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Things I can’t be frugal with
September 20, 2016
Things I can’t be frugal with

Of course I CAN be frugal with anything, so here’s what I don’t WANT to be frugal with

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Veggie Lentil Chili: 1-dollar-1-pot meal
September 17, 2016
Veggie Lentil Chili: 1-dollar-1-pot meal

Incredibly easy one-dollar-one-pot healthy vegan meal

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Growing money
October 6, 2015
It’s not an investment, it’s just an expensive pair of shoes

How to stop lying to yourself and pretend that whatever you’re spending money on is an investment.

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August 31, 2015
How to pass the CSC: Volume 1

My super in-depth study plan for my Canadian Securities Course: Volume 1. I passed yo!

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June 3, 2015
Ontario’s new labour legislation and the service industry

8 shady labour violations that Ontario servers and bartenders have to deal with

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Growing money
May 14, 2015
Be a shareholder; not a consumer

RBC makes 9 billion dollars but charges customers $1-$5 for transactions. Who’s winning this game? Here’s How to Win at Capitalism.

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Growing money, Review
May 12, 2015
Book Review: Derek Foster’s “The Lazy Investor”

I’m so lazy I have a coffee machine on my nightstand so this is perfect for me

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Growing money, Taxes
May 7, 2015
How many TFSAs can I have?

Can I have two TFSAs? I explain the true function of a TFSA and show you how to maximize your TFSA to use it to grow your money.

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April 25, 2015
Are you really saving money?

Are you telling yourself a story to make yourself feel good or are you actually growing your net worth?

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Growing money
March 6, 2015
How I gave up 14 years of free money by failing to DRIP CIBC stock

It’s a wonderous capitalistic miracle that your money makes money for you.

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February 4, 2015
Pay yourself first and never budget again

Figuring out how much is an appropriate amount to spend on groceries for a single person is waste of time you could be spending watching Outlander on Netflix.

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Living life, Saving
January 14, 2015
Keep your rent as low as possible in Toronto

Why are we constantly trying to save on the small things — lattes, avocado toast — when in one fell swoop we can save hundreds monthly?

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