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The Charles "Manny" Manson Files

We adopted a cat. A 3 year old gray male – object of most of my adoration – feline.

My best friend renamed him. The cat was called “Cookie Monster”, but the name “Charles Manson” was bestowed upon him. 470 more words


My Struggle Of Holding On To My Own Money

This year has been a turning point for me and my wallet. I am not normally the type of person who really tries to save money or live debt free, but that all changed this year. 506 more words


The Age of Start-Ups: How student loans affect loan decisions

Welcome to the age of the Start-Ups!

The millennial age has ushered in a new world of technology – things like Google Glasses, YouTube, and people can’t figure out how they lived before Uber. 376 more words

3 Money Ruts Singaporeans Often Find Themselves In, And How to Get Out

(Source: blog.moneysmart.sg)

Have you ever had the feeling that you were just running in place on the great hamster wheel of life? Every day you go to work, ostensibly to grow your wealth and attain career advancement and, hopefully, satisfaction. 883 more words

Money Matters

Interest rates are capped, what next?

This article first appeared in my weekly column with the Business Daily on August 28, 2016

Last week on Wednesday President Kenyatta assented to the Bill to cap interest rates at 4 percent above the Central Bank Rate (CBR). 618 more words


Monday 149: Some Reading

Monday, 29 August 2016

For someone without a lot of free time to read, reading takes on an even greater meaning . . . meaning quality and value.   727 more words

Another Monday

“Drowning in Debt”

“Drowning in Debt”

By Shlomo Maital

   A new report from McKinsey Global Research, “Global Debt: Challenges and Opportunities”, sounds the alarm, from a rather unlikely source – a consulting company that makes its living on optimism and activism. 285 more words