Ok, post number one. As stated in my ‘About’ page, I’m a single mother, I have a disabling disease (Rheumatoid Arthritis, amongst other things) and two high maintenance teenagers.
My son has Asperger’s Syndrome and my daughter has a Generalised Anxiety
When I bought this house, I bought it at around $15-25K less than the market value. Someone actually tried to gazump me...but I prevailed. I felt like that was fate...and this house was meant to be mine. I love
What’s the definition of a good plan? It has to be ‘SMART’ - specific, measurable, action-driven, realistic, and time-bound?
I’m suddenly going back to my days of being a project manager on large IT projects now. That was a loooong time
An attractive garden increases the value of a house
Ok, I think I’ve already said that I’m a hopeless gardener. Like, really hopeless. I have tried and failed many times before. But now I’m 46, and I have a different incentive. I
I have finished planting out the first garden bed. It took me a week to do what probably would have taken a normal person a day. Such is life with rheumatoid Arthritis. I always say
I can do everything a healthy
So here’s my problem. I have enough money to manage at the moment, but my income is going to be cut over the next four years. And the cuts start in a month when my Carer’s Allowance disappears. That’s $124.70