Back in 2018, I started a personal finance and eco-friendly living blog where I write about everything from saving money to making money to eco-friendly living.
But I felt like it left a whole part of my life unacknowledged and a part that I am growing to recognise more and more. I am a semi-closeted bisexual.
Hence, Binancially Inclined was born. A place for me to share all my personal finance tips and a safe place for the LGBTQIA+ community.
Who am I?
This is an anonymous blog, but you can probably figure it out if you are smart. I’m mummy to two little girls and wife to a lovely man. I enjoy running, swimming, reading, yoga and travelling.
In 2009, I entered the world of teaching after receiving my degree in mathematics. I was a teacher for 10 years, teaching students aged 11-18 years. In that time, I studied for a Master’s degree in Advanced Educational Practice and a further post-graduate qualification in Special Educational Needs Co-ordination.
Then in 2018, two kids later, I decided that enough was enough. I wanted to dream bigger and my husband and I set about making plans for an around the world trip.
After a year of extreme frugal living, we set off. We travelled through 5 continents and 12 countries with small backpacks (around 5kgs each) and two young children (4 and 2 years old).
I believe in personal finance
My ability to manage my finances was the key to achieving this lifelong dream. We worked on making money and saving money before, during and after our trip.
The information in this blog will help you achieve the same. If that is what you want. If not, it will help you achieve some other big dream.
Follow the links above to get started. Or contact me here.