Each year, the one thing is always look forward to is travel. I love exploring the world, getting lost in new places and experiencing what the world has to offer. One of the best feelings is finally being able to take in the sight of a place I have always wanted to visit. I simply… Continue reading Why I Am Taking A Year Off Travel (Storytime)
Greetings fellow financially frustrated people and welcome back to Broke Today Rich Tomorrow. On this very special Tuesday, a lot is happening, hence today we are doing something a little bit different on the blog. As a start, I was nominated for the Sunshine Blogger Award! The person who nominated me was the lovely Madison… Continue reading Life Update and the Sunshine Blogger Award
At last, ladies and gentlemen, the day I have been waiting for the last six months has come upon us. The stock market has crashed. The bubble has finally burst, and you know what? I hope it keeps going! Now, I know what you might be thinking – who in their right mind would look… Continue reading So The Market Crashed… What Now?
Before we even start this post, I want to let you know that I hear you. Are we seriously going to be talking about my goals for 2018… in February? Isn’t that a bit late to the party? Actually, isn’t that missing the party all together? I know, I know! This post may seem like… Continue reading My Goals For 2018
One of the biggest recurring themes among personal finance blogs is frugality. Spend less, save more, be minimalistic. Stop mindless purchases and spending on useless things. On paper, this idea is pretty simple. You’re supposed to curb your spending and prioritize. You have to give serious thought to just about anywhere your dollar is going.… Continue reading The 3 Things I Loved Spending On In January
In part 1 of my investment strategy, we talked a lot about compound interest and its importance to building wealth. We highlighted the importance of investing early and for the long term – that is, no touching that money until you retire. Today, we are taking things to the next level. But first, let’s cover… Continue reading My Investment Strategy As A Broke Student Part II
A few weeks ago, I went in for an interview at multi-national corporation for a part-time job. I had previously interviewed through them before earlier this year, having just missed out on an opening because of my current year level at university, as they needed someone a bit further into their degree. Nonetheless, they gave… Continue reading Why Rejection is Necessary to Succeed (Storytime)