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Sunday Brunch Cafe

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Name:
Sundaybrunchcafe
Category:
General Finance
Tags:
investing, portfolio, money mindset
Start Year:
2018

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Net worth:
$460,000.00
Location:
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Unspecified
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Female
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Profession:
Portfolio Manager
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Latest Blog Posts

In money and investing, we only hear about the success stories. How your friend’s cousin’s neighbor’s coworker got in on a once in a lifetime trade and now is retired in the Carribean. But we never hear about all the bad trades that came before that stroke of luck. So I decided to air my … Continue reading "I work in Finance and These Are the Money Mistakes I Made" The ...
Posted: Sep 22 2019 @ 9:26 AM
This blog post is part of the 4th Annual Suicide Prevention Awareness Month blog tour. If you are feeling suicidal, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 or text HOME to 741741 September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. Suicide, depression and mental illness can not be teased apart.  Mental health is fundamental yet … Continue reading "Depression in the First Person" The post Depression in the First Person appeared ...
Posted: Sep 15 2019 @ 8:56 AM
Let’s openly talk about mental health and money. Specifically, how we spend it and why I’ll never tell you to stop buying your latte. When it comes to money; shame, guilt, lack, deprivation are pervasive emotions.  Finance advisors, experts, bloggers are making their money by selling you inadequacy. They tell us we are spending our … Continue reading "Why I’ll Never Tell You To Stop Buying Your Latte" The post Why ...
Posted: Sep 08 2019 @ 8:51 AM
Have you ever had the experience where you wanted to cut down your spending during a certain period, only to find yourself spending more than usual? Or like regular diets, you want to lose a couple of pounds and then there are all kinds of free cupcakes at the office?  Or all these great restaurants … Continue reading "Why Money Diets Don’t Work and What You Should Do Instead" The post ...
Posted: Aug 25 2019 @ 9:03 AM
Are you sick of hearing about the US-China trade war yet?  Have you already tuned out any talks that involve tariffs? I almost did until I read something that stopped me in my tracks.  The trade war will disproportionately affect women. What?  Aren’t we all buying goods from China? According to traditional economic theory and … Continue reading "What Will the US-China Tariffs Cost You" The post What Will the US-China ...
Posted: Aug 18 2019 @ 9:01 AM
Are you sick of hearing about the US-China trade war yet?  Have you already tuned out any talks that involve tariffs? I almost did until I read something that stopped me in my tracks.  The trade war will disproportionately affect women. What?  Aren’t we all buying goods from China? According to traditional economic theory and … Continue reading "What Will the US-China Tariffs Cost You as a Woman" The post What ...
Posted: Aug 18 2019 @ 9:01 AM
It’s time for another round of Brunch & Books! This week I take a closer look at the hugely popular “You Are a Badass” by Jen Sincero. Read on to see if you are kicking ass and taking names! The Badass Roadmap The book is broken up into 5 parts of a journey.  Like all … Continue reading "A Badass Review of Your Are a Badass" The post A Badass Review ...
Posted: Aug 11 2019 @ 9:34 AM
Let’s face it. Budgets suck. A surprising stance from a personal finance professional. Budgets, as we know them, seem to be more stick than carrot. As humans, we respond better to positive reinforcement rather than punishment. So how can we be sure to get the carrot in order for us to make our financial cake? … Continue reading "5 Budget Hacks that Let Me Save 30% of My Pre-tax Pay" The ...
Posted: Aug 04 2019 @ 9:48 AM
“Oops – I’m sorry. ” I say as I pushed the door to exit and found a male officemate on the other side trying to enter. “It’s alright,” he said. That simple sentence of absolve me jolted me to question myself. What was I apologizing for? Canadian Memes I’m Canadian and when I visit my … Continue reading "Elton John was Wrong: Sorry Has to be the Easiest Word" The post ...
Posted: Jul 28 2019 @ 9:51 AM
For the month of June, I challenged myself to make art every day for 30 days.   What is a 30-day challenge A couple of years ago, I discovered personal 30-day challenges.  I had backed a Kickstarter campaign by Kate Matsudaira for the Spark Planner. It’s an analog agenda and what I liked about it … Continue reading "I Tried a 30-day Challenge and This Is What Happened" The post I ...
Posted: Jul 21 2019 @ 9:35 AM

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