Sunél’s Blog

Sunél's Blog | Feeling secure is not about a number….or is it?
By
Sunél Veldtman, | 01 March 2024

Sure many financial decisions should induce a certain level of anxiety as they involve risk-taking, but with sound financial habits and advice, it is not necessary to persistently feel insecure about your money and your financial choices. Feeling secure requires a lot emotional labour to identify and uproot the roots of our feelings. 

Sunél's Blog | Why we should be retiring retirement
By
Sunél Veldtman, | 23 February 2024

In this week's blog, Sunél highlights the evolving trajectory of retirement in the 21st century. Retirement planning has shifted from the goal of an abrupt fixed age retirement to determining personalised approaches for a more gradual transition out of the workforce. Tailoring retirement plans to individual needs and aspirations is essential for navigating the changing dynamics of work and retirement.

Sunél's Blog | Rands, cents and romance
By
Sunél Veldtman, | 16 February 2024

Sometimes, it seems that talking about the allocation of financial resources is treason to the idea of romantic love. But, if we do not pay attention to the financial aspect of marriage, over time, resentment can set in.

Sunél's Blog | Sticking to the basics
By
Sunél Veldtman, | 09 February 2024

Understand what is important to you. This sets out your unique parameters. Then rely on evidence of repeatable performance information to understand how the information fits your parameters. 

Sunél's Blog | It could be a long hot summer
By
Sunél Veldtman, | 02 February 2024

Protecting our inner landscape translates to taking breaks from the news, deliberately making time for fun and family away from the fear and turmoil. Even further, making time for silence, stillness and solitude – time to retreat to refocus and refresh...and diligently practise graditude. 

Sunél's Blog | Feeling left behind
By
Sunél Veldtman, | 26 January 2024

You can only feel you’re falling behind when you measure yourself against a preconceived idea of what a path to success looks like. But such a comparison makes us lose sight of our individuality. How can we all follow the same path when we are uniquely shaped by our DNA, gender, race, culture, religion, geography, privilege, and histories?