Hello and welcome to part 2 of this 3 part blog series on the basics of finance. This post is all about key financial instruments. We will cover, liquid assets and transactions; various savings accounts, stocks and shares, and bonds. So, let’s start at the beginning …
Good morning Mumas, Welcome to this post. This will be the first of a three-part series that hopes to tell you the basics of investing. In this post, you are going to be introduced to the basic characteristics of investing and the names of various investments and their basic features. First, we will look at Liquidity,Continue reading “Liquidity, Risk and Diversification”
The Theory of Reasoned Action Rita Mae Brown’s fictional character, Jane Fulton, once said “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results.” Changing our behaviour can be difficult, but it’s the strongest predictor of getting a different result. I know I have the habit of buying a drinkContinue reading “Getting ready to make a change?”
There’s a well-known theory in behavioural economics called ‘Nudge’ theory and it looks at ‘Choice Architecture’. In a nutshell, it is a theory that suggests we can lead people to the ‘right’ decision, by changing small actions that can substantially impact the way people behave.
There are many reasons why someone may want to progress onto higher education. Some want to fulfil a lifelong dream, others want to increase their income or study a subject in depth. As a child, I always wanted to be a child psychologist. I always imagined myself with a clinic on Notting Hill. As anContinue reading “Thinking about Higher Education?”
Good morning guys, I hope you are all keeping well , I thought I would share with you my experience yesterday. You may be aware that I work in the mental health sector and yesterday was a day that I hadn’t experienced before. One of my students was close to suicide. It was very unnervingContinue reading “My experience with suicidal ideation”
On Sunday the 14th of February it’s the annual festival to celebrate romantic love or, St Valentine’s day as we more commonly call it. It’s a day that is celebrated by sending messages of love and affection to partners, family and friends. This Valentine’s day may be a bit different to those we have experiencedContinue reading “St Valentine’s Day 2021”
Let’s talk about wellbeing and money. It’s a common belief that the more money you have the happier you’ll be. However, it’s also said that money can’t buy you happiness. I think both are true to a point, money can’t buy you happiness but it can be used as a tool to maximise happiness andContinue reading “Financial wellbeing”
Good morning All, I hope you are well. As you may be aware, this week is Mental Health Awareness Week. I have been thinking about my kid’s mental health and the amount of time they spend on screens, in their rooms and away from their friends.They have all the horrid bits of schools (online lessons)Continue reading “Mental health week 2021”
Let’s talk managing loneliness.. Earlier, I wrote about loneliness. Now, I’d like to share some tips on how to manage loneliness.