Because let’s be honest, someone who pays $450 a week in rent for a room with a private sun terrace isn’t someone who should be giving advice on how to make smart financial decisions.
So, you can imagine my surprise yesterday when I started working out my finances. I mean, yes I was on a codeine high after my recent laryngitis diagnosis BUT, I now feel like someone who is living her best financial life… well, I’m at least someone who is being a smidgen smarter with her dollars.
This is what I learnt whilst trying to make it rain:
Music has always been a strong way to get a message out there so, on this International Women's Day I spoke to Lucie Cutting and put together a playlist of four strong and powerful singers you will want to know about!
I know there are times when the dick behaviour life seems like the only possible way to achieve the outcome you want but, after enduring two cancelled Qantas flights and one failed Jetstar flight transfer I can assure you that the non-dick life is the way to go.
Given my airport chaos it would be easy for me to get angry about the airport staff and the cancelled flights but, instead I’m angry at passenger behaviour because in the past 48 hours I have witnessed and heard stories of humanity at its worst.
Unless you're the heir to a real estate fortune or an overnight Powerball winner then you're going to need to work for a living... and, since you'll be spending a good chunk of your life at work you should be in a job you at least like.
Unfortunately the Marie Kondo “does it bring you joy?” approach doesn't apply to the workplace so, what do you do if you're not happy and what are the signs you should leave?
Whenever someone mentions how great Disney’s Moana is, I get weirdly proud. I puff my chest out and hold my head up high taking credit as if I was involved in the movie’s development. The fact is, the movie has had a huge impact on my own personal development.
So, what do I a living human woman have in common with a fictional animated Disney character called Moana?
As a straight, single, unmarried, childless Australian woman I have been thinking about the upcoming same-sex marriage postal survey and wondering, how does it affect me and how can I centralise my voice rather than the voice of the same-sex community?