2012-04-14, 06:15 AM
Hey there, just signed up yesterday...so glad I found this forum! Im Kaede, currently living and working in Dublin Ireland-hoping to move back to Canada with the hubby by end of the year!
2012-04-23, 07:44 AM
We are doing our rental--property--business in the Canada. We have a number of satisfied clients who are enjoying their life by our prestigious services. We are proud to pay our humble services to our potential clients.
2012-04-23, 10:58 AM
^ Let's all join hands and sing : Die, Spammers, die
2012-04-26, 08:54 PM
I'm glad that i have seen a lot of new friends here. I'm Donald and it's really a great pleasure to be in this forum. I hope i'm welcome also here.
2012-05-05, 04:06 PM
I just found this forum while looking for answers on an airmiles issue, it looks interesting so far. I'll post my airmiles question in an appropriate section later, I'm a 57 year old truck driver/hobby musician that is starting to get more serious about money.
2012-05-08, 10:10 PM
Writing from B.C.
Nice to read your intros. I work in the lower mainland and enjoy chatting with other people who are interested in improving their finances and budgets. Always interested to hear your thoughts on the economy, investing, etc. Oh yeah, I also write a blog to help people find coupons and save money.
2012-05-27, 12:09 AM
Originally Posted by mybulgingwallet
Welcome to the Canadian Money Forum.
I live in the Lower Mainland too. Interesting blog. I notice you made a post about Krispy Kreme US. How is that relevant to Canadians? I happen to like Krispy Kreme donuts. Too bad the only store in BC is out of the way. They put it on the wrong side of the bridges. It is not worth going out to Surrey for donuts. Whoever decided to locate the store there made a real bad business decision. It is like locating a store on Centre Island in Toronto, but none in Toronto itself. And they have the franchise rights to all of BC and are asking too much for anybody else to open up a shop. If I didn't know better, I'd think they were trying to sabotage Krispy Kreme's growth in BC.
In any case, all the best to you.
See you around the forums.
2012-06-12, 08:34 PM
I had decided to join the forum today and discovered that I had already registered back in 2010... I guess I have been creeping on this forum for quite some time, haha. Anyway, I figured I ought to introduce myself proper.
I'm a 28 year old single engineer. I've an interest in money (who doesn't) and the idea of early financial independence.
I've spent the last year or so refining my spending habits and increasing my savings rate after the miserable state my finances were in a couple years ago. I've always been decent with money actually, but through a not so great girlfriend and other life mishaps my savings had mostly all disappeared as of two years ago. I got into reading sites like Extreme Early Retirement and Mr. Money Mustache, which are great sites btw, and now have my lifestyle minimized to a sustainable point that I'm quite comfortable with and I have been happily maintaining that for about a year now.
So, now I am working on two things. One is to increase my earnings and the second is to put to work the money that I have been accumulating. This is my main thought with this forum. I have been following various sections of the forum since at least 2010 apparently with a special focus lately on the investing side of things. So, for the few comments that I will likely make (I am more of a reader than a commenter), you will probably find me there.
p.s. I often tend to be a little on the wordy side. Apologies.
Last edited by Nick1357; 2012-07-12 at 07:48 PM.
Reason: removed a couple personal details
2012-06-21, 07:56 PM
hi guys... im am a newbie here in this forums.
well, to tell you guys, i am a call center agent for Equifax. by revealing this, i know i'll be damn here in the forums but i rather face the harsh reality in here...
hope to help you guys...
2012-06-27, 11:13 PM
Hello... just signed up , with the help of my son , looking forward to getting involved.