Doctors will often advise their patients after a certain age, usually when they turn 35, to make sure they get a comprehensive check-up every year to ensure that they are healthy and to detect anything unusual. Some health insurance policies have these check-ups as a perk built into their coverage. What I talk about an…… Continue reading Have You Had Your Annual Wealth Check-up Yet?
The ongoing global pandemic has caused a seismic shift in all areas of human life. Millions of people have been rendered jobless, some of the world’s biggest economies have shed billions and things don’t look like turning around anytime soon. However, there are some positives to take from this situation. The pandemic has left a…… Continue reading 6 Things I’ve Learnt from COVID-19 (So Far)
If you are someone that is interested in personal finance then you already know what FIRE is. If you aren’t someone that has heard of the FIRE movement then let me break down what it’s about & why it may interest you to learn a bit about it.
The coronavirus is the only thing on people’s mind. I know it’s bringing a lot of people a lot of anxiety including myself. I’m not a health worker and nor do I have any special advice for anyone. The novel coronavirus or COVID-19 has hit our shores and has not severely affected large groups…… Continue reading COVID-19 Money Matters
January is easily one of the toughest months for many Kenyans irrespective of their tribe, gender, or marital status. It’s even harder for those who don’t have control of their finances. Taking control of your finances is an ongoing process that involves having the intention to improve one’s financial health, planning the steps to take,…… Continue reading 4 Reasons to Sign up for a Savings Challenge
I started blogging as part of an assignment for my Total Quality Management (TQM) class in 2017. It was the second time I was taking the course because I had failed it the first time. It was one of the few times I had to deal with ACTUAL failure in my life. I had dealt… Continue reading Who Am I and Why I blog
Benjamin Franklin, one of the Founding Fathers of what we know call the United States of America once said, “if you fail to plan, you are planning to fail”. hat is why budgets are such a big part of personal finance. An individual’s budget is the starting point of achieving their financial goals. It is…… Continue reading Budgeting for Success
Investing is scary. It’s complicated and no one really knows what’s going to happen. This must sound familiar, and it’s what I used to feel for a long time before I started my investment journey. Imagine saving for months and then investing it all at once into ONE specific asset class. Then picture this, 2…… Continue reading 7 common investing myths debunked
Personal finance is a topic that I cannot get enough of whether it’s written about in articles or on YouTube videos. I love listening to anything remotely related to personal finance on the platforms I visit on a daily basis. A big part of personal finance is knowing where your money comes from and where…… Continue reading Saving vs. Earning – There can only be ONE winner
The verb ‘adulting’ has gained notoriety in pop culture as young adults in their early 20’s wade through the waves of change in their lives. It’s being pegged as a stage where you’re expected to have your life sorted out while still not being taken too seriously because “you haven’t seen enough of life” to…… Continue reading 6 Tips to save money while adulting