You Can Never Be Overdressed or Can You?

A funny story about styling came to my mind when a friend posted a joke on Facebook about the Capitol riots in the States. There was this meme that it’s easier to get into the US Capitol than into Berghain, a nightclub in Berlin. 😃 So then I remembered when I TRIED to get intoContinue reading “You Can Never Be Overdressed or Can You?”

It’s All About Interest Rates

If you want to save money, you need to look at the interest rates. Reducing debt with the highest interest rates is the first thing you should look at. It doesn’t matter if it’s a credit card, a house loan, or a monthly instalment for a new TV/ phone/ laptop/ car, you need to eliminateContinue reading “It’s All About Interest Rates”

In Loving Memory of London

The inspiration to this blog’s amazingly stylish logo, my best friend, my only friend in Finland in dark times, and my furry grey baby cat London passed away two weeks ago. ❤️ I had a little break from writing as my cat’s death hasn’t been the only struggle I’m currently dealing with, but I’ll beContinue reading “In Loving Memory of London”

GUEST POST: Big Brands are Irrelevant When You’re Shopping for Healthy Food

Being on a budget is not synonymous with eating poorly. Although this is a common thought, here you will learn about eating well on a budget. Many useful tips help with eating well on a budget that you might have never realized. Eat Healthy And Spend Less Eating well on a budget helps you thinkContinue reading “GUEST POST: Big Brands are Irrelevant When You’re Shopping for Healthy Food”

My Travel Ratings As a Solo Traveler for 15 Cities

I can adapt to many countries and locations since I come from an international background. In many cities people have mistaken me as a local like in Paris and NYC. It’s cute, but then there are cities that are not so friendly towards solo female travellers with an international background. I chose these 15 citiesContinue reading “My Travel Ratings As a Solo Traveler for 15 Cities”

Travel with a 100€ ($117) budget to Tallinn

Depends where you live, but a quick trip to one of your neighboring countries or states refreshes your mind and makes you happy. In Europe, it’s relatively easy and affordable to visit your neighboring countries. So I decided after a dreadful 2 YEARS 4 MONTHS without a single trip abroad that I’m going to Tallinn,Continue reading “Travel with a 100€ ($117) budget to Tallinn”

What to Buy When Your Weekend Budget for Grocesories is 20€ ($23,60)

So my weekend budget is 20€ ($23,60). 😃Which groceries did I buy and did I leave any money to go out? Here’s what I planned before I went to the supermarket and what I bought for the whole weekend for myself and my cats: Plan your meals for the whole weekend. Breakfast, lunch, dessert, dinner,Continue reading “What to Buy When Your Weekend Budget for Grocesories is 20€ ($23,60)”

Managing Your Credit Card Debt

Budgeting is all about keeping your expenses in tact. You don’t want to spend extra money on interest rates, reminders for paying your bills etc. I’m not a millionaire, I do have A LOT of credit card debt and I’m struggling to pay my bills. So there are people who argue I’m not the bestContinue reading “Managing Your Credit Card Debt”

If You Love Your Brands Like I do, You Can Still Buy Them With a Small Budget

Even if you can’t live without your Fila, Nike, Michael Kors, Gucci stuff, there are ways to buy them without paying a full price. No, I don’t mean steal them or buy stolen stuff, but sales, second-hands from your friend circle, recycling and so on. I have always sold my brand bags when I noContinue reading “If You Love Your Brands Like I do, You Can Still Buy Them With a Small Budget”