Over the past few weeks, I have seen a lot of people doing the 10-year photo challenge. If you haven’t seen it before, basically, you put a picture of yourself from 2008/9 next to a picture from 2018/9. Some people took the challenge as a way to brag about how much they haven’t aged. Others… Read More The 10 Year Challenge – Financial Edition
We are more than halfway through January and I just finished working on my goals for 2019. I know I should have had this up weeks ago, but you know… Life happens. These goals are important because they focus on building better habits and relationships. 2018 was amazing, however, 2019 is going to be one… Read More 19 Goals for 2019
As 2018 draws to a close, we would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who made this such a great year. We’d like to thank our family, for being supportive and for being there for all the good times and not so good times. But most importantly we’d like to thank The Frugal Onion readers… Read More Happy Holidays from Our Family to Yours!
It’s that time of year again, a time to be with family and friends and to show your loved ones how much you truly love and appreciate them. However, no matter how much you love someone, you shouldn’t have to go into debt to show them you truly care. So here are a few ways… Read More How to Get Through the Holidays Debt-free
Today’s post was supposed to be a travel diary for our recent trip to Barcelona but I have been spending the last week getting things back in order after my wallet was stolen (in Barcelona). I still have two more calls to make regarding my social insurance card and license, however, for the most part,… Read More My Wallet was Stolen
Last month we celebrated our 2nd Anniversary and I thought back to when I was actually planning for the big day. Thinking about all the suggestions on the venue, ceremony, decor, which vendor to use and who to invite. And then there was a sense of relief because when we said ‘I do’, I knew… Read More How I Spent $5,300 for Our Wedding
This post was originally published in July 2015 on my previous blog. I was shocked at how much I had earned over the years but I was even more shocked at the fact that I could not say where it had went and had nothing saved. Since hitting the publish button three years ago I… Read More Where did 16 years worth of pay go?
We are officially 10 days into the summer season and with all the gorgeous weather and all of the fun activities that happen between June and September, the last place I want to be after 5 pm is at my desk. Cocktail anyone? Luckily, I work for a company that believes in work/life balance –… Read More Tips for an Inexpensive Summer
I was fortunate enough to travel to Zürich, Switzerland for business back in March to attend a 3-day conference and the whole experience was AMAZING! If this was a vacation, I would talk about how much I had spent on travel, accommodations, food, shopping and any other category that was hit. But since this was a… Read More Travel Diary: Zürich, Switzerland 2018
Mom’s are like superheroes. Growing up, we watch our moms juggle all these different balls, not letting a single one drop. They make it seem so effortless. I mean wife, mom, sister, daughter, chef, maid, chauffeur, homework checker, sounding board and so much more. They teach us how to be strong, independent, kind and to respect… Read More 9 Lessons my Mother Taught Me