The A-Z Of Saving Money E-Book-A to Zero Excuses!

When Glen who blogs at Monster Piggy Bank emailed me about this new A-Z e-book project he wanted to start working on I thought it was a great idea. Glen had also asked me if I was interested in contributing to the e-book along with many other personal finance Bloggers and I was honoured that he had asked me. I had thought about writing an e-book last year but I was nowhere near that stage in my blogging hobby to even attempt that. I just knew that one day I might want to take everything that I have learned and put it into a book that everyone could easily read. At that point though I was still learning about blogging and networking with many Bloggers whom I consider good virtual friends today. I’m not kidding when I say I read over one hundred blog posts every week and can’t get over how friendly the personal finance Blogging community really is. Canadian Budget Binder When I started to brainstorm for Canadian Budget Binder I knew that I enjoyed talking about saving money and finance but I was far from a finance professional. I’m just a regular guy with a dirty little secret, I have a […]

Book Review: How To Be Richer,Smarter And Better Looking Than Your Parents

“But I’m already richer than my parents, and I’ve always been smarter and better looking!” All of us like to think that of course, but regardless of whether or not it’s true for you, Zac Bissonnette’s best-seller is a must read. “How to be Richer, Smarter, and Better Looking Than Your Parents” is a book that focuses mostly on personal finance topics, especially frugality and wise money management. The book starts out with some rather hilarious mockery of celebrities who have gone broke, and shows the logical reasons why. No matter how much money you make, if you spend it all, you’ll be gaining nothing. These celebrities made millions, and then blew it all with regular $25,000 shopping trips. Bissonnette then goes into how the mistakes of the rich and famous can be avoided (albeit on a smaller scale money wise) in your own life. The golden rule of personal finance, spend less than you earn, is at the heart of his philosophies. For those of us who grew up in frugal households, this seems like common sense. But to others who didn’t, it can be a big shock to the system. But the rewards are incredible if you apply his advice. His chapter […]

Winner Of Money Smart Mom -Financially Fit Parenting Book

A big Thank you to Author Sarah Deveau for offering one of her Financially Fit Parenting Books as a prize to one lucky reader. To all the fans thank-you for taking the time to read my book review and enter. I would like to take a moment to say that understanding your financial health is  paramount to understanding life itself. Invest some time in understanding where you are by starting a budget. If you didn’t win this book certainly pick it up at Chapters as it’s filled with important information for all Canadian parents. I asked readers who wanted to win a copy to share the Facebook post or Tweet the review and comment that they did to be entered to potentially WIN a copy! A randomly selected number was chosen and……. Congratulations to our WINNER! Please contact me via email at canadianbudgetbinder@yahoo.ca so I can have your prize sent to you…. StevenandJessica Hart says: July 7, 2012 at 9:02 pm I shared the post on Facebook and I am definitely a fan! Thanks for entering everyone! You can Follow Canadian Budget Binder on Twitter HERE or Facebook HERE and Pinterest Here.  Come join the conversation, we’re waiting! Cheers Mr.CBB Photo Credit-Money Smart Mom Related articles […]

Book Review-Money Smart Mom-Financially Fit Parenting

A Book Review of Financially Fit Parenting written by Author Sarah Deveau As you may already know Mrs. CBB and I have no children as of yet. We are hoping to have a child one day soon and this book was an excellent guide to answer some of our questions. When we hear about children and money we automatically believe it will cost a fortune to raise a child. That may be the case but if you plan and budget your money it may not be as bad as it sounds. Sarah doesn’t miss a beat in this book offering tips on everything from making the decision to have a child all the way to budgeting and saving for the future. All soon-to-be or wanna be parents like us should read this book and make notes and lots of them. You will learn everything you need to know about parenting tucked into this well planned out guide. One of the most important topics is preparing for one income and adjusting the budget to show this change. I often have mothers asking me how they can budget while on maternity leave  and I often tell them to “live it” before the baby […]

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