student loans

Should I Pay Off my Student Loans?

Gosh, student loans are becoming a trickier and trickier subject as the years go on. On one side you have people telling you to get out of student debt as soon as possible, and on the other you have people telling you you shouldn’t worry about student loans and use the money for something else. … Continue reading “Should I Pay Off my Student Loans?”


Is Saving for Losers?

I love reading newsletters. It feels more personal, it’s a great way to spend time on a bus ride, and the advice is very interesting and helpful. Even more when I read two newsletters which completely contradicts each other. Ahhhh who should I listen to? So in order to make a decision about my own opinion, … Continue reading “Is Saving for Losers?”


Mastering the Art of Traveling on a Student Budget

Traveling on a student budget is truly an art: there’s the research, the budgeting, the adapting, the planning. It’s about making the most out of a little, and mastering that is a proper skill. Traveling is also such an important part of ‘growing up’ (yes we’re still growing). It opens up your mind and your … Continue reading “Mastering the Art of Traveling on a Student Budget”


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”


5 ways to start your Financial Education practically for free

When hearing ‘financial education’ many people think of boring accounting classes and long lectures or that only people in that field should learn about finance. No, if money affects your life (which it does to everyone) you should have a financial education. How many times do students complain that they don’t understand what taxes are, … Continue reading “5 ways to start your Financial Education practically for free”