Fabulously Broke

Fabulously Broke

Fabulously Broke (FB) is a twenty-something year old consultant who got out of $60,000 of debt in 18 months. She blogs at Fabulously Broke in the City, which is a lifestyle blog with a hint of money talk and at The Everyday Minimalist which is all about living with less, but only with the best.

In her spare time when she isn't blogging, sleeping or eating, she's thinking about it.

  1. Career / Compensation

    5 Tough Interview Questions And How To Answer Them

    Don't get caught unprepared when your prospective employer throws these questions at you in the interview.
  2. Career / Compensation

    3 Ways Social Media Can Wreck Your Career

    We look at some ways that social media can get you in trouble, and some people who lost their jobs for these mistakes.
  3. Budgeting & Savings

    Is Coupon Clipping A Waste Of Time?

    Coupons reduce the cost of a product or service, but are the savings really worth the time it takes?
  4. Insurance

    Unique Insurance Policies You Should Consider

    You may have basic insurance plans for your car and your home, but check out these unusual – but still practical options. ...
  5. Budgeting & Savings

    5 Products That Cost Way More In Canada

    Despite the CAD flirting with parity to the USD, many Canadians still shop stateside for deals. Here are five products that ...
  6. Small Business

    How To Ask For A Pay Raise

    We look at what you should and what you should avoid if you want to get the salary bump you deserve.
  7. High Net Worth Strategy

    6 Banking Fees You Can Avoid

    There are ways to avoid banking and credit card fees, but it takes planning, commitment and some lucky timing.
  8. Credit, Loans & Mortgages

    8 Slipups That Won't Hurt Your Credit Score

    Everyone makes mistakes from time to time, but knowing what actually hurts or helps your credit score will help you present ...
  9. Career / Compensation

    8 Career Risks That Pay Off

    These steps may seem drastic, but the end results could be worth the risk.
  10. Retirement Living

    Debt, Savings, Retirement: Where Should Your Money Go?

    Come up with a money management plan that will help you allocate your funds effectively.