About Sherry





On my blog Save. Spend. Splurge., I discuss how I build wealth and I would rather give you tips on figuring out your own personal path to riches than to try and force you to follow what I did.


I got out of $60,000 of debt in 18 months with The Budgeting Tool which I now sell online and donate its net proceeds to charity and I currently have a net worth of over $500,000 less than 10 years later.


With The Investing Tool, I have built up my considerable net worth of over half a million to pay for my $600,000 apartment in cash to be completely debt and mortgage free in my early 30s.

http://www.theinvestingtool.comI earn like a princess but try to save like a pauper.

I make on average $20,000 a month when I work, and the rest of the time I chill out and travel, although traveling has been on hold lately with the recent arrival of Baby Bun, my rambunctious, ever-hungry toddler. (This is sometimes at odds with how much I love to shop, but I am working on that because nobody’s perfect.)

I have started a series of books called “Like a Boss” covering a range of topics, and my first one is Start a Blog Like a Boss – How to Make Money, outlining how I now make an additional $1000 USD a month just off my blog, having started it in less than 3 years.


My second, is Investing Like a Boss – Very Little Work for a Big Reward, which tells you in less than 25 pages what, where and how to invest your money… plus lots of answers to questions and detailed screenshots on how to do it.


This is the investing strategy I have followed which has let me grow my net worth to over $500,000 (even supporting me during years when I don’t work at all by multiplying itself), and it’s how I’ve invested my son’s money as well.

He is a toddler with $16,000 as his net worth which is more than I ever had until I was in my 20s!

Our net worths are tracked monthly here.




  1. No one should be more interested in your money than you
  2. You shouldn’t be dependent on anyone financially; be interdependent
  3. Only you can make your own choices (and mistakes) with your money
  4. Becoming wealthy is earning like a princess/prince but living like a pauper
  5. A net dollar saved is two (gross) dollars earned
  6. Compounding interest & time are your money’s two BFFs.
  7. Retirement is not a right — it’s a privilege you save your money for
  8. Your intellect is the best money maker and asset you’ll ever have
  9. Hard work matters: I’d rather be stupid and hardworking, than smart but lazy
  10. Money isn’t everything, but it sure is a necessary part of everything you do in life


  1. Favourite day? Payday of course.
  2. I hate wearing shorts of any kind.
  3. Currently obsessed with (true) matcha green tea lattes with sprouted chia seeds.
  4. I sleep on a Japanese futon on the floor.
  5. I have a fear of being late for anything, and therefore am always 10 minutes early.

Not all wealth comes in the form of money and although money helps, it isn’t everything or the only thing you need to feel wealthy.

Thanks for coming by!

If you have any questions, don’t be shy — please contact me. You can ask me anything here (anonymously) and I’ll answer it!


Psst! I also offer one-on-one consultations if you’re interested.


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