We’ve all had the experience where someone mentions a book or movie to us and “all of the sudden,” we see that title everywhere. People are talking about it; we see ads for it or notice people reading it. It was actually there before we heard about it, but it was not in our field
Did you say turkey? I bet a turkey or pumpkin pie or cooking was the first thought that popped into your head. Those pilgrims had no idea the fuss they were starting way back when they planned that first shindig! The advertising folks at Butterball and Sarah Lee have fully ingrained in us the need
Last week I talked about finishing strong. Take a moment to go back through the items listed in that post – you can read it here. Look through the list and assess yourself to see where you stand in meeting your 2015 goals. If you hit all of those – congrats! However, you may have
We are well into the final lap of 2015 so it’s a good time to see where you are on meeting your goals and make a last push this month to achieve some things, wrap up some things, and get some things done before 2015 fades away. Here is a quick checklist of things that
Maggie Wray, of Creating Positive Futures, hosted an amazing event called Creating Unstoppable Kids. This is my interview with Maggie about helping kids and young adults create positive money futures. I hope you enjoy it.
Here is a great article for you to think about if you are in this situation. “Although they haven’t exchanged vows, many unmarried couples make a commitment to love, honor and protect one another financially. Asking a few money-management questions now, including how they will share finances, who will pay the bills and how to plan
[Note: this post is for all you parents out there. Graduates, take some notes – before too long, you’ll need this one!] Summer is that great time of year when you get to plan outdoor activities, enjoy lazy days by the pool, and spend day after day with your children by your side – all
I frequently try to “hear” and pay attention to the words that I use in both my thoughts and what I say out loud. The choice of words is pretty interesting and can give you some great insights into your underlying beliefs and how you are approaching life. “This is killing me” – yikes, do
I got an email from Jackie asking: “What did you do successfully in your 20s, or if you could go back in time, is there anything you would have done differently to ensure a better financial future sooner in life?” First, thank you, Jackie, for perusing my site and for reaching out with your question.
I went into Walgreens yesterday to pick up some pictures that I had printed. “You have enough points to get $2 off your purchase today,” the clerk told me. My purchase was only $7 so $2 was 28% off – nice! I don’t do a lot of shopping at Walgreens. I do get my pictures