Posts categorised by Mind over money

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Make 2021 your best financial year yet

Life gives us a second chance every 365 days. A chance to do better and to be better. After a year like 2020, we desperately need to turn over a new leaf. But what will you do with the new opportunities 2021 holds? Will you start anew or keep on locking horns with your wallet?… Read more →

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Keep this in mind when shopping this Black Friday 🛍

With the financial consequences of the pandemic still looming for most, it’s important to keep these tips in mind when going Black Friday shopping.

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Do you know why you want to be financially free?

Financial freedom has become a buzzword made popular by Youtubers, writers and bloggers. Many of us have the goal to be financially free, but far fewer actually attain that goal. One of the reasons for this is that we say we want to be financially free, but have no idea what that actually means, or… Read more →

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Dealing with debt after a payment holiday

For many South Africans, the payment holiday offered by credit providers during the three-month period from April to June 2020 came as a great relief. In a recent survey by the debt counselling firm, DebtBusters, a rather grim picture of the consequences of the payment holiday was painted. Payment holidays were an effective short-term solution,… Read more →

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What’s your money personality series- The Big Spender

2-3 min read (or brushing your teeth) Did you know there are different money personalities? Ever wondered what yours is and what it means for your bank account? Over the next few weeks, we’re rolling out a series of Slice articles on different money personas to help you identify your type and learn more about what the… Read more →

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Ditching your car for an Uber

If Transport & Fuel is one of the budget categories in which you record the highest spend each month, you’re not alone. It seems it only takes a few days for a tank of petrol to go from full to empty. Those tanks aren’t getting any cheaper either. The petrol price has increased by nearly… Read more →

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Saving money with limited sacrifices

When exploring ways to save or earn a little more money becomes more work than it’s worth, it’s time to re-evaluate your thinking. Saving money should be simple and when it’s not, we don’t often follow through. That’s why we’ve put together a few of the easiest ways to save, starting right now. These tips… Read more →

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Money saving hacks

Everybody wants to save money, but actually saving money is difficult. It’s natural to feel like saving money is a sacrifice, as we are deferring present spending for use in an uncertain future. Struggling to actively make changes to your spending habits will often leave you frustrated.  However, by not saving you are constantly having… Read more →

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Identifying Good Money Habits 🏅

For most of us, having excess money to invest and save at the end of the month seems nearly impossible. Being told to be frugal and trying to not spend money on things we want is easier said than done. With money being perceived as limiting and associated with what we “CAN’T” do rather than… Read more →

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Don’t Obsess Over Your Investments

Today’s post comes from Hendrik Brand. Hendrik blogs about personal finance and financial independence at Tigers on a Golden Leash.