Archive for September, 2012

Spring greens

Those heavy frosts earlier this month are a distant memory (I hope) and this morning’s balmy weather seemed the perfect time to plant out my lettuce seedlings.

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Money for two – managing money in relationships

The changing roles of women in society have led to some interesting trends in how money is managed in relationships. Our mothers and grandmothers came from an era when married women mostly didn’t work, but were given ‘housekeeping’ money.

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Career coaching advice

Whether you have recently lost your job, want to change your career, seek to further the career you have or are about to enter the workforce, the keys to success are similar. It involves successfully answering three questions: ‘What do you want to do?’, ‘What skills do you bring to the marketplace?’ and, ‘What will others…..

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The ‘As If’ Principle for planning ahead with your money

One of the most useful techniques for planning ahead with your money is what I call the ‘As If’ Principle. It is a really simple technique that clearly identifies in advance whether a specific goal is achievable, while at the same time, helping you achieve it!

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