True Financial Freedom

True Financial Freedom

There are five weeks left in the year and it’s all too easy to get swept away with plans, tasks, projects, events, shopping and the holiday buzz. It takes something to slow down, practice self-care and connect with what’s actually important. Here are some practical...
Five Reasons We Overspend

Five Reasons We Overspend

Even for families with two full-time working parents, after childcare, the mortgage payment, student loans, a busy family life with small children and monthly credit card bills, it can sometimes feel impossible to fund a vacation, do a modest remodel or keep up with...
Holiday Survival Plan

Holiday Survival Plan

Daylights savings has passed, Thanksgiving is over, and Christmas is around the corner. Plus this year, many of us are in recovery from a shocking election season regardless of how, or if, you voted. Days are now darker, longer and quieter. There’s nothing innately...
12 Money Disorders

12 Money Disorders

Money avoiders believe they are undeserving of money or that money is bad. They often practice noble poverty and believe that wealthy people are greedy or corrupt. Because of their negative associations with money and wealth, money avoiders may sabotage their...
Self-Care During Tax Season (or Anytime)

Self-Care During Tax Season (or Anytime)

People tend to get worked up over taxes and for good reason. Naturally, you want to do things right, report accurately, deduct as much as possible and receive a hefty tax refund. It sounds simple, but taxes are challenging for most people. For many of my clients, tax...
7 Ways to Save Money

7 Ways to Save Money

1. Unsubscribe from marketing email lists. This includes: all stores, conglomerate sites like Gilt or Groupon, vendor sites like eBay or Etsy and any other flash sale sites. Try it as an experiment and trust that it feels much better to shop proactively rather than...