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The next chapter

The retirement life stage, whichever way you choose to structure it, can be an incredibly stressful time for those experiencing it. In the 1960s, psychiatrists Thomas Holmes and Richard Rahe developed a scaled list of 43 of the most stressful… Read More ›

The ride of your life

When planning our first expedition to the Okavango Delta and Caprivi Strip, our initial step was to consult the experts. Analysing the long and dusty route, understanding the costs and logistics, and knowing what to pack for the trip were… Read More ›

Financial freedom at any age

The traditional road to a well-funded retirement is a linear process that follows the predictable trajectory of school, university, job, marriage, children, travel and then retirement – a process which is supported by approximately 480 pay cheques and interspersed with… Read More ›

Money mistakes to avoid in your 30s

The financial decisions you make in your thirties can set the general course of your financial journey and it’s absolutely essential to get them right. Major decisions such as marriage, children, property purchases and career-changes are hallmarks of one’s thirties,… Read More ›

Just imagine

Modern technology has provided us with the ability to purchase anything, any time and by almost any means. As convenient as this may be, the speed at which we are now able to transact means there is no longer a… Read More ›