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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

Lately, I’ve been helping a friend prepare for a lay-off.   Her company has given her a couple of months’ warning, so preemptive steps can be taken. This has gotten me to seriously think about what steps I would take in order to prepare for a lay-off myself. Concerning the company What kind of severance The … Continue reading "How to Prepare for a Lay-off" The post How to Prepare for a ...
Posted: May 19 2019 @ 9:51 AM
When I entered the room, I almost took a step back.  A room full of women intimidates the heck out of me.  But, it’s just brunch and with assigned seating, what could go wrong? Venue Earlier this year, I started a collaboration with The Ace Class. They are an organization focused on building female networks … Continue reading "How to Ace Brunch" The post How to Ace Brunch appeared first on ...
Posted: May 12 2019 @ 10:15 AM
  Recently I followed a very interesting discussion in a Facebook personal finance group about if I really needed an emergency fund. The answer that everyone hates in Personal Finance is “It depends”.  But what does it depend on? Read on to find out if you need an emergency fund or if you can put … Continue reading "Do I Really Need an Emergency Fund?" The post Do I Really Need ...
Posted: May 05 2019 @ 9:45 AM
The gender wage gap has long since grabbed headlines, more recently a new gap is capturing attention. This is the gender investment gap. The gap shows women are investing 40 percent less than their male peers. So why is this so? I actually flip this dry statistic around. It shows that women are investing and … Continue reading "Why Aren’t Women Investing? The Gender Investment Gap" The post Why Aren’t Women ...
Posted: Apr 28 2019 @ 10:37 AM
A lot of women I speak to say they rather save their money in high-interest savings accounts or in GICs. When I ask them why almost all say because the stock market is like gambling to them. Does this sound like you? If yes, read on! What is Equity? Stocks, or equity, is part ownership … Continue reading "Are Stocks Gambling?" The post Are Stocks Gambling? appeared first on SundayBrunchCafe. ...
Posted: Apr 21 2019 @ 9:45 AM
Recently I ran a quick 10 question survey trying to get the pulse on what people like you want to read and learn about in the realm of personal finance and investing. I want to thank everyone who took the time to participate and congrats to the winner of the gift certificate I drew at … Continue reading "Money Management Survey Results" The post Money Management Survey Results appeared first on ...
Posted: Apr 14 2019 @ 9:53 AM
“What do you think of buying lottery tickets?”  My tablemate discretely asked me after I told her that I run a money blog for women.  We were at brunch and we had just finished introducing ourselves. Her tone was a bit hesitant as if expecting a chiding. She breathes a sigh of relief when I … Continue reading "The Life-Changing Magic of Lottery Winnings" The post The Life-Changing Magic of Lottery ...
Posted: Mar 15 2019 @ 9:54 AM
How many of you were like me and binged watched the entire Tidying Up series with Marie Kondo in 1 sitting? The show was a surprise hit; love it or hate it, it had everyone talking. Besides how to declutter, I learned one of the most important lessons from watching the show. Why We Love … Continue reading "The One Lesson Marie Kondo Teaches That No One Talks About" The post ...
Posted: Feb 28 2019 @ 7:05 PM
By now, you’ve probably heard the term “capsule wardrobe” a thousand times. Maybe you’ve toyed with the idea of creating one but haven’t gotten around to it. We actually create one every time we pack for a trip. I experienced my mini capsule on my first business trip when I packed a couple of interchangeable pieces … Continue reading "My Capsule Wardrobe Came with its Own Luggage" The post My Capsule Wardrobe ...
Posted: Feb 15 2019 @ 9:38 AM
What happens when your budget sucks and you hate it?  Is staying within budget leaving you worn out and resentful? Read on to find out what to do instead. I was a slave to my budget I had a lot of experience in that area.  For years, I operated within a bare-bones budget.  Partly it … Continue reading "When Your Budget Grinds You Down" The post When Your Budget Grinds You ...
Posted: Jan 31 2019 @ 2:05 PM

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