Back in the day when I was a newbie fee-only financial planner, I had a client. A woman of means. With a $2 million...
When you ignore the consequences of ignoring reality
Financial Planning, Retirement, Women and Money
You can ignore reality, but you cannot ignore the consequences of ignoring reality. ~ Ayn Rand Let me share a...
There’s no such thing as bad debt
Financial Planning, Investing, Money Mindset
As a Business Coach & Money Mindset Mentor, I love delving into my thoughts about debt. Because people have...
If money were my lover
Financial Planning, Income, Money Mindset
I spend time getting to know my money mindset, clearing my limiting beliefs and up-leveling my relationship with...
Saving vs. Investing vs. Spending – What’s your best bet?
In my book The $1K Investor: Simple, Smart Steps to Start Investing with $1K or Less, I differentiate between Saving...
Three reasons why you shouldn’t let your partner manage all of your finances
Financial Planning, Women and Money
Chatting with the women in the gym last week, sweaty and flushed after a good workout, the conversation turned to...