I had a blast during the webinar today. Thank you to Bill at Jobs 4 Grads (Jobs 4 All) for hosting me!
Retirement is that far-away time when we have magically accumulated enough money that we never have to work again. Retirement is far away; “I’ll never be that old,” “I have plenty of time to think about that later.” “Retirement is for my grandparents; that doesn’t have anything to do with me.” Those are the typical
The phrase “it’s only 5 bucks” is the financial equivalent of a leaky faucet in your bathroom; it doesn’t seem like that little drip can add up to much until you plug the sink and see how fast it fills! You can build up to a $1,000 credit card balance, 5 bucks at time. The
Here is a great video that the very talented Eli Goodstein created. Thanks, Eli! Watch it now! – it’s super short but gets to the heart of my top financial tips. To your financial success!
There is no stress like money stress. The anxiety, fear, or dread that you feel when your money world is out-of-whack is the most uncomfortable and frightening feeling! It connects deeply to our survival instinct and our need to feel safe. But it also taps into our social fears: what would others think? To keep
We often don’t make the connection between our feelings and our finances but emotion is what is driving most of our actions around money. “I want” and “I need” drive spending and those desires come from our feelings. To read more, please visit Working on Your Now where I was the guest blogger. Financial Feelings
An excerpt from The Graduate’s Guide to Money You began learning about your world subconsciously as a child. A lot of your money experiences and feelings came from childhood experiences, but your money story is shaped every time you have an experience with money. When you delve into your gut reaction—that feeling in your belly—you access the