When it comes to personal finance, money often comes down to the math.
But don’t worry you don’t need to be a numbers nerd or math wizard to generate more money.
If you’re just getting started then check out Part 1 of the Foundational Money Series. From there you can go on to read and apply Part 2 and Part 3. The is a great place to start and will help you feel more confident with your money.
If you’re looking for other Canadian content creators check out the Women of Canadian Personal Finance. This is an awesome list of ladies who are open and honest about their money journeys.
If you want to save money, one of my favourite easy ways is to call up my service providers and negotiate a discount.
And if you’re thinking about investing then a great place to start is by creating your Personal Investment Policy Statement.
No matter where you are on your money journey, just remember that nobody cares more about your money than you do.
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