What a disappointing start to the morning. You all know I'm loud with my #financialfeminism drum. And if you want to know why, look no further than the new #MrBanker campaign from @NatWest_Help and @StylistMagazine. pic.twitter.com/AaQT6ivR3H — Harriet Allner (@TheScribbleBug) May 22, 2019 Financial feminism. The belief in the financial equality of women. The effort … Continue reading Sorry, NatWest, you can’t buy your way out of history
Money is emotional. Find a fiver in an old coat and you’re elated. Realise payday is after the bank holiday and there’s that all-too-familiar sinking feeling. I can’t count the number of times I’ve written (and spoken) about how money is emotional and why that’s the case. Hell, so many people have written that sentence, … Continue reading Why we need a money positivity movement
At the risk of sounding like I'm going through my post-adolescent idealistic phase (a fair assumption), I want to talk about an idea referred to as #fintechforgood - or the technology behind money that is making finance a more sustainable industry in terms of people, planet and profit.
Money, money, money; money on my mind. In fact, more and more often, personal finance creeps into my brain and tickles like an earworm. This isn’t surprising. As a twenty-something, I am (verrryyyy slowly) levelling up on the grownup front. I've been doing the stuff like pay bills and budget for a while but now I'm also … Continue reading How Mindful Money Means Living A Little Better
“For last year's words belong to last year's language And next year's words await another voice.” ― T.S. Eliot. 🌟✨#HappyNewYear 2⃣0⃣1⃣6⃣✨🌟 — Bibliophilia (@Libroantiguo) December 31, 2015 I’m not usually one for New Year Resolutions. I guess because I’ve always had a very obvious direction: complete this course, finish this class, attain that grade, … Continue reading Something Like Gumption: New Year 2016