• Debt Free Friday – Plumbing, Produce, and Wi-Fi

    Debt Free Friday – Plumbing, Produce, and Wi-Fi

    It’s debt free Friday! I’ve actually been on a bit of a spending binge as of late since I’m securing all the things I need for my trip to Japan. I booked some of my […]

  • How To Stay In Touch With Loved Ones Abroad

    How To Stay In Touch With Loved Ones Abroad

    I love to travel. I’m fortunate and grateful that I’m able to travel often and far. What a lot of people don’t realize is that there are setbacks to being a traveler too.

    Language barriers, not […]

  • Canadian Student Loan Options

    Canadian Student Loan Options

    The cost of a post-secondary education seems to be increasing every year; fortunately getting a Canadian student loan is a pretty straight forward process through the Government of Canada.

    The federal government essentially offers 2 Canadian […]

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The Cost Of Raising A Child In Canada

March 23rd, 2015|6 Comments

I’m at the age now where all my peers are having children. Friends who were never active on Facebook or Instagram all of sudden have plenty to share. I’m happy for you, I really am, […]

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A Travel Hacker Guide From KAYAK

March 19th, 2015|4 Comments

I love a good deal so it was very cool to see that KAYAK recently released their 2015 travel hacker guide which highlights not only popular and trending destinations, but it also reveals when the best time […]

  • Things to do in Ireland

Things To Do In Ireland

March 17th, 2015|10 Comments

Happy St. Patrick’s Day everyone! Regardless of your race or religion, St. Patrick’s Day might be the one “holiday” that everyone celebrates. With Lonely Planet naming Ireland one of the best countries to visit in 2015, interest […]

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Sticking To Your Financial Goals

March 16th, 2015|14 Comments

Setting financial goals is easy, sticking to them however can be incredibly difficult. I imagine many of us who made financial New Year’s resolutions are already on track to break them.
Making generic resolutions is just silly, […]

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Debt Free Friday – CRM2, Student Debt, and Disney

March 13th, 2015|13 Comments

It’s debt free Friday and for those who got paid today, how are you going to spend your hard earned cash? You’re going to save it right?

It was a busy week for me, my wife […]

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How Interac Fraud Is Being Prevented

March 12th, 2015|7 Comments

We all love credit card rewards. Who wouldn’t to gain a little something extra when we’re already spending? Well it turns out, one extra reward that we’re getting is an increased chance at being a […]

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Always Read The Fine Print

March 11th, 2015|9 Comments

I’m a huge fan of Dragon’s Den. I love how the Dragon’s just drill into the people making pitches but what I love most is when a deal gets made. Many people don’t realize that […]

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10 Signs You’re Living Beyond Your Means

March 9th, 2015|18 Comments

In a disturbing trend, I’ve come across more and more people who are terrible with their finances. It’s incredible how many people can’t make the connection that their spending habits is the reason they’re falling behind in […]

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Debt Free Friday – Retirement, Taxes, and Travel

March 6th, 2015|6 Comments

I’m introducing debt free Fridays! A look at some of my favourite posts this week about personal finance and travel.

First off let’s start off with what I wrote this week. I broke down what travel expenses can be […]

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