Financial Philosophy: The Road Map For Making Financial Decisions

    April 8, 2016

    Daniel and I lived as DINKS (dual income, no kids) for few years between paying off Daniel’s student loan and starting a family. We were both in the consulting industry as engineers and made a decent wage; we had a lot of disposable income. We did as all young folk do: eat, play and travel. Within our means of course. Way below our means, actually. We were good savers. Saving was ingrained into our lifestyle, a product of our upbringing.…

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    JustWealth: The new Robo-Advisor in town

    The Fintech scene in Canada just got a little bit more interesting. Financial innovation brought on by advancements in technology have opened up new investment options that disrupt traditional institutions; the trend is starting…

    April 5, 2016
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    why Cebu, Philippines is for everyone

    It was grey and raining when we first arrived in Cebu City. The taxi ride from the airport to the hotel took over forty minutes; it wasn’t far, but the traffic was slow that…

    March 29, 2016
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    Exploring Bohol, Philippines with Kids

    It took almost three days to get to Bohol. First it was the 26 hour flight to Manila from Toronto. We stayed overnight and then took the first flight to the city of Cebu,…

    March 4, 2016
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    How I saved $4 while travelling with my kids

    At the corner of Calle Hama and main street in El Nido, there is a popular pizza restaurant that attracts throes of tourists. Every night there is a queue of sun-kissed island hoppers on…

    March 2, 2016