#TheDeclutterChallenge: DECLUTTER YOUR FREEZER

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#TheDeclutterChallengeby Olubunmi (Your Personal Money Therapist) DECLUTTER YOUR FREEZER For too long, you have thrown in left-overs you haven’t attended to. Some foods you can’t even remember are in there. Turn off your freezer for a few minutes. Allow it to defrost. Then, sort through your collection. You’ll find the space you need for the […]

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#TheDeclutterChallenge: DECLUTTER YOUR SITTING ROOM

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#TheDeclutterChallenge by Olubunmi (Your Personal Money Therapist) DECLUTTER YOUR SITTING ROOM You could do with the space. Plus, you may finally have fresh air come in. Throw out those old newspapers or move them to the store/basement. They just keep gathering dust where they are. You know you don’t refer to them as often as […]

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#TheDeclutterChallenge: DECLUTTER YOUR WARDROBE

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#TheDeclutterChallenge by Olubunmi (Your Personal Money Therapist) DECLUTTER YOUR WARDROBE Hmmm! Lol. How many clothes have you NOT worn in the last 6 months to 1 year? Would you like to sort through your wardrobe and fish them out? Maybe this will reduce your expenditure on drycleaning. You won’t always have to dryclean an outfit […]

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#TheDeclutterChallenge: DECLUTTER YOUR PHONE/TABLET/COMPUTER

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#TheDeclutterChallenge by Olubunmi (Your Personal Money Therapist) DECLUTTER YOUR PHONE/TABLET/COMPUTER How many of those apps do you really use? How have they helped propel you in the direction of your goals? Given the time you spend looking through and updating your social media accounts, how about you seek employment as a Social Media Manager? You […]

LIMER Personal Finance is 1!

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Hurray!!!!! On December 1, 2015, after 6 years of preparations, LIMER Personal Finance began operations. 33 business professionals signed up for the first lunch-time bootcamp and there’s been no stopping us since then. Today, through up to 14 self-organized programmes, I am happy to report to you that LIMER Personal Finance has devoted at least […]

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WHAT TO EXPECT AT THE LIMER PERSONAL FINANCE CONFERENCE 3.0

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My Dear Friend, So, you’ve been hearing gist about the upcoming LIMER Conference. By now, you know it’s taking place this Saturday, August 27, 2016. You also know that the Conference will take place at the LCCI Conference and Exhibition Center in Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos. But, what can you look forward to when you defy […]

The Wonder Bank Epidermic: Ignorance or Greed?

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Yesterday, I was invited to join another multi-level marketing program. Lovely idea, enormous returns, philanthropic motivations, yet surprisingly it left me angry. Okay, maybe not so surprising, since I had always taken a position on such initiatives and wonder banks in general. The older generation may have experienced the era of the wonder banks more […]

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How Much Exactly Is My Disposable Income?

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How much exactly is my disposable income?   Sometime ago, I was broke. Yes, very broke. Savings exhausted and no job in sight. I simply lived on the grace of God expressed in the occasional airtime or hand-me-downs that I got from those who suspected they were God-sent to my specific need. Operating on this […]