Timeless lessons on wealth greed and happiness

I just finished reading the most exiting, light and funny book I’ve ever read on finance. It’s called “The Psychology of money and written by Morgan Housel. Morgan is a blogger at The Motley Fool, an advisor at The Collaborative Fund, that lends advise to startups, and a writer for the Wall Street Journal. AfterContinue reading “Timeless lessons on wealth greed and happiness”

Capsule wardrobing part six: Finding your style with Vogue’s quick fire questions.

Going from nothing to wear to ready to wear. How did I get to this low point, you might ask yourself. Well, my friends, having absolutely nothing to wear when your closet is stacked with clothes can be caused by many factors. I will go over a few later on this blog  but this one isContinue reading “Capsule wardrobing part six: Finding your style with Vogue’s quick fire questions.”

capsule wardrobing step 2

Capsule wardrobing STEP 2/Two weeks into your first capsule/ questionnaire So you’re the first two weeks into your capsule… Hurray! Excitement! Joy! Time for some reflection on how it all went Here are some questions that can help you in the process… and if you’re thinking while reading these questions : ” who has time forContinue reading “capsule wardrobing step 2”

Short advice regarding the July sales

Some short advice regarding the July sales… I am not a sales kinda gal. This is mainly because I learned through trial and error that I was mostly buying things I didn’t need during the sales periods. Nowadays, if I really want something specific, I budget and save for it, instead of waiting for the sale.Continue reading “Short advice regarding the July sales”