Personal Finances- lessons learnt- what we could or shouldn’t do in the current financial climate
“Victory is always possible for the person who refuses to stop fighting.” ― Napoleon Hill
Ski holidays, pros, and cons, how to plan them effectively without breaking your budget
“Life is like skiing. Just like skiing, the goal is not to get to the bottom of the hill. It’s to have a bunch of good runs before the sun sets” - Seth Godin
The cost-of-living crisis in the UK has made a substantial amount of people make a lot of adjustments to their wallets, including keeping a tighter rein on their budgets.
What is the UK public’s opinion on the various Prime Ministers and Chancellors?
“Development is about transforming the lives of people, not just transforming economies” – Joseph E. Stiglitz
The UK’s political sphere has had much turbulence over the years, from several resignations from MPs, chancellors and even Prime Ministers and controversial leadership and strategies going array, such as the Mini budget, to Brexit and the domino effect of these factors on the economy.
How could Empty Nesters revise their financial strategy!
“Our job is not to deny the story, but to defy the ending, to rise strong, recognise our story, and rumble with the truth until we get to a place where we think, yes. This is what happened. And I will choose how the story ends.”- Brene Brown
In the UK the phrase empty nester may sound like doom and gloom for some parents as the kids have flown the nest and you are left with a little too much time on your hands, whereas, for others, it is like sweet paradise.
The political impact political leadership change has on finance and personal finance
“A difficult time can be more readily endured if we retain the conviction that our existence holds a purpose – a cause to pursue, a person to love, a goal to achieve” – John Maxwell