This post was originally posted on our coaching website. Failing and fear of failure have been such a prevalent issue still of late that I was looking at past posts to send to clients. I read this one again and it was an inspiration to me. I couldn’t write a better new post if … [Read more...] about How to Stop Failure
Work, friends, appointments, school, birthdays, significant others, family gatherings, church, grocery shopping. Just a small portion of the things that you and I use to fill our days and weeks. The 20's are full of new experiences, and with those experiences comes … [Read more...] about What Busy Looks Like in Your 20’s
In our last post, we saw that finances can have significant underlying meanings to each individual. We saw that we are humans, with various needs and longings, that often manifest themselves in the way we spend our money. That information is important. But what do we do with … [Read more...] about Where Finances and Family Intersect: What’s Next?
What does it mean to be rich? To have power and influence? A large bank account? A big house? Lots of stuff? Many friends? Good health? Many would say it relates to money. I’m sure I’m not the first to observe that if you want to get Americans to sit up and pay attention, hit … [Read more...] about The Seduction of Wealth
Recently I have been reading about minimalism. There are many sites, but I like The Minimalists. So I decided to throw out the idea of minimalism to my family. There are five of us including me. They just looked at me....or completely ignored me. I doubt our family will … [Read more...] about Maintaining Our Stuff Is Exhausting (and Expensive)
One of the purposes of this blog is to be helpful. I want to be helpful to you so if you have kids, I promise this will be helpful. Some of you with tiny kids need to save this. But if your kids are at the age that they are consciously spending all of your money, this will … [Read more...] about Kids, Money, and Not Breaking the Bank