My experiment with a uniform wardrobe

With a uniform wardrobe you have several identical items that you wear, like a uniform, and just change into fresh ones each day. It is followed by several high-profile people, such as Mark Zuckerberg and the late Steve Jobs. The idea is supposed to be that it frees up your mind from making small decisions, so that you… Read More »

My personal finance blog is for weirdos

Weirdos that want to learn more about personal finance that is. If you have found your way to my site, you are likely to have an interest in personal finance. I share tips here I’ve picked up online – that will save you both time and money, and make things much easier for you. I’ll also help you… Read More »

How to minimise your motoring costs

Of course, the absolute best way is by not having any – eliminating unnecessary journeys and instead utilising taxis, public transport and feet. But, should you have need of a vehicle then I’ll cover three common possibilities to see what costs you the least amount. For the purposes of this, we’ll take the costs over 6 years as… Read More »

The robots are already here and taking jobs

When people hear about the rise of robots, they can mistakenly become confused with androids such as those in sci-fi shows like Westworld or Humans and think that those things are far in the future. In fact a ‘robot’ can indeed be anything that performs the work that a human used to do – it doesn’t even need… Read More »

Robots aren’t consumers or taxpayers

There is a point well raised in several books I’ve read: When a robot takes someone’s job, it actually costs the company a customer. If you look around, say at supermarkets for example, you will see people ending their shift and becoming customers themselves at the till – buying the products of the shop with money they have… Read More »