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Tips for setting and achieving your new year goals

Tips for setting and achieving your new year goals

I love new year goals. Maybe it’s the inner list writer in me, but there’s something seductive about writing a list of all the self improvement I’m going to do over the next 12 months or so. Brought to you by Stockspot Top of my list are: master yoga handstands, get...

52 week savings challenge that will get us in the habit of saving

52 week savings challenge that will get us in the habit of saving

Let's save $1,378 this year to spend on ourselves. OMG, how good would that be?! While it doesn't even seem possible, you can do it with the 52 week savings challenge. Brought to you by Stockspot You've probably seen something like the 52 week savings challenge around...

5 basic financial lessons all kids need

5 basic financial lessons all kids need

Every time I see my two young nieces, I’m reminded of what perfect, untouched little souls they are. They’re so lucky to have been born in a country where girls do have the opportunity (theoretically) to do whatever they aspire to.Brought to you by StockspotAs an aunt...

My top 3 biggest parenting regrets (and how I’m fixing them)

My top 3 biggest parenting regrets (and how I’m fixing them)

I'm pretty sure I'm not alone when I say that I've got parenting regrets. There are so many, many things I wish I'd done differently. Of course, coulda woulda shoulda. Brought to you by Stockspot. I try not to dwell on my parenting regrets, but the fact is, there are...

How to raise your finances like an extra child

How to raise your finances like an extra child

There's something I wish we'd done ever since we had kids. I really wish we'd been raising our finances with the same care and attention that we've been raising our kids. Our money kid would have been doted on, nurtured and growing up beautifully. Brought to you by...

50+ jobs for teens that will benefit them for life

50+ jobs for teens that will benefit them for life

My eldest wants to work (he might not realise this yet), so we've been looking at jobs for teens. What's available and what's suitable. One thing we learned was that the minimum age for working wasn't 14 and three quarters, like we thought. There's actually no minimum...

10 important conversations we need to have with our daughters

10 important conversations we need to have with our daughters

My daughters are growing up fast (too fast, if you ask my own mum). They are becoming more self-conscious and perceptive - a killer combination that will one day be an asset, but right now is a huge confidence hit. I am doing my best to prop them up through the...

Readers tell us their best money saving tips for families

Readers tell us their best money saving tips for families

Our recent The Barefoot Investor for Families (affiliate link) giveaway turned up some fantastic money saving tips for families. So good, we found it really difficult to choose two winners. The tips were all too good! We didn't want to lose any of these money saving...

WIN one of two copies of The Barefoot Investor for Families – CLOSED

WIN one of two copies of The Barefoot Investor for Families – CLOSED

** This competition is now closed. Thanks for your entries. ** You might have noticed we're a little bit obsessed with money right now because we read The Barefoot Investor by Scott Pape. (* Just to let you know, this article is not a sponsored post, but the links to...

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Make ahead lunch: Vegie ricotta muffins

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This vegie ricotta muffins recipe is from the new book The Feel-Good Family Food Plan is fantastic to have on hand. Make a double batch and freeze them for complete convenience. The book is jam-packed full of everything you need to feed your family well, from one of...

“I need your best right now”: How to ask kids to step up

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