Time, Money and Financial Independence

My interest in money and time management started when I figure out that I myself was trapped: I didn’t have enough time to do all the things I wanted and I was always busy (still…). The same happened with money: as an immigrant to a new country, I didn’t bring anything more than two suitcases with clothes and books (for each member of our family). I had to go back to school to be able to work in Canada, we had to buy everything again, starting from small things like dishes and pots and ending with the house. In the way, I have learned a few lessons about money (and time) and would like to share them with whoever wants to read.

Disclaimer: I am not a financial planner or advisor and have no intention to be one. My comments and suggestions around money and budgeting come from experience, readings and own concerns.

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