• Celebrate Spring – Terms and Conditions

    Celebrate Spring Facebook competition – Terms and Conditions Information on how to enter and prize details form part of these terms and conditions. By entering this promotion you are deemed to have accepted these terms and conditions. This promotion is being run by Nimble Australia Pty Ltd (ACN 135 501 807) of Level 9, Seabank […]


    September 26, 2016 / 2 Comments
  • We aren’t cavemen anymore: determining your wants from your needs

    We aren’t cavemen anymore: determining your wants from your needs

    Believe it or not, there was a time when all a human being needed was simply food, a way to prepare the said food, access to water, shelter and warmth. In a world that’s getting confused between “I want it” and “I need it”, we thought now would be a good time to have a […]


    May 31, 2016 / 0 Comments
  • Why New Year’s Resolutions are dumb (but these ones are pretty good)

    Why New Year’s Resolutions are dumb (but these ones are pretty good)

    OK, maybe they aren’t all that dumb. The process of promising yourself you’re going to work on your health/career/love life/insert dramatic life change here and making a plan to achieve your goals is actually really valuable for continual self development. It’s the gut-wrenching feeling of failure when you miss a workout or eat a cupcake […]


    January 18, 2016 / 3 Comments
  • Larger loans, longer schedules.

    Larger loans, longer schedules.

    Need a bigger loan? Woo hoo! We’ve got some awesome news to start your week… You might notice some pretty radical changes ‘round here. Actually, people have been asking for them for a while now, so we sat up, took notice and knuckled down to bring them to you. So without further ado, here they […]


    December 11, 2015 / 23 Comments
  • Experiences not things: why aren’t Gen Y ‘adulting’ at 25?

    Experiences not things: why aren’t Gen Y ‘adulting’ at 25?

    Some say Gen Y can’t adult. Others say they’re self-absorbed, tech-reliant idiots who ride the wave of their parents’ hard work (yikes, harsh). But the actual truth is that they’re the most influential, powerful, transnational consumer market in history – and growing. As young people start earning their own money and making big life decisions […]


    July 28, 2016 / 2 Comments
  • How to beat burnout

    How to beat burnout

    No, we’re not talking about the fully sick doughnuts you do in your mate’s Commodore (not that we condone that type of behaviour…). The type of burnouts we’re focusing on are the work-yourself-into-the-ground, all-consuming commitments, no-time-for-yourself kind of burnout. You don’t have to whisk yourself away to an exclusive Byron Bay yoga retreat to slow […]


    May 16, 2016 / 0 Comments
  • How to become the next digital nomad

    How to become the next digital nomad

    Firstly, what the heck is a digital nomad? Well, there’s a growing breed of millennials who can’t quite give up the fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants travel lifestyle they became accustomed to during a gap year but who are also earning a decent living working abroad. Digital nomads are people who are packing up their belongings, adopting a nomadic […]


    January 11, 2016 / 4 Comments
  • It’s not Monday, it’s your job

    It’s not Monday, it’s your job

    Let’s get one thing straight. Mondays should be hectic. They should be busy, exciting, productive, chaotic at times and fulfilling the rest. If you’re spending Sunday night curled up on the couch dreading the next day, then maybe you should be taking a look at how you can change that (without blaming it all on […]


    November 16, 2015 / 0 Comments
  • What to claim: Tax Time

    What to claim: Tax Time

    Here we go again. Tax time. Your payroll officer is barricading herself behind a makeshift cubby house so as to avoid the whining masses asking for their payment summaries. You’re pulling your hair out because you have no idea in hell how to lodge a tax return. And your bank account is looking extremely empty, just […]


    June 15, 2016 / 1 Comment
  • Smart (and cheap) little holiday ideas to take over the long weekend

    Smart (and cheap) little holiday ideas to take over the long weekend

    As the rare four-day long weekend approaches, working Aussies breathe a sigh of relief, shortly followed by a momentary freak, usually consisting the following words “Can’t. Waste. Weekend”. We get it. Never fear Nimble readers, we’ve got your solution. We asked around, scoured the web and talked to the experts on the best (and cheapest) […]


    March 17, 2016 / 7 Comments
  • Control yourself – ways to hold back at the Boxing Day sales

    Control yourself – ways to hold back at the Boxing Day sales

    Here’s a little truth bomb that will have you questioning everything you’ve ever believed in: Buying things on sale is an awful way to save. Boom. It’s crazy to think that Australians spend around $2 billion a year during the Boxing Day sales. It’s great for the economy, but is it great for your pockets? […]


    December 20, 2015 / 2 Comments
  • Nimble Survey Winners

    We had almost 9,000 of our members take part in Nimble’s latest survey. This one focused on the types of services you’d like to see from Nimble, the types of loans you already have or need and areas of finance you’re interested in. We love hearing from you guys and filling our brains up with […]


    October 16, 2015 / 0 Comments