Okay. I was going to say Happy Easter to all my readers and friends but realised that this will sound really weird.
Yet it is true. Today is the Christian Orthodox Easter.
Thinking about it, celebrating Labour Day on a personal finance blog may appear somewhat weird as well. You know me well enough though to know that I’ve never been keen on capitalism without dignity for all and rampant greed.
Caught up between Easter and Labour Day, I decided to pay homage to both.
Happy Easter, friends, and may this year yield good returns on your investments.
As to Labour Day, it is important to recognise the long struggle for rights, dignity and fair pay for fair work. The lines of this struggle shift forward and back; we gain a bit and lose some. There is a long way to go, and there is a long way to go where women’s rights are concerned.
Now, without further delay, let me reveal the five articles on personal finance that I’ve selected as worthy of being the top money tips.
- Can your cell phone tell how good you are with money? [Budgets are Sexy]: Did you know that being a gambler can work for you? I feel so much better hearing that I’m a good risk when it comes to lending money.
- How we paid off every debt including our house in 5 years [Where Love Takes Us]: read this if you need motivation. Great story; and you know, you can do it as well.
- What we can learn from one of the World’s highest paid consultants [I Will Teach You to be Rich]: Ever since I read this one I’ve been watching myself as a hawk. Do me a favour and let me know next time I start a sentence with ‘but’, ‘no’ or ‘however’.
- How to find the work you were meant to do? [Money Boss]: Most of us work to live. If you’d like to know how to work and live read this one.
- What is robo-advice? [Savvy Woman]: You know that lately, and more often than not, robots (algorithms) make decisions about your money, right? You’d better get to know robo-advice.
I’m off to do some cooking and speak again soon.