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They are easier, quicker and cheaper to use than wallpaper. Little dots, triangles or clouds are just some of the many choices available. Making storage fun is also important by using cleverly shaped side tables and shelves. The house-shaped shelf used as a side table here is a great example. Lara Jarvis — Lifestyle Blogger. The basis of the room is classic stars and stripes, which means we can mix up the accessories as his tastes change. Taking inspiration from our travels around America and their comic book stores we used bright red as an accent colour against greys and whites.
Comic covers from our special dates; birthdays, anniversaries etc. Super storage solutions hide all manner of clutter and provide a great display area for favourite toys and books. Image courtesy of thesocialitefamily. Make storage practical, accessible and easy to use, so that children have a place where everything goes.
Encourage children to have an input into the colour scheme or theme, if they buy into the idea of the room from the start and have a hand in how it is planned and arranged, then they are more likely to take pride in keeping it organised and tidy. Baskets, trays, cupboards with doors and drawers are all good options.
If you have the luxury of space then try to keep storage to the outer edges of the room so that children have a clearly identifiable place in which to play. Room to play in a free and unstructured way allows children to be more imaginative in their learning.
Jenny Taylor — Lifestyle Blogger. We are in the school-boy phase at the moment with my son so we wanted to create a bedroom for him that showcased his personality as much as his age. We chose a daybed here with underneath drawer storage for his clothes and a pull out bed to turn it into a double bed, if he had a sleepover. We went for a red and navy theme with a London twist.
This leaves more space for his toys and room to play. Lorinda Mamo — Interior Blogger. The easy to reach storage space makes it easy to tidy up and keep things in their place. Plenty of floor space allows for freedom to move, play and imagine, and the bed frame creates a creative space within a space where dreams are made. The colours used are striking and pleasant and the warmth of the light enhance the colours and soften the geometric lines of the bed frame and the carpet.
Medina — Interior Designer. This is a bedroom we designed for Jaeden. The room has subtle educational elements such as coloured 3D numbers and the hexagonal shaped shelving.
During installation, Jaeden who was 3 at the time, learnt what a hexagon was. The book ledges are great for easy access to his books. The room is practical with a trundle bed for future sleepovers. It has the quirky Kartell Componibili storage which acts as a bedside table. Helen Winter — Interior Designer. We wanted to create a fun, playful space, reflecting their hobbies and personalities — and the gorgeous coastal location. The sail personalised with their initials is quirky, and complements the Andrew Martin faux wood panel wallpaper, which is hung horizontally.
The great thing about this room is the huge apex windows, which we dressed with simple grey curtains in a dim-out fabric, which will last for years to come. The room can easily be toned down as they girls mature, simply by swapping out cushions and accessories as their tastes evolve. Image courtesy of Wild Hearts Wonder.
Gina Everett — Interior Designer. The carousel wall paper pictured by wildheartswonder. Wallpaper is also a great way to get an accent colour or theme into the room which can then be layered upon with cushions and accessories. Image courtesy of House of Valentina. Carla Jones — Interior Stylist.
A good desk is a must! Lizzie Woodman — Lifestyle Blogger. For grown-ups a bedroom is a place of tranquillity and calm. Sarah Burghard — Designer. Here, I used a digital fabric design and combined it onto my favourite style of armchair.
This would work equally well on any style of chair, sofa or interior furnishing! Wow, absolutely loved this blog post. Really enjoyed reading this thank you. Thanks for a beautiful post. Loved the treatment of Kids Room Wallpaper. Custom Wallpaper has changed the whole concept of kids room decor. Where are the floral mini cases from do you know? Hi Katharine, glad to hear you liked the post! The image was taken from http: Hmm, very good question — because they are all my favourite.
But I prefer more rooms with bright colours, dark paints make me sad. Can you share some ideas maybe you have some designer links how to make adults bedroom in different styles? Of course — check out our bedroom ideas article which has loads of beautiful bedrooms for adults! This is such a great post! Thank you for sharing! Unfortunately there is no mention of the storage shelves in the post the image is originally featured in on Chalk Kids — I hope you manage to track down a unit similar soon!
These are some great ideas on different room decor. We will have to look into some more styles and options for decorating! Oh gosh, these rooms are just stunning! My daughter has a little shabby chic nursery that was kitted out with Piccoli furniture, it never looks as tidy as these rooms though haha.
Glad you liked them Charlotte! What a wonderful looking room i see in the first picture. I want to do that kind of stuff for my kids, as well.
It gives them much needed freedom and there is a far lesser chance of him bumping his head into anything. This fashionable design in Grey, white and yellow does just that.
So much inspiration in one place. Just love all of these room ideas. So many inspirational rooms. Will have to bookmark this for future reference. Everything is so cute , simple and bright. I want to ask if kids blinds is still popular? My little girl want princess castle printed blinds like this https: Also I want to ask from where you bought that bed with curtains? It looks very cozy. You paid more for gas, more for food, you paid higher university costs which resulted in higher student loans.
Make a savings plan just for you? I am very very sorry that you live in America and your country is continuously looking for new ways to stick it to the middle and lower classes, but that is not something I have any control over. I received a large entrance scholarship, but otherwise I studied full-time, completing 13 courses in my first year. I earned a small income from this website and other freelance writing projects.
I may continue to work full or part time in my second year, as I will only have classes 2 evenings per week. While your list may be helpful, your attitude needs help. The economic downturn effected everything. I graduated college in and there were straight up no good jobs.
I worked for 6 months in fast food to pay the rent, then eventually moved back in with my parents to start job hunting full time.
I applied at roughly places. I had 3 interviews. I finally got a decent job about 2 years after graduating. I certainly wish I could say that I was anywhere near this list. I am 31, almost 32, and I have virtually the exact opposite situation that this list recommends. It provides me a target.
Maybe by I can have this nailed down. My gut reaction was to feel like crap. Hopefully I will remember that when I have kids and will pass on these ideals. An American investment banker was at the pier of a small coastal Mexican village when a small boat with just one fisherman docked. Inside the small boat were several large yellow-fin tuna. The American complimented the Mexican on the quality of his fish and asked how long it took to catch them.
I have a full and busy life. You should spend more time fishing and with the proceeds, buy a bigger boat. With the proceeds from the bigger boat, you could buy several boats, eventually you would have a fleet of fishing boats. Instead of selling your catch to a middleman you would sell directly to the processor, eventually opening your own cannery.
You would control the product, processing, and distribution. You would need to leave this small coastal fishing village and move to Mexico City, then LA and eventually New York City, where you will run your expanding enterprise. When the time is right you would announce an IPO and sell your company stock to the public and become very rich, you would make millions! Move to a small coastal fishing village where you would sleep late, fish a little, play with your kids, take siestas with your wife, stroll to the village in the evenings where you could sip wine and play your guitar with your amigos.
But I digress… I will agree with a portion of your list; overdrafts, credit score, property insured, etc… But your article is directed at such a finite demographic; 4 year college grad… What about the high school graduates that are still working their way up? Or the people who got their masters and dodnt even graduate until they are 24 or 25….
I graduated from the University of Alberta and my first job was at the UofA in the Faculty of Engineering — it was entry level, no middle management here.
You even said it yourself, you lost nothing in , because you had nothing to lose… So for us that did and went through a rough patch, then we should have known and should still be on track? Glad thats working out for you. I graduated from my BSc. Oh well so starting out at age 24 or 25 is fine.
Like I said, I had nothing in the crash so even if had lost everything, I would have started from exactly the same place: Calgary does have a very strong economy. I am currently typing this from my very first day of work in this city. I moved here last September for my MBA. I guess the Canadians have a bit more subsidizing for their schools? Before then I spent everything that came in and then some. Yes, tuition is cheaper in Canada vs. I graduated with the average debt load in — now that average is higher.
I worked my butt off, often juggling multiple jobs to meet all my bills an then pay down my debt and save. I did this while still banking money for retirement and other savings.
The most important thing is to be in charge of your finances and have your money working for you. Did you live with your parents? PLEASE tell me how in the next five years I am to meet even a handful of these pretentious, presumptuous, gilded goals.
You made it up. No guilt for you, right? Some of us have to struggle and fight. What you are not understanding about the negative response you have had to this post is this: Bridget, your level of immaturity is astounding. I make in the mid 40k range. Then I have a car payment, mortgage payment because where I live, rent is roughly the same or more per month than a mortgage , gas, electric, cell phone, internet, gas for car, water, trash, food, health insurance, car insurance, etc.
One disaster would wipe out those savings. And I know many others in this situation. I got almost everything I wanted but not happines. This is a ridiculous article. Actually, those 11 items were all accomplished by age I have never met anyone who was able to finish paying college loans prior to age Most of the people I know will be paying student loan debt at least until age 40, and those debts make it impossible to put any money aside for saving, making most of the goals on this list unachievable.
How is it possible to put aside money for saving, investments or charity when my entire paycheck each month goes toward student loan debt, rent, food, and utilities? If your entire paycheque is going towards student loan debt and bills, you need to find a way to bring in extra money like a part time job on evenings or weekends.
My boyfriend shared this link to me because he thinks I should need to follow those rules. Probably is just a cultural fact. But I think planning so meticulously your life is sad, basic and so limitative. I dont want to know what will be my life in 5 years! Let me just say one last thing: In italy we say: Not totally clear why you think being interested in money is somehow a less worthy hobby to have.
Furthermore, the payoff is substantial: By starting to save for retirement at 25, I have money at my disposal should I need to pay my MBA tuition or to put a down-payment on my first home. You are clearly a bitter miser. You attack everyone who disagrees with you. I am completely done with your blog. I like your guidelines to do before Your article is thought provoking so much it literally took me 30 mins to read most of the comments here and your replies to them.
Thats the impression i got from your response. Not everything is bubbles and butterflies with a golden rainbow at the end for everyone. But everyone needs to take a look at themselves and strive for the better whether it be financial, job, family, health, situation, etc. For the rest of us, this is a good guideline of milestones we should try to be hitting. As someone else helpfully pointed out, when you start to reach some of them, it will snowball into other areas.
I think getting started is the hardest part. I want to have at least 25k in there by age 30 and I always look for ways to toss some extra money in there. Congrats on your awesome progress. I agree, it totally becomes a game — and more money feels like progressively bigger wins. I find it invigorating to find new ways to make and grow money. Why is this unrealistic? For most people school costs an arm and a leg.
Houses are prohibitively expensive. Having a family costs money and time out of the workforce. While the most controversial on the list for multiple reasons your aversion to owning and mine to the low U. Congrats on the upcoming wedding, and again thank you for your perspective. I wish more than anyone that young people had developed financial goals, but few do. Plenty of students go on to graduate or professional school like I did.
Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary where an overheated real estate market is the norm for millions of people. We like minimal walking commutes, and the affordability of sharing a single vehicle. So long as oil stays low, so will the home prices in Calgary. This post is not designed and certainly not obligated to make you feel better if you are one of these people. Contrary to what these people might like to imagine to make themselves feel better, not everyone or, rarely anyone is financially on the right track because they were born with a golden spoon or were the recipient of a windfall of inheritance.
Rather it is a combination of hard work, self-education, discipline and most of all, self-awareness and drive. I work in a high-stress job that bills average 12 hours per day and often face unreasonable demands from clients.
Am I passionate about it? Not until I have a better option down my belt. Likewise, no one is supposed to make you feel less crappy because of your own inaction and attitude. Bridget actually has in her other posts detailed instructions on how to get a side job, ask for a raise, etc. At the end of the day, these, and not coddling words, will make you richer, stronger and more free.
Finding external factors for your setback is all too convenient. Instead of demanding apologies for someone shoving hard love, maybe try taking action instead.
You doing things differently, however, could at least be a better start. I love this list but I do believe it is for a select group of individuals as there are so many reasons someone would not have reached nay of this by However, I do believe it is a good list to use to educate younger generations.
I think most of reading should not take this to heart as someone calling us a failure or anything and if you have not done this by 30 and you are over 30 then use it as goals to reach by All in all none of this are impossible or impractical. I would like to point out that education on finance is a concept lost on many. There are many principles that re not even fully discovered until late 20s for many and by this time they have already developed bad habits and even with the education the understanding of application has to be found out as well.
Yet and still this list is awesome, I am 33 and I will not even go into what I have hit as far as goals because it probably is not many but I definitely will be using this as goals to hit by Some as goals to hit by next year even. And even still some to hit by Thank you for sharing this list. I cannot believe the amount of negativity in the comments, though so many people have already spoken up for you.
In my mind, all of these items ARE achievable. I am thankful for my good health, but also my strong work ethic in this quest. Bridget, keep doing you and make another list! I have gotten here living on my own, building an emergency fund, working in a non profit with 3 side jobs , and while earning two college diplomas to compliment my undergrad.
Not really there have been long working hours, missed nights out with friends, and tears. But is it worth it to be financially independent and prepared for my future? Bridget, I have you and a few other lovely ladies in the PF world who blog to thank for the support, guidance and laughs along the way. Thank you for your amazing comment this totally made my day!!
You are going to smash the rest of these goals! I am a 25 year old married military veteran and college student with no kids.
I started college right before my 24th birthday after I was honorably discharged. I find this list to be very motivating and not offensive at all. I was a foster kid, then a ward of the state, homeless, and even an inmate…all before 20 years old.
I admit I got a lucky break, but I capitalized on the opportunities I received and turned my life around. I know what its like to have nothing…I was the definition of disadvantaged at one point. But for the most part it is a choice of what you value and what you want to be. I wanted better for myself and those I love and thats what I believe this post is trying to convey. I can see both sides of the coin in this case. First is that this is a collection of great goals for financial security. The military was fronting the bill for half the tuition, so a bit more pain on my end means alot more credentials when I decide to get out.
The other side of it is that not everyone is going to have the same opportunities. I wish people would stop the self pity, take that awful feeling of not meeting these goals yet, and channel it into motivation to improve!
As sad as it may seem, odds are that you will NOT achieve any type of financial freedom. The purpose of the blog is not be to make everybody feel like they can reach the same goal. The blog is aimed at people prepared to my the choices that lend themselves to financial success. The reality is that building wealth requires certain amounts of dollars earned and saved over specific periods of time. Work toward that — and if you meet it you can clearly reach the financial goals outlined. Secondly, this blog obviously applies to Canadians, not Americans.
The author lives in Alberta, Canada. The United States is a whole different ball game when it comes to school debt. It could be worse. I also am aware of many people who change careers multiple times past the age of 30 in their life so I think perhaps career paths are quite fluid in nature and are affected by a shifting economy and job market supply and demand. These are all very nice ideal goals to aim for but few are realistic in this day and age.
I was curious to read that article, but so disappointed. Most of the things make sense common sense , but some things just do not… lol Debt free? People usually graduate from post-secondary education at and the student loan is usually for 9 years…do the math. At 30 you have a home and debt… A regular contribution to charity? Do I really have to comment on this? What type of financial milestone is that? I do give to charity, but there is no financial advantage to it unless you donate a ton of money.
A profitable side income? Sure…but there is not enough jobs for everybody to have a sideline job and most of us work 40 to 50 hours a week… In the habit of regularly checking my credit report? What is the point seriously? I pay all my bills on time and I already have a car and a house. Why would I check my credit report …. If you start working before that age, you probably did not pursue post-secondary education and will most likely not making a lot of money and be able to save 25 g in 5 years.
A lot of things are duable on this list.. That was probably written by a banker who makes more than the average worker. Obviously every circumstance is different.
You should always check your credit score every year to make sure your identity has not been stolen. That is common advice. Being able to give to charity is a milestone because if your able to do so on a monthly basis its likely because your financially sound. If I owned a home all of that would be going towards home repayment and maintenance. It appears 2 and 20 have also not been completed in your case. Financially independent of your parents.
Started an investment portfolio. Established an emergency fund. In the habit of tracking your spending. Done with impulse purchases. Willing to spend where it counts. In the habit of regularly checking your credit report. On top or ahead of all your monthly bills. At least one big splurge you saved up for and paid in full with cash. An understanding of personal income taxes and how to minimize what you pay. Diligently saving for a big purchase.
A clear direction of your career. A profitable side income. A positive, growing net worth. A BHAG for your finances. An understanding and a plan of how your money will deliver the lifestyle you want. So over measuring your finances against that of your friends. A healthy relationship with credit cards. A regular contribution to charity. A commitment to putting free or cheap before convenient. Done paying unnecessary fees.
An understanding and appreciation of the reality that money is only a tool of exchange, and not worth obsessing over. Victoria thefrugaltrial on April 30, Bridget on April 30, Danielle on April 30, Alicia on April 30, 1: Bridget on May 1, 7: Broke Millennial on April 30, 3: Check on all of those. Jacque dollars AND sense on April 30, 6: Dear Debt on April 30, Leigh on May 1, 8: Bridget on May 1, 4: You are truly PF savvy.
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People are obsessed with stuff. Neil on May 5, It can be done folks…especially in a land of opportunity that is Canada! BB on May 5, 8:
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