Tag Archives: Australian Frugal Blog

Saving for the future: September 2017

By | October 10, 2017

Author: Mr and Mrs DDU.

We are big believers in living below our means; spending less than we earn. We try to only spend money on what is essential or makes us happy. Nearly everything society spends money on is fleeting: food, holidays, a movie ticket etc. Most of it is forgotten about by the next day and we look to the next thing to … Continue reading >>

Saving for the future: August 2017

By | September 10, 2017

Author: Mr and Mrs DDU.

We are big believers in living below our means; spending less than we earn. We try to only spend money on what is essential or makes us happy. Nearly everything society spends money on is fleeting: food, holidays, a movie ticket etc. Most of it is forgotten about by the next day and we look to the next thing to … Continue reading >>

It can’t be done

By | August 20, 2017

Author: Mr and Mrs DDU.

One of the biggest hurdles to overcome most challenges in life is not having the belief that you can do it. Sometimes that’s not having the belief in yourself or other people not believing in you, which can have an effect on you.

Sadly, not having the belief of family or friends can be so off-putting that you might not … Continue reading >>

Saving for the future: July 2017

By | August 6, 2017

Author: Mr and Mrs DDU.

We are big believers in living below our means; spending less than we earn. We try to only spend money on what is essential or makes us happy. Nearly everything society spends money on is fleeting: food, holidays, a movie ticket etc. Most of it is forgotten about by the next day and we look to the next thing to … Continue reading >>

DDU Inflation Study Year One Review

By | July 24, 2017

Author: Mr DDU.

It’s been 52 weeks since we started our inflation study, so now is a perfect opportunity to do an update post.

We decided to run the inflation study as a bit of fun but mainly to show how important it is for us to invest in assets that will pay increasing money over time, otherwise inflation will eat our lifestyle.

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