What do you do with your financials that epitomize the “be you” aspect of believe in yourself?
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One of the best fitness trackers on the market is Fitbit. The company recently released its latest wearable tracker, the Force, and it is easier than ever to keep up with what you’re doing.
When I was at school I was one of those kids who loved getting there early just so I could play football with my friends before the bell rang. As soon as I arrived I’d head straight for the yard, chuck my schoolbag on the ground to make some goal posts and burn off some steam for half an hour before I had to sit down and try to focus for the ENTIRE morning.
Even back then the contents of my schoolbag were pretty valuable, especially when I had my trainers, football boots and even a mobile phone in there. As a few of the following stats point out though, the average value of the contents in a child’s schoolbag has risen drastically in recent years. Parents may also be unaware that most of the time the contents of a schoolbag are not even insured if they were to get damaged or even worse, stolen. So is it time to think again about schoolbag insurance, checking your existing policies to see if the most valuable items of a schoolbag are covered and taking steps to add them to the policy if they are not?
About two and a half years ago, my fiancé and I took a vacation to Oregon. We loved it so much that we moved here after being home for less than a month. When we made that move, we had no idea how much our lives would change. We found ourselves hiking more and going downtown more. In short, we fell in love with where we lived.
Not everything in each of the books is something I agree with, but there are nuggets that changed my thinking in each of the following 5 books:
You’ve worked hard and you’ve saved and earned (or maybe you didn’t, maybe you’ve stumbled into a fantastical fortune). You’ve decided to spend your money on buying a home overseas, send money to far flung family, emigrating or getting married abroad (or something more exotic and exciting than we can imagine).
Following up with this lifetime of savings series, we have talked about how to save money in your 20s and how to build solid foundations for your adult financial life. Now let’s see what should be tackled in your 30s.
The big problem with the paperless model as it exists today, says Pareek, is consumers still can’t get access to their statements in one place. They have to wade through all of their electronic statements, or visit multiple web sites.
One of the questions that many people try to tackle is how much they should spend on an engagement ring. As with all things finance, the choice is personal.