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The perfect phrase to keep you focused on your money goals

Have you ever been to London? Riding the subway or the ‘tube’ in London is the most efficient way to get around. Everyone rides it. And on the platform there is a loudspeaker voice that reminds you to “mind the gap” between the platform and the train. It literally repeats every few seconds! It becomes […] Read more…

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Three ways to launch your side-hustle

I talk a lot about how you spend your money. But what about how you EARN your money? And what if you aren’t earning enough to cover the lifestyle you desire? It might be time for a side-hustle. A side-hustle harnesses your skill set to make money in addition to your “regular 9-5″ job. And […] Read more…

Do you know where your old 401Ks are?

You go to college, get the degree and land the fancy job with the retirement account that matches your contributions. Score! A couple years go by and you get a new job, at a new company, because it’s more aligned with what you really want to do. A couple years later and you are recruited […] Read more…

How to stay connected about money with your honey

If you are married or are in committed relationship, you need to be having regular money dates. Period. I know, I know, I know. A lot of you are cringing. This can feel awkward if you aren’t used to talking about money with your partner, but it’s vital you are both on the same page […] Read more…

How to spend money with intention: My exact formula

One of my favorite things to work with my clients on is value based spending. I truly believe the more we incorporate value based spending into our lives the happier we will be. As its core, value based spending is spending money with intention. I think of this in two pieces: * Do I want […] Read more…

Avoiding the comparison trap

Getting caught in the comparison trap literally steals your money. You end up spending money on things you didn’t originally want or need until you saw someone else had it. And it happens to all of us, repeat: All of us. You’re not excluded. (Neither am I!) You don’t have to be driving a fancy […] Read more…

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