Are you kicking and screaming, dragging yourself to work every morning, desperate for a new job but lacking the time and energy to find one? We share our 3 tips for creating a happier experience at work. No matter how sucky it feels, it CAN be better. The choice is yours.
There are times I look to others who appear more successful than me and I wish I could be where they are, have the life they have. My relationship with money isn’t perfect. But then again none of my relationships are perfect. And that's okay because perfection isn't the goal. Every stress and challenge comes with an opportunity to grow and adapt. Here's what I do when I'm stressed about money.
Everyone has struggled with money in a relationship at some point. When we’re stressed about money, it’s because we aren’t doing the work to cultivate and maintain a healthy loving relationship with it. YES you are in a relationship with money. And what does a relationship require?
Imagine decades into the future when your children are grown and you’re finally ready to downsize, you’re cleaning out the house, opening old boxes, reaching way way back into cabinets, cupboards, and closets. Imagine, what will you find? --> Your grandmother’s finest china that you never used? --> Beautiful dresses, shoes, outfits that you never wore? -->… Continue reading What the back of your closet says about your success
This week we want to share with you a money management strategy called value-based spending. What the heck is that? It might sound as boring as a budget, but we promise it's not! You know that feeling when you look at the clock and suddenly it’s 6pm and you’re wondering where the heck did the day… Continue reading Put your money where your heart is
You know that feeling when you’re on vacation and even though you’re in the most beautiful place, exactly where you’ve longed to be, you can’t even relax because you’re freaking out about money the whole time? Your neck and shoulders tense up and you might have developed a twitch in your right eye. Every dinner,… Continue reading How to vacation without fearing your credit card bill
6 years ago when I moved to Florida, working as a massage therapist, I was scraping to get by. The spas I worked at did not provide enough work. To save money, I ate canned beans and rice. I declined dinners and movies with friends. I was too proud to accept my then-girlfriend’s countless attempts… Continue reading Taking the financial leap of faith