Here are my public rants for the last two weeks. I am preparing for some family visiting for the last half of November (which is a big deal when family=Canada and home=Australia!), so I imagine my online life will get pretty quiet for a while. I hope I don’t go into withdrawal, what with an online addiction such as I have!
Would you like to be on the same financial page with a group of people? Meet regularly with like-minded and fun individuals, and collectively learn about and discuss new financial concepts? Are you tired of labored conversation at dinner parties, where any topic that touches on money is frowned upon? Then joining or starting an investment club may be just what the doctor ordered!
There is no denying that financial matters lay at the root of many – if not most – couples’ problems. While some openly communicate about the issues at hand, more couples yet don’t even recognize exactly what the problems are and thus allow a bad problem to worsen, and in some cases, culminate in a break-up or divorce.
Here are some of the issues that cause friction in our romances, and what to do about them before they blossom into a host of irrevocable thorny problems.
Although my spell checker doesn’t yet recognize it, “voluntourism” is indeed an industry-recognized term for volunteer vacations. But does it really do all the good that we think it does?
When everything familiar feels like it is a million miles away, you can still create a sense of “home” while traveling or living on the road. Described in this article are a few ways you can define your own home on the road.