Archive of ‘Managing Debt’ category

The #1 Thing You Can Do For Your Financial Health

Budgeting, cutting expenses, trying to earn more, student loans, 401k contributions… managing your money has a lot of different pieces requiring your attention. And at the end of the day I know you just want to feel GOOD about it all, that you are doing the RIGHT things and that you are headed in the […] Read more…

What the heck is a Money Coach?

What is a Money Coach?

It can be confusing to understand what Money Coaches do compared to Financial Advisors and what is best for your unique needs. I hope this quick article helps clear up the differences and inspire you to start putting together your team of money professionals. What is a Money Coach? What all Money Coaches have in […] Read more…

How to avoid a credit card late payment

First, it dawns on you. You forgot to make a credit card payment. Second, you panic. You’re an adult, you know this stuff is important, how are you messing up at life so much?! Third, the shame comes. You feel that shame deep in your gut, you don’t want to call the company and your […] Read more…

Need a credit card debt pep talk?

I avoid talking about debt a lot. Credit card debt, specifically. Which might sound a little crazy because I know it’s on your mind. It’s on my mind too. I hate debt. But I avoid writing about it because of its energy. It’s heavy. It’s loaded with shame. And it’s stealing your power and keeping […] Read more…

How I Beat Credit Cards

I hate credit cards. This hasn’t always been the case. Credit cards have been really useful to me in the past. They were my safety net when I was short on cash, my fail safe Ialwayshavethecard back up plan. But then I realized that credit cards had me trapped in an ugly cycle. Sure, I […] Read more…

Winter Blues? How to stay on track with your money

It’s a very grey January around here. Spring is nowhere in sight, it gets dark way to early and its flu season! For me, it takes a few weeks to snap out of this post-holiday, mid-winter fog. And when I’m in it, I’m not always my go-getter, Type-A-To-The-Max self. So, some stuff slides. It happens, […] Read more…

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