The years 2020 and 2021 completely altered my finances, and surprisingly not in a bad way. In April of 2020, I realised that the pandemic wasn’t going to be the quick fix everyone was banking on. I knew I wouldn’t just end up back in an office in a month, or even a year. SoContinue reading “The Pandemic Changed My Finances”
Author Archives: Stephanie Chabot
The Delicate Art of Real Estate Investing
By Stephanie Chabot It seems like it could be an easy thing to become a landlord, right? Well, it isn’t always quite that easy. How do you decide what kind of landlord you want to be? Do you want to rent a room, a space (like parking or storage), a unit, land, a building? HowContinue reading “The Delicate Art of Real Estate Investing”
I Don’t Have Money To Invest – Help?
You look at your bank balance at the end of the month and there isn’t anything left. You’re hearing that you need to save and put money into an investment account for the future, but how can you even do that if there’s nothing left to invest?
Ready For Your First Day at a New Job?
There are a few easy things that you can do before you start a new job. These simple tips will help you start off on the right foot financially, without sacrificing any of the fun
Watching Our Friends Succeed
Why does it feel so difficult to be happy for someone who is succeeding?
Finesse Your Finances
Do you think about what you could do to truly take power of your finances? Here are three easy ways to gain control and finesse your finances.
Comparing My Bank-Based Investment Platform to Wealthsimple
Have you wondered if you should start investing with the investing platform offered by your bank? Do you wonder how it’s different from Wealthsimple? Tune in for my personal comparison
Not Your Parents’ Finances – A Guide on Investing
You might not be investing because you think you don’t have enough money, or that it’s too much trouble. It certainly isn’t true and let’s change that!
Investing for Yourself
Thinking about different types of investments, and how they can fit into your portfolio
Personal Finance – Understood
Do you remember in school, when you didn’t understand a topic, and the teacher (hopefully) would try to explain it in a different way? That’s what I’m here to do.