As December begins, before fully embracing the festive season and all the festivities, it’s time to review the previous month of November. After October’s financial haircut, how did I fare last month? And more importantly, how was the month of November outside of finances?
It’s Friday, so time for Let’s meet Financial Feminists. This week I have the pleasure of introducing Liz from Chief Mom Officer. Liz has recently won the Plutus Award for her blog, Chief Mom Officer. I always find her blog relevant and super inspiring, despite not having children myself. I love how she is a […]
It’s Friday, so time for Let’s meet Financial Feminists. This week I have the pleasure of introducing Emily Guy Birken. Emily will be well known to lots of you in the personal finance world as a frequent contributor to many money sites. In addition, she has written four books. Due to the quality of her contributions, […]
It’s Friday, so time for Let’s meet Financial Feminists. This week I have the pleasure of introducing Alyssa from Mixed up Money. Alyssa is such a sassy and down to earth blogger. She manages to combine many jobs, blogging and raising a feminist daughter. And she is a fellow personal finance twitter addict.
I, like many many people who are interested in personal finances, have a money spreadsheet. It’s a very useful spreadsheet, albeit a bit ugly, showing my financial numbers and those of the past. It also contains some forward-looking elements, with projections into the future. All pretty standard in these circles and something that really helps me […]
I am so happy to introduce to you a new series here on Ms ZiYou, Let’s meet UK Personal Finance Bloggers. This week please welcome Dr FIRE. He writes from an academic perspective on money, striving for financial independence and more. I’m really keen to hear what he has to say about the education system […]