Does the world of finance mystify you? Need to sort your money matters out but don’t know where to start?
You may not have been born into money; you might not be able to overthrow the whole financial system, but the good news is that you don't need an economics degree to improve your financial position.
Over time, small changes will make a big difference to your bank balance. From micro-investing to side-hustling, couponing, freecycling, and consolidating debt, every step you take in the direction of financial freedom will inch you closer towards a brighter future. Whether you're a student, freelancer, business owner, or professional, mastering the art of money management can - and will - change your life.
Jo Stewart is a writer and editor whose words and images have been published in The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, The Saturday Paper, International Traveller, Canadian Geographic, VICE, The Telegraph (UK), Metro (UK) and The Times (UK). From filing stories from a yacht in Antarctica to writing features from a swag in Australia’s Simpson Desert, Jo has worked on expeditions to some of the world’s most isolated, unforgiving places, including Shackleton: Death or Glory, a documentary project screened worldwide on Discovery Channel, SBS and PBS. She has previously published How to Unf*ck the Planet a Little Bit Each Day with Smith Street Books.