schools have failed to teach us how to manage money once in the real world. We’re all going to be earning money, spending money and hopefully, saving money, and yet many of us DON’T KNOW what money even really is!! It sucks, and it doesn’t help us. Want to live the rest of your life … Continue reading “How to Acquire a Financial DIY Mentality”


Financial Experiments: The Fun Way to Finance

What if I told you finances are fun? That saving money, spending less and calculating tax returns is basically a hobby? That Calculating your budget is something you can look forward to? Ok ok, it might seem like a bit of a stretch, but it IS possible to make your finances fun. And it’s through … Continue reading “Financial Experiments: The Fun Way to Finance”


Money Experiment 5: The Art of Giving £1 a Day

Woohoo! A new experiment! In this experiment I will be committing myself to giving away one pound ($1.31 as of today) a day. This includes giving away to friends, family, charity and even strangers. Read on to find out the why and the how behind this project: Why? How many times has someone told you ‘give … Continue reading “Money Experiment 5: The Art of Giving £1 a Day”