3 Things to focus on to stay sane and calm
In the almost 3 weeks of Shelter-In-Place, we have gone from the initial shock to gradual acceptance. These are life changing moments, and it is important that we take the…Read More
3 Ways To Help Move the Needle Toward Gender Equality in Finance
In light of the upcoming International Women’s Day on March 8, I’ve been thinking around the topic of gender inequality in finance. How far we’ve come as a society, and…Read More
Giving GenX Women a Voice
Are you a Gen Xer? If you were born between 1965 – 1980, then the answer is Yes, although according to some studies, only 41% of Gen Xers associate themselves…Read More
Increase Your Money Confidence
It is human nature that we tend to do the things we are good at. We feel good so we do more, and from repetition, we get even better at…Read More
Pre-Marital Money Compatibility Conversations
Money and Communication are the two top reasons for divorce. When you combine a difficult subject, like money, with a general lack of communication over a long period of time,…Read More
A Post-Divorce Checklist
One of the hardest things in life is going through a divorce. It is emotionally crushing and financially draining. From a financial perspective, getting back on your own feet can…Read More
How does your money psychology influence your career choices?
Career choice plays a key part in determining the level of happiness we feel. From the time we enter high school, the looming thought of “what will I do when…Read More
Financial Coach vs. Financial Advisor, What’s the difference?
“What’s the difference between a Financial Advisor and a Financial Coach?” I have been asked this question many many times, it’s time for me to write a post to…Read More
Why do the things today when you can wait til tomorrow?
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]I was a good kid! My mom used to brag about the fact that she never needed to harass me about “do your homework first before going out to play”.…Read More
Finding the Zen in Weed Pulling
I’ve let it go…. for the last 10 months… Yes, I’ve been ignoring it, thinking “it will be fixed”. Honestly, I even enjoy the aftermath in a self-justifying twisted way.…Read More