How will you celebrate your next anniversary?

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photo-nic-co-uk-nic-117915-unsplashFor those who’ve followed my blog for a while now, you’ll know that the Coulters have an anniversary coming up next month. Yup, September marks eight years of wedded bliss for Rob and I! Like most couples, anniversaries are something we celebrate, usually with a glass (or two) of wine from one of our favourite vineyards.

But there’s another important anniversary that needs to ...

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Why skipping your annual review could cost you big time

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Annual Review 1The other day I met with a client for her annual review. Let’s call her Justine. Here is her story in a nutshell:

Ten years ago, Justine was newly divorced and raising two teenage boys. She had no assets to her name and knew she would need to go into serious debt to keep a roof over her boys’ heads.

Six years ago, ...

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Six life lessons I’ve learned since being a financial adviser

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shutterstock_738695398Becoming a financial adviser has been one of the best things I’ve ever done. Not only have I been able to help others to chase their dreams and live their best lives, I’ve also personally gained a lot. As the saying goes, when you do what you love you never work a day in your life.

It’s six years since I started ...

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The Seven Year Itch…

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Wedding 2Today marks seven years since Rob and I tied the knot. Seven years!! Aside from ‘Congratulations!’, there’s another phrase we’ve been hearing when we tell people about our anniversary: ‘The seven year itch!’

Apparently there’s something about seven years in the same situation that makes people suddenly realise they want to change. Just to reassure you all, this is not the case for ...

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Six years of wedded bliss… and I still feel like a teenager

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This weekend Rob and I celebrated our 6th Wedding Anniversary! The time has absolutely flown by (in a good way), but when I reflect on that September day back in 2010 I remember feeling a bit anxious about what was to come.

Don’t get me wrong, I couldn’t wait to marry Rob. But I also remember thinking that getting married was such a grown-up step. It’s the moment where you really become an adult and have to think about adult things, ...

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