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Budgets, Tipping & Studying Abroad: My Personal Finance Story
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How Can She Afford That? She Can’t, That’s How
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Week in Review: Helping Out a Stranger with Their Credit Card
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Why I’m Not Planning Out My Retirement
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Week in Review: Unwinding in Wine Country
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Career Advice from a Diagnosed Perfectionist
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Week in Review: Spending Time with the People I Love
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Doing My Taxes for Free Online: H&R Block Online Tax Software Review

Budgets, Tipping & Studying Abroad: My Personal Finance Story

Hey everyone! Today I’ve got a really special guest post from newbie personal finance blogger Anum Yoon. When she emailed me asking to guest post on Mo’ Money Mo’ Houses, I knew I needed to share her amazing personal finance story. If you need some inspiration to stick to your budget and stay out of debt, check out her blog Current[…]

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How Can She Afford That? She Can’t, That’s How

I’ve never been a label queen or a trendsetter (or trend stay-on-er) by any means. Growing up, I either had to wear hand-me-downs from my older sister or would get a few new outfits from Sears before the new school year started. As a teenager, I had a bit more freedom but was still restricted by my parents’ budget. I always[…]

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Week in Review: Helping Out a Stranger with Their Credit Card

When it comes to helping out strangers, do you find yourself to be more active or passive? The reason I bring this is up is because yesterday when I was taking a walk in my neighbourhood, I stumbled upon a credit card laying face up on the sidewalk. Clearly it had fallen out of someone’s pocket, and to be honest my[…]

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Why I’m Not Planning Out My Retirement

What do you think of when you think about retirement? Do you think of those ads with an old couple sailing off into the sunset, toasting over champagne? Do you think of your grandparents playing backgammon with their retired friends? Do you think of living an entirely different life on a beach in Thailand with your significant other, no cares[…]

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Week in Review: Unwinding in Wine Country

It’s been a long time since my last real vacation. The hard thing about living away from home is you inevitably end up spending most of your allotted vacation time going back home. Although I’ve got 3 weeks to spend, 2 of those weeks are usually designated for trips back to Vancouver in the spring and over the holidays. That being[…]

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Career Advice from a Diagnosed Perfectionist

I haven’t really talked about job searching or careers for a little while on the blog. Honestly, after talking about both for the majority of last year, I needed a bit of a break. But then came in some fresh inspiration and I knew I needed to write about it. I’m nearing the one year mark at my job and although it’s[…]

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Week in Review: Spending Time with the People I Love

My time in Vancouver is almost up, but it sure has been a jam-packed week. I participated in my very first Twitter Chat this Thursday for H&R Block, I worked in my company’s Vancouver office for a few days, and I got to record two more podcast episodes with my friend Stephanie (who is also a travel blogger, check her[…]

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Doing My Taxes for Free Online: H&R Block Online Tax Software Review

As I mentioned in my earlier post about how I love tax season but my husband hates it, I’ve done taxes almost every type of way. I’ve used TurboTax, I’ve used UFile, I’ve even used a proper tax accountant to get it done. Personally, I prefer doing my taxes online. It’s simple and quick and I can get it done in[…]

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