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    What is Fabulous?

    Tweet Fabulously Broke has been up for quite a few years already! Yay! 😉 I was thinking of what fabulous meant to me 10 years ago versus what it means now. And I realized my perception has changed a lot. I used to think of […]

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    Do Passions Lead to Financial Success?

    Tweet Family reunions often lead to all sorts of discussions for us. During the last one, it was my nephew who brought up something to think about. A well-intentioned woman came to his school to present them “Professional Studies,” as we call them here. These […]

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    Summer Bucket List

    Tweet Since I learned that a friend of mine has cancer, I feel the rush to live. I don’t mean to do it on the big scale format! I’m satisfied with the life I have, but I want to make sure I maximise my happiness […]

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    The Anniversaries that Bond

    Tweet In May, Mr. My Husband and I will be celebrating 8 years since we first dated. So much has come our way since then: new jobs, a house built, a wedding, another new job and two sons. Every year, no matter what is going […]

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    All About That Retirement

    Tweet This blog has gone through personal finance topics quite often since it started. Retirement is, therefore; part of it. In the past we’ve discussed:   Why you should save for your own retirement instead of you child’s tuition What type of benefits you can […]

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    Proactive Vs. Reactive: Common Preventative Measures That Can Save You Money

    Tweet “I’ll cross that bridge when I get to it…” Chances are you’ve either heard that statement before or have said it yourself. While the idea is to prepare for the worst and hope for the best, it is a pretty safe assumption that very […]

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    How to Defeat the Poor College Student Stereotype

    Tweet We all hear those stories about college students being poor and unable to actually afford stuff. We hear stories about people in college facing rising student debt taking years to pay off and graduating during shaky economic times, but the truth is you don’t […]

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    Turn Into an Organization Master

    Tweet Alright, so spring is finally here in Canada! Did we wait long for this one! Made me realize it’s been too long since I did some good organization around the house. I know, I’m a little freaky when it comes to cleaning, but I […]

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    Planning our 2016 Investment: Introducing Dividends

    Tweet Already 2016, some might say. I’d argue that it’s never too soon nor too late when it comes to savings. 😉 Truth is, last year was a hard one from a financial aspect. That’s why Mr. My Husband and I decided to make things […]

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    Low Family Income Affects Kid’s Brain Development

    Tweet Lately, an NBCNews article highlighted a study that demonstrates being poor affects the development of kid’s brain. I was literally shocked by this finding. Past research had already told lower income had impact of kid’s success at school or sports. But somehow, I always […]

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