Here are 8 tips that will help you retire when you choose rather than when you hit the retirement age. You don’t have to retire of course, but it makes a huge difference if you get to choose rather than have to keep working. I remember overhearing a conversation being held between a school teacher … Read more
I have watched the Australian housing market with interest for some time. In my opinion it’s a huge bubble in Sydney & Melbourne and there will be many tears when it bursts, as it must. Stupid people are bidding way too high for peoperties because they can get cheap finance but it will burn them … Read more
I really don’t like budgeting, it always feels like I’m restricting myself and removing the fun. Well, it did until I realised that in reality most properly constructed budgets don’t restrict you much and give you much more money in the long run, which is what we all want deep down. Anyway, here is a … Read more
By definition, residual income denotes the amount of net income generated in excess of the minimum rate of return. On a more personal level, it refers to the level of income that an individual has access to once all expenses and debts have been paid. Having a stable residual income is an important part of … Read more
This is a pretty good article on retirement income and investing but I take serious issue with the Motley Fool advertisement at the end of the article.They say that Warren Buffet made the bulk of his wealth after he turned 50, which is true, but then they say that this shows that it’s never too … Read more
Here is the second of the mindfulness videos I’ve collected for you.
If, as suggested in the previous video, we are all connected by energy waves then it makes sense that several people can have the same idea at the same time.
This talks about how we do heal ourselves or make ourselves ill by the way we think.
Be careful of what you say, words have power. Speak what you want not what you don’t want.
I don’t really remember where I first hear that but I can tell you from my own experience that it’s true.
This is not about positive thinking. It’s about what really goes on inside your head.
What you say to yourself, what you say to your partner, what you say to your kids, what you say to your dog or cat.
I have been telling my wife for the last 13 years that I always get a park near the door of wherever we are going, and I nearly always do.
I should have been telling her that I always win raffles and X-lotto…
You may have an idea of that or you may not, yet. What I have for you today is a video, it’s a bit long because it’s a TedX Talk but I think it’s well worth your time to watch it all the way through. Even if you don’t want to do what this young … Read more
Imagine for a moment, switching on your TV and instantly finding a selection of curated content, perfectly suited to your current interests, passions and tastes. Now imagine that as your interests change, your TV automatically updates to always give you the perfect content whenever and wherever you need it. This individualized, curated content delivery IS … Read more
As a parent I had very fixed ideas about how to raise a child correctly. Give them firm rules to abide by until they got old enough to understand logic. There is no point in negotiating with a child before they at least can understand instructions and communicate their thoughts to you. That usually doesn’t … Read more