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How to Find a Good Financial Advisor

Money is a funny thing. We aren’t taught how to budget or invest in school yet these skill sets are required to live a financially successful adult life. If this money stuff doesn’t come naturally to you and you don’t know when to ask for help, it can spell disaster. But there is a lot…

Don’t Let Overspending Take over Your Life with These Three Tips

My Husband came to me the other day and said, “Ok, it’s going to be $175 and he can do it right now. I know it’s not in the budget… should we just wait? Or do it?” “Do it. I’ll figure it out.” I replied. Today I want to share with you what really goes…

How to Marie Kondo Your Finances

Marie Kondo is all the rage right now due to her new Netflix series, but I discovered Marie Kondo a couple years ago through her book, “The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up.” Back when I read the book, I couldn’t believe how many similarities there were between the mindset of decluttering and the mindset of…

My Favorite Money Intention For Saving Money

More times than not, when I am having a money conversation with someone they share with me their big money goals: Pay off debt, save for a house, or have enough to retire. Those are big, awesome goals. But big, awesome goals take a lot of time and energy to achieve. Before you can make…

Sneaky Ways You’re Sabotaging Your Holiday Budget

It’s SO easy to get carried away during the holiday season. You have a list a mile long. You want to be the person that gets the nice, thoughtful, gift. You want to have a holiday season to remember. But you also don’t want to be paying off your Christmas in February, because bringing holiday…

Why Pinching Pennies Doesn’t Work (and how to stop)

I don’t agree with pinching pennies. There, I said it. As a Money Coach, this might come as a surprise. But it is the truth. And lately, I have been seeing a lot of blogging material on social media that takes this approach. In case you are seeing this trend too, I want to share…