Posts by slothrenovations

23 | Intentional Living: Minimalism, Finance, Goal Setting

10 Tips for Moving Out // Finance Edition

Hey All,

We’ve had a number of Public Holidays here in Aus, and I’m unsure of which way is up at this present moment! However, here is a list I’ve been working on for anyone looking to move out. These are a collection of things that I wish I had have known about the finance aspect of moving out.

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The Benefits of ‘Owning’ Your Money

Happy Saturday!

As discussed in A Financial Reset | EOFY, I’m working over the next few months to put my own personal financials together, as well as assist the lucky winners from the Facebook Giveaway with putting financials together for them, in preparation for the new financial year.

So why do I spend time putting these together for myself? These are the benefits to both myself and others:

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Two Months of Blogging

Wow. Have I really stuck to something for two months? Apparently.

Disclaimer: This isn’t a post to brag, or to show-off, or to even say woe is me. There are so many factors that influence social media growth. Such as size of social media circles, particular niches and trends (and sometimes just being noticed by the right person). Based on the posts I’ve read, I’d say I’m an average hobby blogger. However, this is just my opinion. What you determine as successful, is also very different to what I deem to be successful when it comes to blogging. 

With all that being said… let’s get into it.

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Breaking My Own Rules

Hiya All,

Grab a tea, coffee or flavoured water, this one is a bit of a lengthy one.

This post is more of a personal one, it serves as a bit of a life update and why the posting schedule died over the last week and a half. In summary, I suppose you could say my life is now taking a different direction. For privacy reasons, I won’t be going into detail. However, plans have changed and rules have been broken. From a financial standpoint, I’ve gone backwards. From a personal development perspective, I’ve moved forward (I think, I hope… I have).

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